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Some victims of the Colorado theater shooting are outraged that James Holmes' parents are pleading for him to be spared the death penalty just weeks before his trial is set to begin.
A judge postpones the preliminary hearing for a Rocky Ford police officer who was charged with murder after he fatally shot a 27-year-old man.
Prosecutors say former officer Ryan Wagner told his ex-wife that he would "make her life miserable" and that there would be a shootout if she went to police.
The owner of the Wolf Creek Ski Area has been sentenced after pleading guilty to conducting search-and-rescue training on public land without a permit.
Colorado's newest senator, Cory Gardner, is announcing his committee assignments.
The #4 Grand Junction Tigers upset the #1 Arvada West Wildcats to set the tone for the upcoming Warrior Classic Tournament.
Cheyenne South dropped the Montrose boys in day one of the Rotary Club Invitational.
Paonia's Taylor Walters, the 1A CHSAA football Player of the Year, leads a long list of Western Slope athletes named All-State.
The Fruita Wildcats hired Todd Casebier away from Montrose. Last season Fruita went 1-9, while Montrose went 10-2.
Saturday afternoon marked the final day of the Fruita Monument Wildcat Classic.