Robert and Arlene Holmes, in what appears to be their first public comments on the 2012 Colorado theater massacre that killed 12, wrote their son was “gripped by a severe mental illness.”
Uber and Lyft are fighting for the ability to operate in cities across the country. Here are some of the regulatory battles, the resulting citations, and in some cases, law suits the companies are embroiled in.
Lines wrapped around the block, as people waited to get the best deals on weed.
The #FindAMissingPerson hashtag was created to bring awareness to the thousands of people who go missing in the U.S. each year. We challenge you, the internet at large, to help find these 55 missing people.
Mark Udall blurred the difference between himself and Cory Gardner on immigration in Colorado. That had a downside.
Voters in Colorado and North Dakota rejected proposed “personhood” laws. In Tennessee, voters passed a amendment that gives lawmakers more power to regulate abortions.
BuzzFeed News takes a look at the initiatives voters across the country will decide on Nov. 4 — and whether the referendums have a chance of passing.
The teen girls from Colorado were stopped in Germany on their way to Syria to join militant groups, including ISIS, according to the FBI.
You want a couch in New York? Fuhgetaboutit!
The report released this week by Aurora, Colorado, city officials includes findings that ambulance units were blocked by traffic and couldn’t get to the victims.
Americans For Prosperity apologized for using a photo of the president mourning Aurora shooting victims in a negative political ad in April. A similar group used the same photo in a new Colorado attack ad this week. Update: the photo is being removed from the TV ad.
Enterovirus 68 is suspected of sickening children in more than 40 states, and has now been linked to four deaths, though its exact role still remains unknown.
It’s a rough life living a mile high.
The conservative board’s proposal calls for promoting patriotism and discouraging civil disobedience while teaching Advanced Placement American history.
National Geographic’s Instagram is a thing of beauty, and it’ll take you on a tour of our planet.
A pole pierced Christina Jahnz’s thigh and buttocks after she started texting and crashed.
The man tried stopping several cars by standing in their lane and aiming his rifle at drivers. Earlier, he crashed an SUV through a garage door.
The judge issued a stay on his ruling, so marriages will not be able to take place under the ruling immediately.
President Obama arrived in Denver Tuesday evening and appeared slightly taken aback as he greeted a man wearing a horse head.
An unusual move in the marriage equality legal fight.
Same-sex marriages began in Boulder County, Colorado, Wednesday even though the attorney general said they were in violation of court orders.
Mountains, canyons, rivers, and crests all day.
Wherever you are, it’s not Fort Collins. Unless you’re in Fort Collins, of course.
This marks the second bouncy castle this summer to be carried away by gusts of wind.
Reporter Jana Winter refused to give up the names of sources after the July 20, 2012, mass shooting at a Colorado movie theater. Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court handed victory to Winter, saying she couldn’t be forced to name names.
Authorities are searching for three people after a massive mudslide hit western Colorado following a long weekend of rain in the area. UPDATE: The search has been put on hold because of unstable conditions and risk of another slide.