About 9,000 prospective jurors initially were summoned in what experts called the nation's biggest-ever jury pool
Colorado Civil Rights Division said she was within legal rights to deny cake orders featuring "derogatory language and imagery"
The study further detected little medical value and lots of contamination in hundreds of samples tested
To support bipartisan state legislation to fund long-lasting contraception
The lawsuit brought against the state claims sheriffs are faced with a "crisis of conscience"
The state's marijuana overseers issued their first annual report
A tax preparation office may have been the target
Think booze, not drugs
The tug-of-war over marijuana continues
A state panel finishes a comprehensive review of the published science on pot
The product will be launched at the X Games next week.
Reports of the canceled funeral of 33-year-old Vanessa Collier led to protests in the Denver area
The campaign is aimed at educating the state's citizens without alienating them
"This is a terrorist attack,” former NAACP leader says
The boys, aged 2 to 6, were only able to communicate in grunts when authorities found them
By suing over Colorado's legalization of marijuana
"He is not a monster. He is a human being gripped by a severe mental illness," James Holmes' parents said
The credit union could open in January even as it waits to be granted insurance by federal regulators
A state group adjourned without agreeing on solutions for keeping THC-laced food away from kids
County clerks who defied a state-wide ban cleared the last legal hurdle to issuing licenses