An off-duty FBI agent was dancing up a storm at a Denver bar on Saturday night when he did a backflip, and his gun fell out. When he went to pick it up, he accidentally shot one of the other patrons, according to Denver’s 9 News. Before you judge, ask yourself: who among us has not been in this exact same situation…
Colorado Republican congressman Mike Coffman faced an angry crowd of constituents who repeatedly challenged him over his position on gun control during a heated town hall meeting on Tuesday night in his Denver-area district.
Update, Sunday, 3:09 p.m.: The Douglas County sheriff’s deputy killed in an early Sunday morning ambush was identified as 29–year–old Zackari Parrish, a father of two young children. The gunman, who has not yet been identified publicly, ambushed the officers as they responded to a call about a domestic disturbance at…
Jeanette Vizguerra, an undocumented mother of four who has been living in a Denver church basement since February, was granted an almost two-year stay of removal from the United States on Thursday, The Denver Post reported.
On Wednesday, women around the world went on strike, wore red, and rallied in support of their fellow females in celebration of International Women's Day and the "Day Without A Woman."
After videos of Denver police officers confiscating blankets from homeless people during harsh winter conditions as evidence of their violation of the city's "urban camping" ban went viral, Mayor Michael Hancock ordered police to stop the practice.
For progressives, the legalization of marijuana in Colorado and Washington in 2012 was seen as an irrefutably positive development. Black people go to jail for marijuana-related offenses at a much higher rate than white people; legalizing it, then, would only bring the arc of the universe closer to justice.
An annual outdoor marijuana-smoking rally in Denver was canceled due to the presence of a soft white substance that was pretty to look at, but reportedly bitter cold to the touch. And there was a lot of it.
Sometimes you love your city so much you just gotta smash it up a bit.
Though it's hard to resist, given their size, weight, and the perceived smugness of those who drive them, you shouldn't tip over Smart cars.
The new episode of South Park is apparently something of an inkblot test: Even though it takes place in the cartoon's usual setting of South Park, Colorado, Redditors from many different cities across America see their hometown being depicted.
\Last year on 4/20, a group of liberal-minded Denverites gathered at a bakery for a brunch featuring pot edibles.
Denver resident Nick Berlin found himself between a rock and a hard place in August, when he received a traffic ticket for driving an "unsafe vehicle" yards away from the automotive shop where he was headed to have it repaired.
Corpse flower isn't just my high school nickname; it's also a real flower, native to Indonesia! And right now there's one growing at the Denver Botanic Gardens.