When the name Charles Greenwell comes to mind you probably remember his conviction for his part in the shooting of Pueblo Police Officer Dennis Yaklich in 1985. He was released on parole in 2006 when investigators say he assaulted an elderly man during a dispute over a piece of antique... more »
No one knows how a tabby from New Mexico wound up in Chicago, but lots of people have a role in a happy ending of the story of Charles the cat. He was picked up a stray but was spared when staff at Chicago Animal Care and Control found a... more »
Former CU Quarterback Charles Johnson will be the featured speaker at the Pueblo Boys & Girls Clubs Steak ‘n Burger fundraiser at the Pueblo Convention Center on June 11.
Johnson is best known for leading the Buffaloes to their first national football title in 1991. He's now Assistant Athletic... more »
The archbishop of Denver is defending a Catholic school's decision not to allow two children to continue as students because their parents are a lesbian couple.
Archbishop Charles J. Chaput said Tuesday it's a "painful situation" but the decision is in line with church beliefs.
He says Catholic... more »
The father of a 28-year-old woman who went missing more than a week ago says he doesn't think his son-in-law would do anything to hurt his daughter, and understands why he felt the need to hire an attorney. Charles Cox says that the last time he spoke to his daughter,... more »
Gertrude Baines, who lived to be the world's oldest person on a steady diet of crispy bacon, fried chicken and ice cream, died Friday at a nursing home. She was 115.
Baines, who remarked last year that she enjoyed life so much she wouldn't mind living another 100 years,... more »