One of the doctors who treated victims from the theater shooting talked about the experience.
Dr. Chris Colwell also treated victims of the Columbine shooting 13 years ago.
"It certainly did bring back some very difficult memories, and thankfully, again, in a situation like that, we can concentrate on... more »
DENVER (AP) - An ex-convict suspected of planting a homemade bomb at a Denver-area shopping mall now faces a charge of using a destructive device, in addition to arson.
A grand jury late Thursday handed up an indictment against 65-year-old Earl Albert Moore. The indictment replaces charges filed by... more »
DENVER (AP) - A movie opening in Denver this week documents the different ways that families who lost loved ones at Columbine have coped with their loss.
Five years in the making, the film "13 Families" is the work of Nicole Corbin, Steve LuKanic, and Mark Katchur. Corbin and... more »
A man accused of shooting and wounding two Colorado eighth-graders outside their school has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.
Thirty-two-year-old Bruco Strong Eagle Eastwood entered his plea on Monday in Jefferson County District Court. He was ordered to undergo a mental evaluation at the state Mental Health... more »
The father of Columbine High School shooting victim Daniel Mauser says the 11th anniversary of the tragedy will be a quiet day for him, as he and his family visit the cemetery. In full-page newspaper ads yesterday, Tom Mauser urged Sen. Mark Udall to support a bill to expand criminal... more »
In full-page newspaper advertisements, the father of Columbine High School shooting victim Daniel Mauser is urging Colorado Sen. Mark Udall to support a bill to expand criminal background checks at gun shows nationwide.
The ads in The Denver Post and the Boulder Camera appeared Monday on the eve of... more »
In the first detailed public remarks by any parent of the two Columbine killers, Dylan Klebold's mother says she had no idea her son was suicidal until she read his journals after the 1999 high school massacre. Susan Klebold's essay in next month's issue of O, The Oprah Magazine, says... more »