The woman accused in the dragging death of a local tow truck driver told the judge that she will not take the stand in her own defense. However, defense attorneys for Detra Farries did question the detectives who interviewed her and played audio and video records of those interrogations for... more »
PUEBLO, Colo. (AP) - A Pueblo woman facing murder charges in the 2009 case of a man stabbed and set on fire has won a judge's review of her police interviews after her lawyers argued she was on methamphetamine and did not voluntarily waive her rights.
Attorneys for 32-year-old... more »
WASHINGTON (AP) - Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is heading to Europe and the Middle East for the Obama administration's highest-level contacts with the Libyan opposition.
With Libya embroiled in near civil war and the Obama administration still undecided on possible military intervention, Clinton plans to see foes... more »
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has released more than 50 audio and video recordings from its investigation of suspended Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
Roethlisberger was accused of sexually assaulting a college student during a late night of partying in the small Georgia town of Milledgeville on March 5.... more »
After three trips to Iraq, and one more to Iraq and Afghanistan being planned, Colorado Springs resident Bob Calvert has been looking for ways to support the troops ever since his daughter told him eight years ago that she was joining up. "I found myself sitting in an army recruiting... more »
A great-grandmother in Pueblo has found success from a life-long love affair with movies.
"I began my love affair with film when I was six years old, the first movie I remember was Frankenstein, and I've been hooked ever since," said Betty Jo Tucker. With only her phone and... more »