The Colorado Attorney General’s Office announced that it has come to an agreement to settle a lawsuit filed to make changes to UnitedHealthcare’s merger of DaVita Medical Group.
LIke much of the country, the reaction to President Trump’s re-election bid was split along party lines in Colorado.
You may have seen CSPD’s video on social media of a pair of cars speeding through the intersection of Platte and Chelton going more than 90 mph, but you might not have guessed that those drivers will only receive a warning for their actions.
Cañon City police posted photos of an owl they rescued Tuesday morning after they said they found it cold and dehydrated.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife said rangers at Lake Pueblo State Park recovered a body hours after finding an empty boat adrift Monday afternoon.
Looking for a quick afternoon snack? Taco Bell is giving away free Doritos Locos tacos on Tuesday.
In a 5-2 vote, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that a ballot initiative asking voters to rescind the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights can proceed.
The American Water Works Association has named Pueblo’s drinking water as one of the five best in North America following a recent taste test competition.
The company that produces Ragú sauces has issued a voluntary nationwide recall over concerns the pasta sauce could have bits of plastic inside.
Colorado Springs police are looking for the two people involved in a robbery early Monday morning.
One of the most popular burger joints in the country announced it is selling a majority of its stake to BDT Capital Partners, a bank that “specializes in family and founder-led companies.”
Colorado Springs police tell News5 they’re investigating two separate armed robberies in the northeast side of the city early Friday morning.
Colorado State Patrol was able to save a fawn that was born shortly after a motorcycle hit its mother Thursday morning on I-70.
Colorado Springs Utilities tweeted Thursday morning that lanes of Galley Road will be closed for much of the day due to a water main break.
Colorado Springs police are looking for a man accused of threatening to kill his neighbor with a sword Wednesday evening.