The sheriff’s office in a residential area south of Denver is reporting one officer was killed and four others were injured in a shooting. The suspect was also shot dead by police.
Photos: Baltimore Quiet For 2nd Night; New York, Denver Protests Noisier
Police arrested about 100 demonstrators in Manhattan after crowds tried to block a major tunnel, and pepper spray was deployed in Colorado. In Baltimore, the curfew was honored.
3 American Teens Reportedly Suspected Of Trying To Join ISIS
Three teenage girls from the Denver suburbs were taken into custody by German authorities over the weekend at Frankfurt airport while trying to travel to Turkey, U.S. officials reported on Tuesday, according to The Associated Press.
Flight Diverted When Passengers Feud Over Reclining Seat
An entire plane was diverted on Sunday after a fight broke out over a passenger’s right to recline her seat.
There’s No Longer A Doubt About This Cutthroat Trout
The rare greenback cutthroat trout, for years on the receiving end of a well-meaning, but taxonomically misguided attempt to save it, now seems to be back on track (though not out of the woods).
Gay Marriages May Begin In Virginia Next Week, After Court Denies A Stay
A federal court has cleared the way for same-sex marriage to be recognized in Virginia, denying a motion to stay its own ruling against a ban on the unions. That means same-sex couples could apply for marriage licenses in Virginia next week, state officials say.
Marijuana Banking Bill Shelved In Colorado
It’s OK to sell pot in Colorado, but there’s still nowhere but the mattress to legally stash the proceeds.
49ers Fan Sues NFL For $50 Million Over Seattle Playoff Tickets
A 49ers fan is suing the NFL, claiming the practice of limiting ticket sales to pro-Seahawks markets amounts to “economic discrimination.”
Names Released Of 22 Missing Since Mudslide
The search continues in Oso, Wash., for victims of the massive mudslide that swept through about 50 homes and properties on March 22.
Feds Clear Banks To Do Business With Budding Pot Industry
The federal government on Friday issued guidelines for banks seeking to do business with the legal marijuana industry, stopping short of a blanket immunity for them, but strongly indicating that prosecutions for such crimes as money laundering would be unlikely.