Raina Huang, who is known for her competitive eating content on YouTube, was not allowed to attempt the restaurant's pizza challenge.
Daniel "Duke" Trujillo died at 33 years old following COVID complications, leaving behind a wife and young son.
"There have been many weeks in 2021 that the number one reason for presenting to our emergency department is a suicide attempt," Dr. David Brumbaugh, chief medical officer for Children's Hospital Colorado, said on Tuesday.
Bill Chiles said that the e-commerce giant originally refused his request for a refund, but will now transfer the money back to him after a credit card dispute has been resolved.
Bandhu, a 12-year-old one-horned rhino, is known for his unique talents. At his recent birthday party, he showed them off by playing himself a little birthday tune on a keyboard.
Gwen Inglis and her husband were biking on Alameda Avenue in Lakewood, Colorado, when driver Ryan Montoya drifted into the bike lane and hit her with his compact sedan, according to police.
According to a statement written by the child, the bus driver slapper her for not wearing her mask above her nose.
Diane Everett was killed after losing control of her 2012 Honda CBR motorcycle, while taking part in a memorial ride for her son Michael Jr.
The lawsuit also alleges that the congressman's lack of preventative measures caused multiple staffers to contact COVID-19.
A heartwarming video shared by Colorado Parks and Wildlife shows a baby bear being released into the wild after four months of treatment for various injuries.
A search and rescue team had to recover the dead bear from its resting place.
Jason Matthew Balzer had been on the run from the police since earlier this week — he fled his home in the northern city of Nam shortly after his wife disappeared.
The Colorado state legislature became chaotic and entered into a recess after Representative Richard Holtorf referred to a colleague as "Buckwheat."
The Colorado representative also called the social media platform a monopoly.
Amy Carlson, leader of the controversial religious cult "Love Has Won," was found mummified and covered in Christmas lights on April 28.
The mummified corpse of a Colorado cult leader was found wrapped inside of a sleeping bag and covered in Christmas lights. Seven followers have been arrested.
Officials believe the remains belong to a 39-year-old woman who was found on Friday evening after not returning from walking her dogs.
Officials determined that some of the woman's body appeared to have been consumed. Bear fur and feces was also found at the scene.
The woman and her lawyer filed a federal lawsuit against the three officers and released body camera footage of the incident, which occurred last June.
Karen Garner, who is 73 and has dementia, suffered a fractured elbow and a dislocated shoulder during the arrest, according to her attorney.
A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of Karen Garner against the city of Loveland over the officer's handling of the arrest.
The woman's attorney said she felt "shock" and "disgust" when she heard the officers discussing the arrest later at the booking office.
The man accused of killing 10 people at a Colorado grocery store has been accused of trying to kill 19 others, including 11 police officers, court records show.
"We as a country cannot come together just accepting this as a way of life," Frank DeAngelis told Newsweek.
Garner was still clutching a bunch of wildflowers as she was pinned down, hands hog-tied behind her back, in the arrest that has been watched online by millions.
The clip of the Loveland Police officer was made public with department facing lawsuit over June 2020 incident.
Joshua Haileyesus, of Aurora, Colorado, was found unconscious on the bathroom floor by his twin brother on March 22.
Kaylee Messerly was arrested on Friday on two counts of child abuse after officers found her and her children in freezing temperatures.