Avery Carter MacCracken was identified as a riot participant by a Telluride citizen and the San Miguel Sheriff's Office.
Polis said he didn't hesitate to issue a statewide mask mandate when COVID-19 first emerged, but now "the emergency is over," he said.
The mountain will be renamed to honor Mestaa'ėhehe, a Native American translator who mediated between tribes and white settlers in the 1800s.
A former Colorado police officer pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge and will never be allowed to work in state law enforcement again.
Brady called Thomas, who was found dead in his Roswell, Georgia home on Thursday, "a source of light."
Griswold's office says the money will be used for guards to protect Griswold and staff members at public events and to track the threats against her online.
A driver and passenger in a disabled SUV were taken to hospital in critical condition.
One commenter said the photo of "Santa" getting a concealed handgun permit was "deeply misguided and deranged."
The video is believed to be from November, soon after the Colorado congresswoman first revealed her "Let's Go Brandon" dress.
"He was paranoid saying someone's going to get me," suspect Daniel Ramirez's sister-in-law said. "Someone's going to kill me."
Four doctors deemed the accused Boulder King Soopers shooter, Ahwad Al Aliwi Alissa, not mentally competent to handle court proceedings.
Temperatures in Colorado and the western U.S. have set record highs this year, with experts worrying about the environmental and economic impacts.
"You don't want to go through this," said Nate McWilliams after leaving the hospital where he had spent 158 days.
The Colorado congresswoman told Newsmax that she has "moved on" from anti-Muslim controversy.
The home invader was known to the women in the house, according to investigators.
Videos posted by Amy Franklin show the bear opening freezer door and feasting on the contents.
The warmer temperatures and lack of snow coincides with a La Niña weather event, which is returning to the U.S. for the second winter in a row.
Ghislaine Maxwell is accused of grooming underage girls to have sex with convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
A trapped resident was saved when he jumped from his balcony into the arms of first responders.
The Minnesota representative called out Boebert who told a "made up" story many have condemned for being anti-Muslim.
Brian Aitken, who spent years spent speaking out for gun rights, was arrested in Telluride, Colorado last week.
She said she panicked when the Amazon impersonator told her she had been hacked, which then allowed him to scam her.
Aurora Police Department President Doug Wilkinson complained that the reforms would "replace as many of the department's white males as possible with as many women and minorities as possible."
Aurora Police Chief Vanessa Wilson told reporters that the three injured students are expected to survive.
The shelter employee was pronounced dead just before 11 a.m. on Sunday, police said.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis said the state needs to focus on youth violence after two shootings with high school students happened in Aurora in the same week.
The animal control officer who interviewed the owners said the couple appeared emotionless both about finding out their pet was alive and well.
Law enforcement searched the home of Tina Peters, a Colorado elections clerk who is accused in a security breach involving elections equipment.
The pilot who died said he was excited about his nighttime flight as it was believed to make history in the U.S. The crash is still under investigation.
The footprints were found at Picket Wire Canyonlands, which is home to the largest dinosaur track site in North America.