Shelly Bradbury, GreeleyTribune

Shelly Bradbury

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Denver, CO, United States

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Colorado child abuse confidentiality law violates First Amendment, federal appeals court finds

A Colorado law that prohibits the release of all information in child abuse and neglect cases violates the U.S. Constitution, the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last week. → Read More

Non-attorneys practicing law? Colorado eyes new legal license for divorce, child custody cases.

The Colorado Supreme Court is considering whether to create a new legal license that would allow non-attorneys to practice some limited areas of family law. → Read More

Woman falls from escalator, dies at Empower Field after Kenny Chesney concert

A woman died Saturday when she fell from an escalator at Empower Field at Mile High at the end of a Kenny Chesney concert, according to Denver police and the stadium. → Read More

Black, Hispanic and homeless people face discrimination in Boulder County criminal courts, study finds

Black and Hispanic people in Boulder County are more likely to be charged with a crime, convicted and sentenced to jail or prison than white residents, according to a new study into the practices o… → Read More

Lamar shooting suspect killed two people, then himself after police chase, authorities say

A suspect in southeast Colorado shot three people — killing two — and then died by suicide after a police chase Saturday, according to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. → Read More

Colorado veteran pleads guilty in Jan. 6 insurrection case

Logan Grover, who was 43 when he was arrested last year, faces up to six months in prison after pleading guilty to a single count of parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building. → Read More

Woman dies in boating accident on Lake Pueblo

A woman died Saturday in a boating accident in Lake Pueblo State Park, according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife. → Read More

Bystander fatally shot during suspected street racing on I-70

A 37-year-old man driving on Interstate 70 with his wife and three children was shot to death Saturday afternoon amid what Aurora police believe was street racing on the highway. → Read More

Driver targeted, hit two cyclists in Jefferson County, sheriff’s office says

A SUV driver in Jefferson County intentionally drove into two cyclists Sunday morning, according to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s office. → Read More

Cyclist dies after running out of water on Palisade Plunge trail

A 52-year-old man died Saturday after he ran out of water while cycling on a 32-mile mountain bike trail near Palisade, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s office. → Read More

Two workers die after being buried in a 60-foot coal pile collapse at Pueblo plant

The bodies of two workers who were buried in coal pile collapse at the Comanche power plant in Pueblo have been recovered and an investigation is ongoing. → Read More

Two killed when single-engine plane crashes in Broomfield neighborhood

Two people were killed Sunday when a plane crashed in Broomfield, according to North Metro Fire Rescue District. → Read More

Couple thousand still without power in metro Denver following May snowstorm

Around 2,000 Xcel Energy customers in metro Denver were still without power Sunday night in the wake of the weekend’s late-season snowstorm. → Read More

Effort to reform Colorado’s secretive judicial discipline system approved by state legislature

State lawmakers on Tuesday passed a bill aimed at reforming Colorado’s judicial discipline system, a move that could lead to significant change in the wake of last year’s scandal. → Read More

Colorado court interpreters won’t walk out over pay — for now

A group of Colorado courtroom interpreters who considered walking off the job Monday in protest of their pay rates will not do so after meeting with court officials last week. → Read More

Sunday wildfire updates: Evacuations continue in Eagle County; wind, dry weather expected Sunday

Colorado firefighters on Sunday made progress on a pair of fires that sparked earlier in the week, but most of the Front Range was still under a red flag warning amid dry and windy conditions. → Read More

Three separate Colorado wildfires force evacuations Sunday

At least three wildfires forced evacuations across Colorado Sunday afternoon amid dry and windy conditions. → Read More

Wildfire in Pueblo forces evacuation at animal shelter

The fire broke out Sunday afternoon along the Arkansas River east of the intersection of W. 11th Street and Pueblo Boulevard, Pueblo Fire Department Capt. Woody Percival said. → Read More

Inmate ‘missing’ from Littleton prison site, officials say – Greeley Tribune

A 60-year-old man “was discovered missing” from a federal prison site in Littleton Sunday morning, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons. → Read More

Jury convicts protester who shot at Jeep driving through crowd on I-225 in Aurora

The man who shot two demonstrators while firing at a Jeep that drove into the crowd during a protest on Interstate 225 in Aurora in the summer of 2020 was found guilty of assault and attempted manslaughter Thursday. → Read More