Committee deadlocks on vote involving Holmes prison secrecy

CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) - A state committee was unable to find that Colorado's corrections department violated victims' rights by refusing to reveal where theater shooter James Holmes is serving his life sentence.


The City of Fountain announced Friday that water restrictions will be implemented starting immediately.


Several victims of the Aurora theater shooting have filed complaints saying the state prison system violated their rights by refusing to say where James Holmes is.



Care and Share delivered bottled water to residents Friday morning at the St. Dominic's Catholic Church in Security.


1 structure destroyed in Huerfano County fire


District 11 cancels summer lunches Friday after food workers fell ill


Oklahoma man finds 'creatures' in tap water


Call For Action Alert: Beware the jury duty scam


Warmer with more storms Friday afternoon


Police: 'Suspicious' man approaches, chases girl in Springs neighborhood


Fillmore and I-25 ramps to close over the weekend


Fire near Colorado/Wyoming border could burn for months


Man gets stuck in vent during alleged restaurant burglary


Bond denied for teen accused of killing ex-girlfriend


Britain votes to leave EU: Cameron to resign; markets rocked


On four-year anniversary of Waldo Canyon Fire, questions remain, forest recovery beginning


Colorado sees spike in concealed carry applications


Woodmen and Union construction may delay drivers


Chicago police advised to be on lookout for Sinead O'Connor


Police: Man arrested after trying to snatch woman's purse downtown


Bluegrass music patriarch Ralph Stanley dead at 89


Grow license denied in Denver neighborhood that felt it had too much pot


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