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Pat Bowlen’s Son Pleads Not Guilty To Domestic Violence Charges

John Bowlen, the 29-year-old son of Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, pleaded not guilty Monday to domestic violence charges stemming from a June 3 altercation with his girlfriend.


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‘Bias Crime’ Merits Prison Time For Brothers Who Taunted Gays With Guns

Two brothers were each sentenced to a year in prison on Friday for a “bias crime” — taunting and threatening a gay nightclub patron with handguns.


Sir Mario Owens, left, and engaged couple Vivian Wolfe and Javad Marshall-Fields (credit: CBS)

Judge Orders Death Penalty Case of Sir Mario Owens Unsealed

A judge has ordered the unsealing of files in the case of a Colorado death row inmate.


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Aurora Man Gets 67 Years In Blowtorch Torture Case

A judge has sentenced a Colorado man to 67 years in prison for orchestrating a home invasion robbery in which the victim was tortured with a blowtorch.



Police To Inform Neighbors About Sexually Violent Predator

Police in Denver will host a community notification meeting about a sexually violent predator who has been released from the Department of Corrections.


Accused movie theater shooter James Holmes (C) makes his first appearance at the Arapahoe County Courthouse with his public defenders Daniel King (L) and Tamara Brady on July 23, 2012 in Centennial, Colorado. According to police, Holmes killed 12 people and injured 58 others during a shooting rampage at an opening night screening of "The Dark Knight Rises" July 20, in Aurora, Colorado.  (Photo by RJ Sangosti-Pool/Getty Images)

Media Seek End To Secrecy Order In Shooting Case

A group of 21 news organizations is asking a judge to reverse his order sealing court records in the case against James Holmes, the man accused of killing 12 people and injuring 58 in a Colorado movie theater.


Medical Marijuana (credit: Colorado Department of Transportation)

Court: Probationers Can’t Use Medical Marijuana

The Colorado Court of Appeals is backing an Arapahoe County prosecutor who argued that a registered medical marijuana user can’t use pot while on probation because it violates federal law.


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