Police are searching for a man suspected of burglarizing three Arvada businesses in the early morning hours of Aug. 3.
An Arvada woman charged with aiding a foreign terrorist organization has agreed to change her plea to guilty.
Volunteers are sorting through tons of pencils, notebooks, folders and other items needed to get back to class.
Police say they believe a couple who operated a Colorado crime ring also are behind the theft of approximately $100,000 worth of ammunition earlier this year in Arvada.
Five months after thieves stole $100,000 worth of ammunition, two suspects have been arrested.
The man who recorded a lightning strike during a severe thunderstorm earlier this week was knocked to the ground when the lightning bolt struck too close to his home.
This Fourth of July many Arvada residents are wondering why a 19-year-old woman who lived there wanted to join Islamic extremists in Iraq who hate America.
The Arvada teenager accused of trying to gather information for a Muslim terrorist group was seemingly typical, as described by her neighbors, before her behavior started to change.
The progression of Shannon Conley’s involvement with a radical Islamic group was captured on her social media postings.
More details are being revealed in how a 19-year-old Arvada woman made the transition from a typical American teenager into a terror suspect.