An Adams County jury has acquitted former Brighton Police Officer Juston Henninger of assault and other charges stemming from a 2011 police call to a Brighton home where he was alleged to have used excessive force on a homeowner.
A Commerce City police officer accused of aggravated animal cruelty after killing a family’s dog was found not guilty on Wednesday.
A grandmother will spend the next eight years in prison after she was convicted in the death of her grandson.
A man who fatally stabbed a woman in a wheelchair in Aurora has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Firefighters were able to quickly get control of a grass fire in Weld County Monday afternoon.
All Brighton residents can drink tap water after a three-day boil order was dropped Saturday and water was fully restored to 18 homes on Sunday.
Brighton officials are still trying to figure out how E. coli got into the water system.
It could be Sunday before residents of Brighton are able to drink their water straight from the tap. That’s when the latest test results in the E.coli investigation will be ready.
The possible exposure to E.coli has forced health officials in Brighton to shut off water to an entire neighborhood until more testing can be completed.
The boil water order has been extended for Brighton until further notice.