Woman Sentenced For Social Security Fraud A Colorado woman has been sentenced to six months in federal prison for collecting more than $224,000 in Social Security payments meant for her late mother-in-law.
Judge Orders Recall Of Magnets That Could Harm ChildrenA federal judge has ordered a Colorado company to recall more than 900,000 powerful, small magnets that could harm children.
Denver Police Will No Longer Enforce Panhandling OrdinanceDenver Police will no longer enforce the city's Aggressive Panhandling Ordinance following a ruling from a federal judge in Grand Junction earlier this week.
Judge Rules Grand Junction Panhandling Law UnconstitutionalA panhandling ordinance in Grand Junction has been ruled unconstitutional, with a federal judge saying it's not OK to stop people from asking for money after dark.
Judge Issues Injunction To Stop Sale Of MagnetsA federal judge has ordered a Colorado company to stop selling high-powered magnets that were recalled by their manufacturer.
Tight-Knit Colorado Community Shaken By Fraud CaseA tight-knit Colorado church community is campaigning to free six businessmen who were convicted of fraud because of the way they kept their firm going as they tried to market crime-fighting software to the New York Police Department, the Department of Homeland Security and others.
Appeals Court Backs Ruling On D.J. Williams SuitA federal appeals court on Monday has ruled against Denver Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams, who had appealed the dismissal of his lawsuit seeking to overturn a six-game drug suspension by the NFL.