Colorado Bureau of Investigation
Investigators from the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, Department of Labor and Employment, Colorado Department of Revenue and the Internal Revenue Service believe they have uncovered a complex scheme that successfully scammed the government.
Lakewood police investigating the prime suspect in a homicide added first degree murder to an arrest record with a common theme.
Colorado clarified its marijuana packaging requirements Monday, giving medical pot the same rules as pot for recreational pot.
Firefighters found a dead body inside a home while they were battling a blaze Saturday morning.
A mother and her two young children were killed and a 31-year-old family friend was arrested on suspicion of murder after the woman’s teenage daughter fled a Colorado home Sunday night and alerted a neighbor, who called police.
As investigators try to figure out what caused a massive fire that destroyed an entire building of condos near Thornton, many residents are struggling to make sense of what happened.
Defending newly enacted laws that require background checks for private and online gun sales, Colorado Democrats last month relied on a statistic that they said indicated 6,200 new checks were done in the first six months.
Boulder Police Chief Mark Beckner, who took over the department in the aftermath of the 1996 JonBenet Ramsey slaying, said Tuesday he will retire on April 1.
Supporters of universal background checks for firearms purchases in Colorado cite the 104 denials for gun buys as evidence the new law is working.
The most wanted sex offender in Colorado is now in police custody.