No Clear Answer On Selfie Ballot Ban IssueThere was no clear answer on the future of selfie ballot bans in Colorado but the Secretary of State and Attorney General said they would not change the law and would not enforce the ban.
Colorado AG And Partners Buying 2,500 Drug Overdose KitsThe attorney general's office says it's buying 2,500 drug overdose kits to help police and emergency responders confront Colorado's opioid epidemic.
Authorities Take Down Major Heroin Ring In Denver Metro AreaAuthorities announced a major heroin ring bust that was operating around Denver. On Tuesday, they revealed how they zeroed in on the street drug dealers.
Sentencing Laws Could Be Making Judges Reluctant To Send Sex Offenders To PrisonAfter deciding not to send a former CU student to prison for rape, Judge Patrick Butler has become the subject of an online petition demanding his removal him from the bench.
Advocate Dismayed By Work-Release Sentence For RapistA former University of Colorado student who raped another student will not serve any time in prison.
Colorado GOP Starts Unity Tour To Back Glenn For SenateColorado's top elected Republicans are coming together Saturday to promote their nominee for U.S. Senate, Darryl Glenn.
New Procedure Spares Skin Cancer Patients From SurgeryThere are 5.4 million cases of non-melanoma cancer each year -- 8500 people a day -- a number that includes Colorado’s Attorney General.
New Mexico Pushes For Remedies In Wake Of Mine Waste SpillThe federal government and Colorado have made little progress in remedying damage from the release of millions of gallons of wastewater from a southern Colorado mine last year, New Mexico's top prosecutor charged in a pair of scathing letters sent to officials this week.
DMV Appointment Selling A Step Closer To Being A CrimeColorado is one step closer to outlawing a scam that has targeted immigrants.
AG Action Forces 123 Mountain To Halt Internet SalesA Summit County judge has forbidden Colorado outdoor retailer 123Mountain from selling its products online.
Supreme Court Pot Announcement Extends Legalization DebateThe U.S. Supreme Court announced Monday that it won't consider a lawsuit filed by two other states challenging Colorado's pot law.
U.S. Supreme Court Refuses To Hear Lawsuit Filed Against Colorado, Pot LawsThe United States Supreme Court has refused to hear the lawsuit filed by Nebraska and Oklahoma against Colorado and its marijuana laws.