Homeland Security Appeals Judge's Order To Release Rene Lima-MarinThe Department of Homeland Security is appealing after an immigration court judge ordered that Rene Lima-Marin be released from custody.
Colorado Company's Pot Cases Seized By Federal AuthoritiesA Boulder-based company that makes marijuana stash cases is looking at ways to manufacture its product in the U.S. after the federal government seized a shipment imported from China.
Police Respond To Rumors Of Authorities Checking Immigration StatusesPolice in Longmont police are responding to online rumors that authorities were checking for immigration papers.
DU Students Studying Abroad In Paris During AttacksThe Federal Bureau of Investigation Denver Division told CBS4 there are no credible threats in the U.S. on Friday evening in relation to the deadly attacks in Paris. Some students from Denver were in Paris when the attacks happened.
Wounded War Hero's New Battlefield Is Cyberspace, New Enemy Is Child PredatorsA Colorado man who paid a very high price for his country in combat and is now a hero again. He's part of a program called H-E-R-O Human Exploitation Rescue Operative -- or HERO.
State, Federal Government Employees In Colorado On Ashley MadisonBoth state and federal government employees in Colorado were using a popular website designed to help people cheat on their spouses. Hackers released the names and other information of clients who used the Ashley Madison website.
FBI: Middle Eastern Men Intimidating U.S. Military Families In Colorado & WyomingAn alert has been issued by the FBI to all law enforcement agencies in Colorado and Wyoming involving U.S. military families and concerns about who may be watching them.
Activists Push Obama, GOP On Immigration PolicyTwo months after President Barack Obama's executive order spared roughly five million illegal immigrants from deportation -- including more than 100,000 in Colorado -- those who would benefit from the policy say nothing's changed.
Colorado Included In UPS Retail Store Security BreachSome customers of The UPS Store locations in Colorado may have had their credit and debit card information exposed by a computer virus found on systems at 51 stores in 24 states.
UPS Says 3 Colorado Retail Stores Among 51 Breached By Malware
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.
Super Bowl Security Ready For The Big GameSecurity efforts will cover land and air on Super Bowl Sunday and fans will see hundreds of officers and NFL security guards everywhere they look.