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Man Sentenced For Trashing Uncompahgre National ForestA man who dumped about 8,500 pounds of trash in the Uncompahgre National Forest north of Telluride has been sentenced to six months in federal prison followed by a year of probation.
DIA Traveler Says 'It Doesn't Surprise Me' About Possible Airline CollusionAirline passengers at Denver International Airport say they aren't surprised that four major airlines are being investigated by the Department of Justice for possibly working together to keep rates high.
Former Denver Gang Member Illustrates Problem's ComplexitiesThe young man in the baggy cargo pants and scraggly hipster beard could have been among the dead.
9 States Back Utah Ruling Tossing Federal Prairie Dog RulesNine states have stepped into a lawsuit over the Utah prairie dog to support a ruling that animal activists say threatens to undermine the Endangered Species Act.
Fort Carson Man Would Choke Wife With Coaxial Cable, Use Boiling Water To Revive HerA civilian living on Fort Carson who committed "heinous domestic violence assaults" on his spouse has been sentenced to 45 years in federal prison.
Englewood Woman Sentenced For Embezzling From Government UnionAn Evergreen woman has been sentenced for embezzling tens of thousands of dollars from a government union.
Denver Releases Photos With Aim To Limit Grow OperationsDenver is cracking down on unlicensed marijuana grow operations which include collective grow facilities for recreational use, and also medical marijuana users and their caregivers.
Man Accused Of Maiming Mountain Lions For Easier Hunts Pleads GuiltyA man who was once part of a group that guides clients on mountain lion hunts has pleaded guilty to federal wildlife crimes.
Major Drug-Trafficking Bust Nets 28 ArrestsA major drug-trafficking bust netted 28 arrests in the metro area Friday morning, the result of a two-year-long investigation into increased meth production in homes across the city.
Ag Secretary: US Must Figure Out Hemp ProductionAgriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said Tuesday he's working with the Department of Justice to permit the importation of hemp seeds for cultivation.
Man Gets 130 Months In Colorado Human Trafficking CaseA federal judge in Denver has sentenced a Highlands Ranch man to 130 months in prison in a human trafficking case.
State Pot Regulators Agree Things Are Running SmoothlyState marijuana regulators and professors agree that things are going relatively well in the new business of legal pot.

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