Pension Problems: More Than 1/2 Of Denver Police Retirees Paid IncorrectlyCBS4 has learned that a review of monthly pension payments to older Denver Police Department retirees shows that well over half have been paid incorrectly.
Colorado Pot Report: More Adults Using Drug, But Not KidsColorado kids are not smoking more pot since the drug became legal - but their older siblings and parents certainly are, according to a long-awaited report.
ACLU On Battlefield Equipment: 'Our Communities Are Not War Zones'Equipment meant for the battlefield will no longer be given to state and local police departments after President Obama issued an executive order on Monday.
Hickenlooper Signs Wildfire Mitigation Bills In DurangoLegislation to boost a grant program that helps communities remove forest fuels to prevent wildfires has been signed into law by Gov. John Hickenlooper.
Police Oversight Bills Hit Choppy Water At Colorado CapitolA package of bills designed to increase law enforcement oversight is running into trouble at the state Capitol.
Colorado Lawmaker Pushes For School Arrest StatsA Colorado state senator says she'll be pushing law enforcement agencies to report statistics showing what happens when trouble at school leads to the arrests of young people, but police see the new requirement as just one more unfunded burden.
Hickenlooper Thanks State Employees For Their Flood Recovery HelpGov. John Hickenlooper on Monday recognized state employees for their help in the process of recovering from the September flooding.
Colorado Law Enforcement Advised To Be Alert After Boston BombingsColorado law enforcement agencies have been advised to be on the lookout for suspicious activity following the bombings in Boston.
Appeals Court Upholds Concealed Weapons RulingA federal appeals court has ruled that permits allowing people to carry concealed weapons are not protected by the Second Amendment.
Auto Thefts Are Down In ColoradoCar thefts are down across Colorado, but police are warning drivers not to let down their guard.
Plan For Colorado Animal Abuse Registry Bill FailsA proposal to create an online registry for animal cruelty convicts akin to databases for sex offenders failed Monday as Colorado lawmakers worried that it would unfairly label some people.
Hickenlooper: Terror Spending Records 'Ridiculous'Gov. John Hickenlooper is preparing to re-assign responsibility of a federal anti-terrorism grant program for the third time in a decade.