Pot Sales Help Send Students To CollegeMarijuana is a $1.3 billion industry in Colorado and the taxes are helping fund college.
Revenues From Pot Sales Help Edgewater Replace Their City HallThe sale of medical and recreational marijuana has grown into a billion dollar industry since it was legalized.
Police Say 12-Year-Old Boy Took Mercedes, Hit Parked CarA 12-year-old boy is in big trouble after taking his mom's Mercedes on a joyride early Saturday and crashing into a parked car.
'Murder Journal' Reveals Gruesome Details Of Planned KillingPolice hope the public can help locate the body of a murder victim after his alleged killer committed suicide.
Police Ask For Help Finding Murder Victim's BodyPolice hope the public can help locate the body of a murder victim after his alleged killer committed suicide.
Theft Suspect With Missing Shoe At Large After CrashA man with one shoe is on the run after stealing an SUV and a gun and smashing into a car at 20th Avenue and Fenton Street near Sloan's Lake.
Gun Stolen During Break-In Used In Shooting Involving TeenOne of the guns stolen during burglaries at gun stores in Littleton last month was used in a shooting involving a young teenager.
Police Call Man's Disappearance SuspiciousPolice in Golden have teamed up with investigators in Alamosa to search for a California man who disappeared under suspicious circumstances. Police found his RV after it was claimed by a man involved in a shootout with officers.
Suspect Identified In Wild Shootout In EdgewaterThe suspect has been identified in a crash and officer-involved shooting in Edgewater.
Officers Shoot Suspect Accused Of Sexual Assault On A ChildPolice investigated an officer-involved shooting in Edgewater after a pursuit out of Golden.
SWAT Surrounds Bank Robbery Suspect In ApartmentSWAT crews surrounded an apartment in Edgewater on Tuesday afternoon, believed to be where a bank robbery suspect had barricaded himself inside. Unfortunately, the man was not there.
Small Colorado Communities Find Marijuana's Benefits, CostsThe mayor of a tiny Denver-area town looks forward to filling pot holes with pot revenue. The prospect of marijuana tax proceeds also has raised spirits in a Colorado mountain county facing the closure of a major mine.