Colorado Livestock Quarantine Still In EffectThe State Veterinarian's Office says there are 60 locations under quarantine after horses and cows tested positive for a debilitating virus.
2 From Denver Busted With Pot In Separate Incidents At Mexican BorderA man and woman from Denver have been accused of trying to smuggle marijuana over the U.S.-Mexico border in separate incidents.
Funeral For Ex-Rockies Hurler Castillo Set For TuesdayFuneral services for former major league pitcher Frank Castillo, who drowned in an Arizona lake after jumping off a boat for a swim, are set for Tuesday in his hometown of El Paso.
Body Of Former Rockies Pitcher Recovered From Arizona LakeAuthorities are searching a lake near Phoenix for the body of a drowning victim who reportedly is former major league pitcher Frank Castillo.
Money Laundering Operation Soiled After Cash Found In Laundry DetergentAn Aurora man has been arrested after he was linked to a suspected money laundering operation. The cash was seized after it was discovered hidden inside a box of laundry detergent.
Scoop's Secret: Fugitive Applied For, Received Social Security Payments While On The Run"Scoop" Daniel, the Breckenridge lawyer who disappeared in 2007 and was being sought by police for the next 4 1/2 years, apparently applied for and received federal Social Security benefit payments during the time he was being sought.
Soldier Gets Married On Leave In Front Of City & County BuildingA Colorado soldier followed a time-honored tradition, marrying his fiancee during a holiday leave, but this couple said their "I dos" in front of the fully-lit Denver City and County Building.
Man Accused Of Stabbing In Colorado Arrested At Mexican BorderA man police say tried to kill someone in Adams County has been arrested at the Mexican border.
Man Wanted In Evergreen Shooting Captured In TexasA man wanted in the execution-style shooting of two men in Evergreen in 2004 has been captured in El Paso, Texas. Both men survived.
Police, DEA Bust Massive Drug Trafficking Ring In Denver AreaA group of people accused of bringing over 45,000 pounds of marijuana into the Denver area each year has been indicted by a Jefferson County grand jury.