During critical legislative hearings into Colorado’s Corrections Department and Parole Division, one state senator was regularly tweeting, surfing the Web and updating her Facebook page with information that had nothing to do with the hearings.
A man accused or urging Facebook friends to kill children at a local day care and specific police officers may spend 5 years in a federal prison.
Hundreds of pets lost in the flooding are without homes and some of the shelters are filled to capacity.
Denver’s East High School will be back open on Monday following what police called a credible threat against the school on Friday.
A bell in downtown Denver rang 50 times Wednesday to mark the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech.
Douglas County has a warning about Google Maps and other social media sites.
Federal agents with guns drawn arrested suspected online predators after the culmination of a 5-week long national crackdown on Internet targeting of children.
The owner and operator of a string of strip clubs across the country, including five in the Denver metro area, can now be found handing out traffic tickets and enforcing the law in the town of Morrison.
People in cars who pass just a few feet away tend to divert their eyes from the man toiling on the busy street corner.
A top-secret arm of the controversial Stellar Wind program set up in the wake of 9/11 is allowing the National Security Agency and the FBI to tap directly into the central servers of nine major Internet companies to extract audio, video, photos, emails and documents that let analysts track an individual’s communication, CBS News has learned.