Police in Fort Collins have arrested a suspect in a series of vandalism cases involving graffiti on businesses.
As Colorado’s weather rollercoaster continues into the spring, drivers will be sure to see a lot more pot holes, and now Denver has a new way to report them and access other city services.
Anti-cop graffiti that read “No Justice! Cop Lives Don’t Matter” was spray-painted on a wall in east Boulder recently.
A roller-skating graffiti artist is tagging businesses and buildings near Evans Avenue and Zuni Street.
Neighbors in Parker are hoping the person or people responsible for an outbreak of disturbing graffiti are captured.
Colorado’s state capitol is a mess after vandals spray painted graffiti all over the west steps and on some walls and windows.
Police in Denver arrested several protesters after they were caught defacing the state Capitol.
Investigators now say two locations in Colorado have been targeted by someone vandalizing national parks.
The National Park Service says it has found more graffiti in some of the West’s most scenic locations in a case that sparked an uproar on social media last week.
An investigation is underway after evidence of vandalism at several national parks, including Rocky Mountain National Park, has been posted online.