Family To Recieve $2.6 Million In Shooting Death Of Unarmed ManThe family of an unarmed man who was shot to death in Aurora received a $2.6 million settlement from the city.
'Historic' Settlement To Be Announced After Shooting Death Of Unarmed ManThe City of Aurora is set to announce what is being called a "historic settlement."
Charges Unlikely After 18-Month-Old Girl DrownsA Lakewood neighborhood is still in shock after learning an 18-month-old girl drowned Tuesday afternoon.
Crash Survivor Builds New LifeLyndsey Petrie survived at horrible car crash that took the life of her best friend. Two years later, she’s building a completely new life.
Bike Helmets Given Away At Safety FairLutheran Hospital Foundation offers free bike helmets at the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Safety Fair.
JeffCO DA’s Safety Fair Designed To Prevent VictimizationFor 8 years, the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office has put on a Safety Fair to provide the community with important health, wellness, and safety information.
Man Gets Life In Prison, Plus 60 Years For Arvada SlayingA man charged in a fatal shooting at an Arvada home has been sentenced to life in prison plus 60 years.
Jefferson County Man Convicted Of Killing WifeA Jefferson County man accused of strangling his common-law wife with the cord of a curling iron has been convicted of first-degree murder.
Secret Facebook Groups Being Set Up To Sell Drugs To KidsThe Jefferson County District Attorney's Office is sending out a warning to parents about secret Facebook groups that pose a risk to children.
Driver In Fatal Highway 285 Crash Not Tested For Impairment Until 15 Hours LaterThe Colorado State Patrol is searching for witnesses to a deadly crash that left three people dead near Conifer on Highway 285 on Aug. 14, 2015.
No Indictment For Officer Who Killed Unarmed Parole ViolatorA grand jury declined to indict a Colorado police officer who fatally shot an unarmed man while trying to arrest him after he attacked his wife, prosecutors said Wednesday.
Probation For Former Detective Who Tipped Off SuspectA former Boulder police detective who sent a warning email to a suspect in an Internet child-luring case has been sentenced to three years of probation and must complete 500 hours of community service.

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