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Many Circumventing Colorado High-Capacity Magazine Ban

A CBS4 Investigation has found Coloradans are circumventing the state’s controversial ban on high capacity gun magazines in numerous ways both basic and clever.


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Federal Judge Upholds Colorado Gun Restrictions

A federal judge upheld Colorado gun restrictions that were enacted in response to 2012 mass shootings, saying Thursday that limiting the size of ammunition magazines and expanding background checks on firearm purchases are constitutional acts.


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2 Teens Accused Of Exchanging Gun At Mead High

Weld County authorities say two teens exchanged a handgun at Mead High School but there’s no indication they were planning to commit any violence at the school.


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Activist Charged With Waiting Too Long To Report Animal Abuse

A woman who went undercover to expose animal abuse at a cattle company near Weld County is now facing charges.


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3 In Weld County Face Abuse Charges After Cattle Video Released

Three people in northeastern Colorado are facing misdemeanor animal abuse charges after an animal rights group released a video showing calves being dragged by their ears and legs, lifted by their tails, kicked and thrown, authorities said Friday.


Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith and other sheriffs speak out against new gun control measures in advance of President Barack Obama's visit to Colorado on April 3. (credit: CBS)

Some Colorado Sheriffs Oppose More Gun Control

Some Colorado sheriffs are speaking out against any more gun control measures as President Barack Obama visits the state.


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Weld County Sheriff To Ignore 2 Gun Control Laws If Signed

The Weld County sheriff says he won’t enforce two gun control laws.


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New Northern Colorado Crime Lab Would Consolidate Crime Investigation

There’s a push in Northern Colorado to speed up the crime fighting process. Several and communities hope a new $4 million crime lab will help them do it.


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Fallen Deputy Brownlee Honored

Law enforcement joined the family of fallen deputy Sam Brownlee to honor him on Thursday.


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Weld County Settles Lawsuit Over ID Theft Probe

Weld County will pay nearly $300,000 to settle a lawsuit by over a raid on a tax business that authorities said was aimed at stopping identity theft by illegal immigrants.



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