'Sleuth Work' Helps Track Down Thumbtacks SuspectInvestigators have identified one suspect in the case of thumbtacks scatted on a mountain bike route that resulted in flat tires for several bicyclists.
Suspect Identified In Thumbtack Case, Flat Tires For CyclistsInvestigators have identified one suspect in the case of thumbtacks scatted on a mountain bike route that resulted in flat tires for several bicyclists.
Woman Happy To Get Keys Back After Dozens Found In Stolen TruckAt least two keys are now back with the rightful owner after dozens were found inside a stolen work truck.
Warning Of Possible Measles Exposure Across Denver Metro AreaPeople who visited Target, King Soopers or any of five other locations in the south Denver metro area are being warned about possible exposure to measles.
Person Of Interest Sought After Thumbtacks Found On Popular Biking RouteThumb tacks sprayed the southbound lane of Deer Creek Canyon Road earlier this month. Now the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is looking for a man they believe may be responsible.
Liquor Sales In Grocery Stores Pulled From November BallotA referendum to put full-strength alcohol on grocery store shelves will no longer be on November’s ballot.
Denver's Gay Pride Parade: 'Who Doesn't Want To Be A Part Of It?'Thanks to extra security the Pride parade went off without a hitch on Sunday.
Guilty Verdict For Man Who Kidnapped Teen From Parking LotA jury has found a man guilty of kidnapping a teenager from a grocery store parking lot last year.
Aurora Residents Happy To See Old Regatta Plaza Get DemolishedDemolition teams are taking down an old strip mall in Aurora.
Search On For Man Accused In Mail Theft, Fraud Of 92-Year-Old WomanThe Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office is searching for a man believed to have stolen a 92-year-old woman's bank account information to pass fraudulent checks.
Gov. Hickenlooper Not Ready To Sign Off On Grocery Store Beer BillA plan to put full-strength beer in Colorado grocery stores by 2037 is on its way to the governor.
Colorado Debate On Grocery Store Beer Flares AgainColorado's unusual requirement that most grocery stores sell only low-alcohol beer could be ending. A bill moving through the state Legislature would allow more grocery stores to sell beer stronger than 3.2 percent alcohol.