Officers Determined To Be Justified In Shooting And Killing TeenagerTwo Denver officers involved in a fatal shooting that sparked angry protests and followed high-profile killings by police elsewhere in the country will not be disciplined, officials said Monday.
Woman Accused Of Stabbing Boyfriend Who Drank Her BloodPolice say a 19-year-old Missouri woman allowed her intoxicated boyfriend to drink her blood then stabbed the wannabe vampire during a subsequent argument.
Man Who Robbed Pot Shop With Hammer Sentenced To PrisonThe man armed with a hammer when he robbed an Aspen marijuana dispensary last summer has been sentenced.
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Longmont Police Say Rape Suspect Kidnapped Teen Girl, Could Be Heading To MissouriPolice in Longmont say they believe a man has kidnapped a 16-year-old girl and they could be on the way to Missouri.
1 Year After Student Walkouts In Denver, Students & Police Now Working TogetherStudents from Denver public high schools met with community leaders on Monday to talk about race relations.
Missing At-Risk Senior Visiting Colorado Found Back In MissouriPolice in Eagle would like the public's help locating an at-risk senior citizen.
Man Accused Of Robbing Aspen Pot Shot Armed With Hammer Arrested In MissouriPolice have arrested the man they say was armed with a hammer when he robbed an Aspen marijuana dispensary of $11,000 worth of the drug.
Colorado Won't See Upcoming Solar Eclipse, But Will Come Close In 2017A total solar eclipse is set to happen for parts of the world on March 20, 2015.
Colorado 5 Cents Below National Average For Gas PricesAs of Friday gas prices have fallen for the 92nd day in a row, which has never happened before.
Springs Man Tells Judge He's Remorseful For Threats Against PoliceA Colorado Springs man and former military service member who is accused of making violent threats against police made his first court appearance on Tuesday.
Denver Police Union Head: Department Should Change Policies In Wake Of NY MurdersThe Denver Police Department said it's not making any official changes to protocol or procedures in the wake of two murders of New York police officers this weekend.