Colorado 'Ballot Selfie' Ban Sparks OppositionA Colorado ban on so-called "ballot selfies," where voters share photos of their completed ballots, is sparking opposition.
Think Twice Before Posting A Photo Of Your Ballot OnlineIt's okay to take a selfie with a ballot in hand, but don't you dare show who you voted for. Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams says it's a misdemeanor that carries up to a $1,000 fine and up to a year in jail.
Man Who Testified As DNA Expert Defends His ReputationA man who has testified in several high-profile criminal trials around the country as a DNA expert has been discredited in a Denver trial.
Authorities Take Down Major Heroin Ring In Denver Metro AreaAuthorities announced a major heroin ring bust that was operating around Denver. On Tuesday, they revealed how they zeroed in on the street drug dealers.
Family Of Man Shot By Police At Funeral Home Files LawsuitThe family of a man who was shot by police outside a funeral home nearly two years ago has filed a lawsuit claiming excessive deadly force.
Darryl Glenn Wins Colorado Republican Primary For SenateDarryl Glenn, a tea-party favorite from the conservative stronghold of Colorado Springs, decisively won Colorado's Republican U.S. Senate primary Tuesday.
Keyser Campaign Canvasser Accused Of Forgery Faces Felony ChargesA canvasser who collected petitions to help Jon Keyser qualify for Colorado's Republican U.S. Senate primary was charged with submitting 34 forged voter signatures, prosecutors said Wednesday.
Denver DA Rules Shooting Of Suspect By Aurora Officer JustifiedDenver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has found that an officer-involved shooting by an Aurora police officer that left a suspect wounded was justified.
Denver DA: No Charges Against Police Who Killed ParoleeDenver's district attorney won't pursue charges against police who shot and killed a parolee who had hijacked a vehicle, led officers on an afternoon chase in a residential neighborhood and shot at them, wounding one.
Mayor Hancock Declines Interview On City Attorney ResignationDenver Mayor Michael Hancock has declined a request to be interviewed about the resignation of his city attorney, Scott Martinez.
Man Freed After Serving 28 Years On Rape Conviction To Be RetriedDenver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey plans to retry a man released from prison after 28 years behind bars.
Mountain View Police Officer Won't Face Charges For Shooting, Killing SuspectDenver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has decided not to file charges against a Mountain View police officer who shot and killed a suspect in mid-December.

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