There was an unusual sight Wednesday in Morrison that grabbed a lot of attention and concern.
A 35-year-old Jefferson County man was arrested inside his home Thursday after allegedly telling undercover federal agents about his stockpile of weapons that included grenades and pipe bombs.
Agents with the ATF have been called to a home in Morrison along with the several bomb squads.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is installing a drainage system under US 285 at Windy Point this week.
Jefferson County Sheriff’s deputies said they finally caught up to a man after he took a moving truck on a wild ride.
Morrison, the tiny town at the foot of Red Rocks, has significantly beefed up its police department in recent years, going from one full-time officer to six full-time officers, leading to a dramatic upswing in the number of tickets written.
Move over, U2. Here comes Mitt Romney.
Four years ago, Barack Obama used this state as both a stage for his nominating convention and a place to show how his new brand of politics could unite young voters, women and minorities to create a winning coalition even in places that normally back Republican presidential candidates.
Voters began casting early ballots on Monday at locations across the state. They can also drop off mail-in ballots they received at home.
Traffic Specialist Joel Hillan will be singing in a concert to benefit victims of the High Park Fire Friday night, September 14th.