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Littleton Church With Ties To Kidnapped Nigerian Girls To Hold Fundraiser

Nigerian State News reports top military officials know the location of more than 200 kidnapped school girls but troops will not use force to rescue them. Now a congregation in Littleton is reaching out to the families of the girls.


Students at St. Mary's Academy gather to support those girls kidnapped in Nigeria (credit: CBS)

Colorado Students Show Support For Kidnapped Girls In Nigeria

The tense situation in Nigeria surrounding the kidnapping of 300 schoolgirls is getting attention among students in Colorado.


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Coloradans Hold Rally To Support Kidnapped Nigerian Girls

The Nigerian extremist group Boko Hara abducted nearly 300 school girls a month ago, threatening to sell them into slavery as a protest against educating women.



Father Wants More Details About How Son Drowned In Pond

The father of a toddler who drowned in a pond near an Aurora apartment complex says it was an accident that didn’t have to happen.


Tracy and Karen Vasseur (credit: Colorado Attorney General)

Mother & Daughter Accused In Internet Dating Scam

A mother and daughter in Adams County are accused in an internet dating scam that cost victims more than $1 million.


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Immigrant From Highlands Ranch Accused Of Human Trafficking

A federal indictment says an immigrant from Nigeria ran a human trafficking ring out of a home in Highlands Ranch.


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Police: Elderly Springs Man Loses $130,000 To Scammers

Authorities say scammers have bilked an elderly Colorado Springs man out of $130,000 over two years.


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ACLU: Words Alone Crime Is Disturbing

The Boulder chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union says it finds disturbing a conviction of a man based only on his words.


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Denver Police Once Again Warn About Internet Scams

The Denver Police Department is once again warning about Internet scams involving forged checks.