A Colorado man accused of trying to trade pipe bombs and hand grenades for drugs or cash has pleaded guilty to two counts of possessing firearms that weren’t registered with a national database.
During the TV coverage of the Black Forest Fire that broke out northeast of Colorado Springs many people noticed there weren’t a lot of aerial resources on the fire.
A trial is under way for a man from Highlands Ranch accused of human trafficking. The jury will decide if he brought nurses to the United States under false pretenses and then put them to work, collecting much of their pay.
The Aurora City Council will decide whether it needs an independent review of last summer’s shootings at the Century 16 Theater where 12 people died.
Five million images are sent daily on a smartphone application that police say is becoming a tool for child predators.
Denver police have busted organizers of a marijuana club operating out of an art gallery. The organizers offered free pot in exchange for donations to the gallery.
A company that makes ammunition magazines that will be banned under law says it’s moving forward with plans to leave Colorado.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and district attorney have joined together to issue a warning to parents to be aware of their children’s smartphone applications.
A new plea agreement has been arranged in the Raymond Davis assault case.
Colorado Attorney General John Suthers told CBS4 Investigator Rick Sallinger the so-called free offers of marijuana are a clear violation of the letter and intent of Amendment 64.