A judge has denied bail for a Colorado man accused of telling his therapist he wanted to kill President Barack Obama and shoot schoolchildren despite objections from his defense attorney.
A judge will hear arguments about whether to grant bail to a man accused of telling his therapist that he wanted to shoot children and kill President Barack Obama.
A Westminster man is facing similar charges on a federal level and in Jefferson County for allegedly threatening the president and plotting to kill students at a trick-or-treat event.
Work crews are busy getting the stage set for Wednesday’s nationally televised presidential debate at the University of Denver.
Empty chairs hanging from trees have been seen in several different areas across the country and a concerned viewer called CBS4 after finding one in her neighborhood in Loveland.
The President’s visits often come with a hefty price tag for cities in both security costs and time misspent by police forces.
The Secret Service has joined Colorado Springs investigators after several sticks of suspected dynamite were found in an apartment building.
The Supreme Court seems inclined to shield federal agents who are protecting government officials from claims of free speech violations, in a case that began with the arrest of a Colorado man who confronted Vice President Dick Cheney.
The Supreme Court said Monday it will hear an appeal from Secret Service agents who say they should be shielded from a lawsuit over their arrest of a Colorado man who confronted Vice President Dick Cheney.
A Colorado man can sue two Secret Service agents who arrested him after he touched former Vice President Dick Cheney on the arm in 2006 and told him his Iraq War policies were “disgusting,” a federal appeals court ruled Monday.