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Gun Fires From Girl’s Purse In Cheyenne Starbucks

Police in Wyoming say nobody was hurt when a small gun that was inside a girl’s purse fired while she was in a Cheyenne Starbucks.

12/28/2011

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Store Customers, Employees Subdue Rape Suspect

Customers and employees of a grocery store rescued a woman who says a man was trying to rape her.

12/21/2011

A man on a horse pays for an item at the Safeway in Steamboat Springs (credit: CBS)

Riders Take Horses Into Steamboat Springs Safeway

There was a crazy ride in Steamboat Springs. They took their horses to Starbucks and Safeway.

12/13/2011

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Denver Ballot Vote Pits Businesses Against Workers

A Denver ballot initiative on requiring employers to offer paid sick leave has drawn a painful divide between small-business owners and their own employees.

10/29/2011

Jacob Rocke and Carmen Lopez (credit: Jefferson County District Attorney's Office)

Starbucks Robbery Suspect To Police: ‘Many More Robberies’

A couple arrested for two robberies at Starbucks may have been involved in many more.

10/19/2011

Jacob Rocke and Carmen Lopez (credit: Jefferson County District Attorney's Office)

Police: Starbucks Robbery Suspects Tied To More Robberies

Police have confirmed a man accused of robbing an Arvada Starbucks could be responsible for least 20 other robberies across the Front Range that have been going on since August.

10/18/2011

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Starbucks Robbery Suspects Could Have Connection To Many More

Police say the two Starbucks robbery suspects arrested Saturday may be linked to a dozen other robberies in the metro area.

10/16/2011

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Police Arrest 2 Suspects In Starbucks Robberies

Less than 12 hours after the robbery of two Starbucks police believe they’ve captured the suspects.

10/15/2011

This file photo taken on Jan. 28, 2011, shows Pakistani police escorting Raymond Davis to a court in Lahore. (Photo credit should read Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images)

CIA Contractor From Highlands Ranch Arrested After Altercation

A Highlands Ranch man and CIA contractor who was freed from a Pakistani prison after the U.S. paid $2.3 million in blood money was arrested Saturday morning.

10/01/2011

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Dozens Protest Starbucks On 16th Street Mall Over Sick Days

Dozens of demonstrators were staking out Starbucks on Tuesday, protesting the company’s lack of paid sick days for employees.

07/12/2011

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