BLM's Wild Horse Program Under New Scrutiny Due To Slaughterhouse SalesA multi-year, federal investigation into claims wild horses captured in Colorado were auctioned to a man who then resold them to be sent to slaughter houses in Mexico is again renewing calls for reform in to the Bureau of Land Management program.
20 People In Colorado Face Federal Pot Trafficking ChargesFederal prosecutors charged 20 people in Colorado suspected of trafficking marijuana out of state.
Marijuana Grow Found In Routt National Forest, 2 ArrestedFederal authorities say they arrested two people suspected of having a large marijuana growing operation in the Routt National Forest northeast of Steamboat Springs.
Criminal Probe Of Grand Junction Airport Ends; No ArrestsA federal criminal investigation into fraud allegations at the Grand Junction airport has ended with no criminal charges filed.
Man Pleads Guilty To Holdups In Colorado, New Mexico, TexasA 30-year-old man has pleaded guilty in federal court in New Mexico to robbing 16 businesses in Colorado, New Mexico and Texas in mid-2012.
AG Cynthia Coffman Opens Up About Strange GOP InfightingColorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman has been accused of blackmailing the chair of the Colorado Republican Party, and on Tuesday she sat down with CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd to tell her side of the story.
Colorado GOP Says Lawyer Met With Prosecutors Over BlackmailA lawyer for the Colorado Republican party is meeting with prosecutors over an alleged attempt to blackmail the party chairman into resigning his post.
Investigators Try To Determine Who Sent Suspicious Package To U.S. AttorneyInvestigators are trying to find who sent a suspicious package to a downtown Denver office building.
Denver-Based Lawyers Representing Terror Suspect Believes Feds Spied On ThemThey are concerned about how the government gathered information about their clients, and now they want to find out what has been learned about them.
FBI: Denver Girls May Have Tried To Join JihadisThe FBI in Denver says it is investigating the possibility that three girls from the Denver area were trying to travel to Syria to join Islamic State extremists.
In Case Like Denver Police Probe, Charges Are RareA federal judge has taken the unusual step of asking prosecutors to investigate whether Denver police tried to intimidate a witness in a jail-abuse lawsuit against the city, but experts say such inquiries rarely yield criminal charges.
New Video Released In Connection With Alleged Police Intimidation CaseNew video released Friday shows an alleged beating of an inmate inside the Denver Jail at the hands of deputies.