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Colorado voters overwhelmingly approved the legalization of marijuana and now state lawmakers are tasked with implementing a regulatory framework for what is still considered an illegal drug.
A plea deal has been reached for a former New Frontier Bank loan officer who is facing federal fraud charges.
An unruly passenger on a JetBlue plane was taken into custody at Denver International Airport on Sunday and now will face federal charges.
Outraged parents are demanding answers from a Denver preschool. They want to know what the school knew about teacher David Moe who’s accused of having child pornography.
A mother claims Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms agents terrorized her and her 8-year-old child. She claims the person they were seeking no longer lived there.
Firefighters in northern Colorado are nearing full containment of a blaze that has scorched about 12 square miles.
A wildfire that has scorched about 12 square miles in northern Colorado is expected to be fully contained in the next few days.
U.S. Attorney John Walsh says a Bureau of Indian Affairs officer justifiably fired a deadly shot at a hatchet-wielding suspect who was a member of the Ute Mountain Ute American Indian tribe.
U.S. Attorney John Walsh is rebuffing claims the federal government is sitting idly by as Colorado enacts laws to regulate the booming medical marijuana industry.
A Denver man was found guilty on Monday for failure to pay taxes and theft from an employee benefit plan, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.