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They are concerned about how the government gathered information about their clients, and now they want to find out what has been learned about them.
The 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.
A 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 Friday shows an alleged beating of an inmate inside the Denver Jail at the hands of deputies.
A federal judge is calling on the Justice Department to investigate Denver police. The judge wants to know if officers intimidated witnesses to a brutal jail house attack.
Nine people indicted by a federal grand jury in Denver were arrested in a handful of states as part of a national crackdown on synthetic marijuana, state and federal authorities announced Wednesday.
The owners of Jensen Farms who are charged with putting contaminated cantaloupes into the nation’s food supply in 2011 have made a plea deal and plan to plead guilty.
The federal government is the state of Colorado’s largest employer with approximately 40,000 people on the payroll. In Colorado the effect of a partial government shutdown would be felt by different people in different ways.
A Colorado man faces federal child sex charges following an sting operation in which a law enforcement agent says the man agreed to pay $200 to have sex with and photograph a 12-year-old girl.
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.