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An American who fled Colorado and started a new life in Argentina is being politically persecuted and is appealing for asylum in hopes of avoiding extradition to the U.S. to face murder charges, his lawyer said Monday.
A man from Ukraine has been arrested at Denver International Airport after he was accused of interfering with two flight attendants on a Delta Airlines flight.
Four men with ties to last year’s raids of Colorado medical marijuana businesses have been indicted on international money laundering charges.
Sources say a dozen federal raids of Denver and Boulder pot sops are tied to a single investigation of a Colombian drug cartel.
Suncor oil refinery operators have agreed to pay $1.9 million to settle a lawsuit by federal and state authorities over an oil spill that contaminated Sand Creek and the South Platte River.
The U.S. Department of Justice is awarding a $2.9 million grant for support services for victims of the Aurora theater shootings.
Gov. John Hickenlooper got the formal certification of the election results from the secretary of state on Friday. That means Colorado’s Amendment 64 legalizing marijuana could take effect by early next month.
Marijuana legalization votes this week in Colorado and Washington state don’t just set up an epic state-federal showdown on drug law for residents. The measures also open the door for marijuana tourism.
Hundreds are set to attend a public memorial service Tuesday for a 10-year-old Colorado girl as the search for her abductor continues.
An associate professor at the University of Colorado Law School is taking a leave of absence to serve with the Federal Trade Commission.