Capco LLC supplied the Army with M320 grenade launchers between July 2016 and March 2018 even though company officials knew the launchers’ barrels did not meet specifications
A new Colorado law makes possessing 13,000 fatal fentanyl doses a misdemeanor. Prosecutors are worried.By Jesse Paul Crime and Courts Primary category in which blog post is published
Adams County DA had “romantic relationship” with victim advocate who died last month, court record says
Kate Petrocco’s family cites the relationship with District Attorney Dave Young as a reason to keep him away from the investigation into her death
Colorado has seen its share of public mass shootings, from the 2012 Aurora theater shooting to a 2015 attack on a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs
DNA testing leads to break in decades-old Colorado murder case. But privacy questions are being raised.
Police used a DNA database and a fast food cup to zero in on a suspect in the 1987 death of 20-year-old Fort Carson soldier Darlene Krashoc
Federal investigation launched into former Westminster cop sentenced to 90 days in jail for unlawful sexual contact
The sentence handed down against Curtis Lee Arganbright drew outrage from some. A federal case could bring him substantially more time behind bars.
Illegal voting conviction in small Colorado town that prompted call for federal investigation is overturned
Marie Rossmiller was convicted last year of voting in the wrong precinct of tiny Pitkin. In May, a judge ruled that the case had been improperly handled by a lower court.
Colorado’s consumer protection laws are getting much tougher — and that could help with the state’s opioid lawsuit
The state’s consumer protection laws were ranked among the weakest in the U.S. by a consumer advocacy group. The legislature responded, passing an overhaul 30 years in the making that Attorney General Phil Weiser said is “a big deal"
How most the new state laws will affect Coloradans will take weeks, months or years to see. But others are more immediate.
From bail reform to restoring voting rights and sealing records, Colorado’s criminal justice system is getting a makeover
A slate of bills making their way through the Colorado legislature would keep people out of jail, reduce penalties for some crimes and remove barriers for offenders once they are released from prison. Many of the measures have bipartisan support, but In some cases law enforcement want the brakes pumped.
He survived the Aurora Chuck E. Cheese shooting 25 years ago. A possible death penalty repeal is bringing it all back up.
Bobby Stephens: “It just doesn’t make sense to me that this process has been what it’s been.”