Posted 8:27 PM 11/2/2012 by Andy Koen
COLORADO SPRINGS - Local cancer patient Bob Crouse was hoping to get his medical marijuana back today, as was his lawyer Clifton Black. A judge signed a court order three days ago directing the police to turn over the drug, but when they (More)
Posted 8:52 PM 11/1/2012 by AP posted by Juice Godfrey
EL PASO, Texas (AP) - A U.S. soldier has been convicted in a murder-for-hire scheme in which prosecutors say he agreed to kill a man for undercover agents posing as drug cartel members. A federal jury in Texas on Thursday found 29-year-old Samuel Walker, a soldier from Colorado (More)
Posted 4:37 PM 10/30/2012 by Alyse Rzemek
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) - A judge is refusing to let some victims of the theater shooting in Aurora see sealed court documents in the case against the suspect. The judge on Tuesday denied their request to see arrest warrant and search warrant affidavits, an inventory of what was found (More)
Posted 12:21 PM 10/27/2012 by Matt Stafford
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - A Boulder High School teacher has pleaded not guilty to exposing himself twice to women at garage sales in Longmont this summer. The Daily Camera reports James Kozlowski is due to stand trial Jan. 15 on a misdemeanor charge of indecent exposure. (More)...
Posted 11:07 PM 10/26/2012 by Lauren Molenburg
On Friday, October 26 at 1 p.m. the verdicts for Joshua Carrier were read.
Carrier was found guilty of 34 counts of Sexual Assault of a Child from one in a position of trust and not guilty for seven. Carrier was also found guilty of 12 counts of Unlawful Sexual Contact with a Child (More)
Posted 6:10 PM 10/25/2012 by Joe Bevans
GREELEY, Colo. (AP) - A man accused of killing a trainer who had worked with the Harlem Globetrotters has been convicted of first-degree murder. Prosecutors had said 23-year-old Draton Mares shot 42-year-old Thomas Bashline in the back of the head in Bashline's bedroom in November 2011, then (More)
Posted 12:36 PM 10/23/2012 by Lauren Molenburg
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Lap dances are taxable because they don't promote culture in a community the way ballet or other artistic endeavors do, New York's highest court concluded Tuesday in a sharply divided ruling.
The court split 4-3, with the dissenting judges saying there's no distinction (More)
Posted 5:57 PM 10/22/2012 by Matt Stafford
HUGO, Colo. (AP) - The widow of a man who killed a Limon police officer has been sentenced to 19 months in jail, plus three years of parole, for her role in the officer's death. With credit for time served, Jackie Hasty won't spend any more time behind bars under the sentence handed (More)