COLORADO SPRINGS - A tearful Bob Crouse finally picked up the medical marijuana that was being kept in evidence at the Colorado Springs Police Department. It took a court order and a decision to not block that order by the state court of appeals before Crouse was at last able... more »
It took two acts of honesty to return a Pueblo West couple their $400, and the restaurant owners who held the cash for the past month couldn't be happier to give it back.
During the hustle and bustle of the pre-Christmas days of late December, Cris and Arlene Beltran... more »
Franklin Macon has his medal back. A bronze medal awarded to him by President Bush in 2007 was stolen by burglars in May.
Local and national media attention followed as word of the theft spread. Eventually, Macon was awarded a replica medal in a ceremony last month at the... more »
The urn that had been stolen from a Monument widower was returned to him on Friday after being missing for more than 2 months.
On January 10, the mahogany box containing the ashes of Bob Herrle's late wife Terry was stolen from his home along with many other items.... more »
An urn stolen in a burglary in the Black Forest area has finally been returned to the rightful owner. The Mahogany Urn containing the ashes of Terry Herrle, the late wife of Bob Herrle were stolen in a rash of burglaries allegedly by 23 year old Jeremy Farr who reportedly... more »
The remains of a serviceman who died in a Korean prisoner of war camp are being returned to Colorado. He has been identified as Army Corporal Floyd Hooper, an infantryman who was captured in Korea in February of 1951.
Hooper's remains will be buried on Saturday in his hometown... more »
Two sisters found nearly $18,000 in an abandoned duffel bag outside a store and notified police.
Michelle Pientka, 21, and her 16-year-old sister Jessica say they found the bag at a store parking lot Tuesday night. They took it home but didn't look inside until the next morning, when... more »
After 20 years, an NCAA Final 8 Championship ring has been returned to its rightful owner. Authorities say the ring belongs to basketball player Walter Bond. It was stolen from his apartment near the University of Minnesota in 1991.
"That ring was special," Bond said. "It was blood, sweat,... more »