There have been lots of questions as to when people will be able to buy marijuana at stores, after passing Amendment 64.
"I was really worried; I came down here, I was like, 'what's going to happen,'" says Keith Powell, a medical marijuana patient He says no matter what... more »
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) - Federal officials say a $5,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever is responsible for burglaries of Qwik Cash Pawn in Colorado Springs.
The U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is helping Colorado Springs police... more »
The Colorado Division of Wildlife is trying to find the person responsible for illegally shooting a pronghorn buck in eastern El Paso County.
The animal was probably killed over the weekend of April15. It was found along Sweet Road just east of the Peyton Highway.
"The buck was... more »
Pueblo police have increased the reward in the case of the graffiti vandalism at Bessemer park. The suspects covered the park with more than 200 taggings earlier this week. Most of it has since been covered up. Police are now offering a $2,000 reward for information that leads to an... more »
Police are searching for a stolen car and the dog that was inside of it, and they are asking the public for help.
Aurora Police says the car was stolen on Tuesday night with the dog, named "Billie", inside.
Police say a woman was seen on surveillance video... more »
The Woodland Park Police Department is investigating several acts of vandalism.
Much of the damage is from spray painting. The Woodland Park Police Department could use assistance. If you have seen or heard anything that could help with the investigation please contact the Woodland Park Police Department at 687-9262.... more »
About 100 people in Colorado Springs will be eating a lot of chicken in the next year.
After a long wait outside, the Chick-Fil-A fans were the first ones through the door at the new store on Garden of the Gods Road as it opened Thursday morning.
As... more »
Residents in one west side Detroit neighborhood say thieves are breaking into their homes and stealing dogs.
Carolyn Rhodes and Brittany Thomas live four blocks from each other on Murray Hill Street.
Both women say their teacup Yorkshire Terriers were stolen in break-ins that occurred within two days... more »
The ferocious wildfire burning north of Los Angeles is now a creeping giant, steadily chewing through thick and dry chaparral on its eastern flank. While crews report good progress, the blaze that's claimed the lives of two firefighters is still far from being fully contained. The huge wildfire has burned... more »