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Westminster man sentenced in $1.6 million money laundering scheme

A 53-year-old Westminster man has been sentenced to 6 1/2 years in federal prison after bilking investors in an investment scheme out of $1.6 million.

Two men indicted on 169-counts in alleged Denver-area synthetic cannabinoid enterprise

Two men have been indicted in an alleged synthetic cannabinoid enterprise that operated in the Denver area and across state lines.

Boulder ponders return to enforcing camping ban

During a study session on homelessness Tuesday night, the Boulder City Council decided directing the police department to stand down on the city’s camping ban was a mistake.

18-year-old Idaho Springs man accused of seriously abusing newborn child

An 18-year-old Idaho Springs man is accused of seriously injuring his newborn child on Monday, leaving the 2-week-old with a fractured skull and other injuries.

Trial set for man charged in killing Colorado Springs firefighter

District Judge Barbara Hughes ruled that evidence in the slaying of retired Colorado Springs firefighter Daryl B. Ritz was persuasive enough to constitute the presumption Gustavo Torres-Gonzalez will be convicted at trial.

USDA to reopen offices closed after email threats

The Agriculture Department will reopen some offices Wednesday that were closed after an unspecified email threat.

Mild temperatures Wednesday with a slight chance for rain in Denver

Light winds, mild temperatures and a small chance for rain is forecast Wednesday for the Denver metro area.

Colorado takes top spots in new NEA arts-engagement study

Coloradans watch movies, visit art galleries, see plays and read books more than almost any other state in the U.S., according to a wide-ranging study released today from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Wild weather — lightning, hail, rain and winds — hits Denver area Tuesday night

The Denver area weather turned wild Tuesday night with widespread lightning, rain downpours, local flooding and hail in some areas.

Junior livestock sale at state fair nets about $500,000 for youth exhibitors

The annual Junior Livestock Sale at the Colorado State Fair raised more than $500,000 Tuesday afternoon in Pueblo.

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