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The charges were made by Police Detective Leslie Branch-Wise who used to work on Hancock's security detail.
CPR’s Grace Hood and Ben Markus have been reporting this story all year, and tell Colorado Matters about what’s changed in Firestone.
The Fort Collins native tells Colorado Matters he somehow finds time to write and record his own music.
The annual Denver Auto Show just kicked off at the Colorado Convention Center where it’s evident that car makers are trying to attract younger drivers.
The play debuts in Denver Friday, and the opening also marks the debut of Campbell's Emancipation Theater Company.
This week the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, Scott Pruitt, announced the federal government would rollback emissions standards for automobiles.
While a surplus has eased tensions among lawmakers jockeying for priorities, it also has them scrambling for the extra dollars.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife, which leases 30 percent of the public lands it manages, doesn't have the money to pay for those leases.
Social activist Sheldon Steinhauser, who lives in Denver, looks back 50 years on the anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.