Nationwide, the total number dropped by 1.7 million people since 2007.
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The adult suspect's next hearing was set for Sept. 24 through 26.
The 30 sheriffs who signed onto the court filing this week — nearly half of all of them in Colorado — say people should be able to have the same magazines that police can have.
The Department of Homeland Security Inspector General made unannounced visits to four immigrant detention facilities last year, including the ICE Processing Center in Aurora.
The U.S. attorney, nominated by President Trump a year ago, must pick and choose which cases his office will pursue.
“By filing separately, we are taking the state out of the equation,” said attorney Paula Greisen.
The Greeley Police Department cites the former state representative for giving an underage woman alcohol, but are not moving forward with the more serious allegation of sexual assault.
Officials say the financial penalty is the first of its kind in Colorado's federal court district and among the first nationally intended to help people with substance addictions.
But of course TSA does, and DIA says you can’t have weed on the premises.
Prosecutors say they learned about the man's attempt to flee the scene of the fiery collision that killed four people on I-70 in April after Rogel Lazaro Aguilera-Mederos, 23, was released Saturday night after paying bond.
An Uber driver convicted of a misdemeanor sex crime could have faced a felony charge, but since the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office decided not to request a rape exam, the charge was not pursued.
John Smyly resigned his police role on May 9 but will remain an employee through February without performing any work.
He’s leading a host of attorneys general from around the U.S. in asking a federal court to allow such designations for people who identify as neither male nor female.
STEM School Shooting Suspects Face Multiple Murder, Criminal Counts; Juvenile Will Be Charged As Adult
District Attorney George Brauchler said he has done no analysis on whether to pursue the death penalty in Erickson’s case.
Anonymous sources told The Associated Press that law enforcement officials are investigating why the guard opened fire and if the shot wounded a student.