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A Christmas Crime Story So Bizarre It’s Hard to Choose Where to Begin

Carrie Carley, 42, had been noticing that her 18-year-old husband, Jeremy Lewallen, was taking walks in their Colorado Springs, Colorado, neighborhood in the middle of night, usually around 2 or 3 a.m.

Man Living In Sports Bar Ceiling Trips Water Main, Gets Stuck In Wall

A man secretly living in the ceiling of a restaurant and bar in Denver managed to flood his home and get stuck in a wall as he tried to evade capture.

Hershey Sues Edible Marijuana Company For Over These Similar Candy Labels

The Hershey Co. has sued a Colorado marijuana edibles maker, claiming it makes four pot-infused candies that too closely resemble iconic products of the chocolate maker.

NREL: What secret gov’t agencies do when its employees threaten to kill reporters

A secret government energy lab here went on heightened alert after one of its employees used Twitter to threaten mass murder against Watchdog reporters, according to internal memos and emails received under the Freedom of Information Act.

Rescued from historic flood, Colo. man may sue “heroes”

A Colorado man who was saved in a dramatic rescue last September during the state’s historic flooding could soon sue his rescuers.

House Republicans Act to Close ‘Pot Shop Loophole,’ Says Welfare is for Need, not Weed

Reports that welfare debit cards are being used to withdraw cash at pot shop ATMs has prompted some Colorado Republicans to draft legislation to prevent misuse of the food stamp funds.

Colorado prison director to reform solitary confinement after enduring it himself

Colorado prison inmates who have spent time in solitary confinement should prepare to see their conditions change after the new executive director of the state’s department of corrections said spending 20 hours in isolation has inspired him to reform it.

Convicted child rapist flees Denver halfway house after ankle monitor cut

A convicted child rapist apparently cut off his ankle monitor and left a Colorado group home where he was serving parole, a state official said.

Colorado’s legal pot market far exceeds tax expectations

Recreational pot sales were always expected to give Colorado some sort of economic boost, but the latest budget proposal by state Governor John Hickenlooper suggests the returns are going to be even higher than originally estimated.

2 missing skiers found dead after Colorado avalanche

Two skiers missing after a weekend avalanche in the Colorado mountains were found dead Sunday, authorities said.

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