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Pot smokers may be able to light up a joint in any of those places on private property in Aurora. That's the recommendation from a city committee Tuesday studying recreational marijuana regulations. Unlike Denver, which wrung its hands for weeks and
India should prepare itself for mass casualty events and involve citizens in reporting "early warning signals", police officials from the US have advised their Indian counterparts in a presentation on the Colorado shooting incident inside a movie
Aurora police arrested a man they suspect kidnapped an 8-year-old girl from her bedroom on Monday. John Stanley Snorsky, 26, of Aurora has been charged with first- and second-degree burglary and second-degree kidnapping, according to Aurora police...
Kenneth Murphy said in the lawsuit filed Tuesday that Oates violated his First Amendment rights when he demoted him in June to the rank of commander. The move came less than a month after Murphy told the city's Civil Service Commission that he would
Officer Randy Carroll shot Juan Contreras after police said he punched the officer in the face and pulled a knife on him outside the Family Dollar store at East Colfax Avenue and Peoria Street. Carroll went there after a 78-year-old woman called
Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan's proposal to create an independent police monitor received a cool reception Tuesday from a City Council committee. The Public Safety Committee agreed to further study the issue, but not before voicing concerns over cost,
The police department in Aurora, Colo., made a "big mistake," destroying DNA evidence from at least 48 rape cases, Police Chief Dan Oates says. Oates announced the inadvertent destruction at a news conference Tuesday, The Denver Post reported.
Font Resize The Denver Post A former Aurora Police division chief is accusing Chief Dan Oates of demoting him because he testified that he disagrees with the chief's discipline of another officer. Kenneth Murphy's demotion to the rank of commander is
Two years after the Adams County Sheriff capped the number of municipal offenders who can be housed at the county jail, police chiefs from five cities said Tuesday the issue has become a threat to public safety. Until now, the chiefs have been mostly
Davis facing the uneasy prospect of a new City Hall boss while riding a wave of popularity for his response to the Boston Marathon bombings is brushing off questions about his future. My future that's a call for the future, Davis told the Herald...I