Friendly Robber Cancels Stickup With Thumbs-Up After Recognizing Victim

Andy Cush · 01/15/15 03:19PM

On Tuesday, a lucky convenience store worker in Wheat Ridge, Colo., was spared a stickup when the guy who was planning to clean him out recognized his face. "(Expletive)," the would-be robber allegedly said (What expletive?). "I was going to rob this place, but I know you."

Scheming Mom Tricked Son Into Thinking He Had Cancer to Raise Thousands

Aleksander Chan · 11/26/14 03:22PM

Sandy Nguyen was sentenced Tuesday to 90 days in jail, five years probation, and 125 hours of community service for admitting to having collected tens of thousands of dollars after convincing friends, family, and her own son that he was dying of leukemia. Nguyen would apparently shave her son Jaiden's head every day before school to keep up the ruse.

Best Taco Truck Ever Was Also Selling Meth

Enid Shaw · 09/22/14 06:53PM

A Colorado taco truck — arguably the greatest taco truck in Colorado or anywhere else — has been driven out of business by people who disapproved of its business model. That model: selling methamphetamine in addition to tacos, a move which presumably delighted its customers, but seems to have really displeased the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Colorado state police.

Aleksander Chan · 07/09/14 08:13PM

Adams County District Court Judge C. Scott Crabtree ruled that Colorado's ban on gay marriage—voted on and approved in 2006—unconstitutional Wednesday. The judge issued a stay on his ruling pending appeals. He also ruled that same-sex marriages performed outside of the state should be recognized.

Colorado Attorney General Sues to Stop Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

Aleksander Chan · 07/03/14 08:40PM

Colorado Attorney General John Suthers is suing Boulder County Clerk Hillary Hall, who has been issuing same-sex marriage licenses while same-sex marriage is still technically banned in the state. Hall has argued that the ruling by the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals last month that struck down Utah's ban on gay marriage keeps her in the clear, because the court's jurisdiction covers Colorado and five other surrounding states.