Oct 5, 2012
Reputed head of Montreal Mafia released in Colorado
A man alleged to have once been a powerful figure in Montreal's mafia was released Friday from a federal prison in Colorado after serving half of a 10-year sentence in a racketeering case.
PUC has been fighting conflict-of-interest charges
The Colorado Public Utilities Commission in the past year has been the target of a series of charges of conflict of interest - leveled at it by special-interest groups and politicians.
Final arguments offered on Pueblo-to-Alamosa power line
Opponents and backers of a proposed power line linking Pueblo to Alamosa kept their punches flying even as the final bell on arguments rang Monday.
Future Of South-Central Colo. Power Line
The Colorado Public Utilities Commission planned a session on a request for records of meetings, discussions and correspondence over the last two years on a proposed transmission line in south-central Colorado.
CA affirms cops' relief, suspension over Failon case
MANILA, Philippines The Court of Appeals has dismissed the petition filed by a police officer seeking to nullify an order issued by the National Police Commission that imposed a 6-month suspension against her and 5 other police officers in connection with death of the wife of television and radio news anchor Ted Failon.