Molly Hughes brings you the stories making headlines today, Oct. 21, 2014, with a news update from DPTV, featuring a response from Afrikka Hardy's mother after her daughter was killed by a serial killer in Illinois, the latest Colorado unemployment numbers and testing out Apple Pay.
When Starbucks enabled its mobile app to let customers pay for lattes with their phone, I ditched plastic and converted immediately. So, when Apple said last week that it had convinced major banks and retailers to let customers pay with their iPhones, I had to join the revolution.
Citizens United, the conservative group behind the new film "Rocky Mountain Heist," can run ads promoting the movie but still risk answering for it in court, the Colorado Secretary of State's Office said.
Colorado's health department proposed an industry-spinning ban on the sales of nearly all forms of edible marijuana at recreational pot shops Monday but then quickly backed away from the plan amid an industry outcry and questions over legality.
The Gunnison Police Department on Tuesday reaffirmed their finding that a 20-year-old Western State Colorado University wrestler's death earlier this year was suicide, saying their investigation is complete.