Colorado Open Records Act
A bill to give the public more information about rapes, assaults and other crimes at the state’s youth detention facilities has won unanimous initial approval in the Colorado House.
The Colorado Supreme Court has sided with open-government advocates in a case over records and court costs.
The former chief deputy for the Douglas County Coroner’s Office has notified the coroner and the county he may file a lawsuit after he claims he was unfairly fired.
The Aspen Times is suing for access to documents about a former Basalt police chief.
The stage has been set for a revealing look at the suspect in the Aurora movie theater shootings after a judge lifted a gag order in the James Holmes case.
A CBS4 investigation has found that about one third of the members of the Denver Police Department’s elite Metro Swat Unit have been routinely flunking their semi-annual physical fitness exams.
The new Denver Art Museum building was plagued with a leaky roof that had to be replaced. Now CBS4 has learned the general contractor has settled with the city of Denver for $15 million.
Less than a year after requiring marijuana shops and growing operations to get local licenses, Boulder has rejected more than a third of the applicants.
An attorney for The Denver Post says that if former Gov. Bill Ritter doesn’t have to release a list of business calls he made on his personal cellphone while in office, it will provide a recipe for public officials to conduct government business in secret.
The city of Boulder is refusing to release copies of criminal background checks that it ran on people applying for medical marijuana business licenses.