Colorado Supreme Court
Gov. John Hickenlooper will join Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael Bender, Attorney General John Suthers and former Gov. Bill Ritter Monday to dedicate the new Ralph L. Carr Judicial Center.
Colorado’s top judge says the judicial branch is doing a better job keeping people out of jail.
Colorado’s nine electoral college voters cast their ballots at a ceremony at the state Capitol to ratify the results of the presidential race.
The attorney for a former University of Colorado professor who lost his appeal to get his job back after he compared some Sept. 11 victims with a Nazi said Monday he will appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Canceling classes because a student is legally carrying a gun is breaking the law, according to University of Colorado’s chancellor.
The University of Colorado is barring students with concealed carry permits from bringing guns into dorms on its Boulder campus.
A decision on maybe the biggest step in the court process in the investigation of theater shootings suspect James Holmes is a long way away — will prosecutors pursue the death penalty?
State attorneys say that school funding should be up to the Legislature, not the courts, in a filing Wednesday defending the state against a lawsuit over how it funds education that’s pending in the Colorado Supreme Court.
The Colorado Attorney General’s office is expected to file its arguments Wednesday against a lawsuit challenging how the Legislature funds schools in a case that’s being heard by the state Supreme Court later this year.
Fired University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill isn’t giving up. He took his case to the Colorado Supreme Court on Thursday.