Group's Battle With Townhome Developer Heading To Supreme CourtAfter a two-year battle, residents in Denver’s Crestmoor neighborhood are taking their fight against a townhome developer all the way to the state Supreme Court.
Family Fights For Justice After Grandmother Dies At Nursing Home FacilityA former nurse's assistant who allegedly threw a dementia patient against a concrete wall, shattering her femur and contributing to her death, went before a judge Thursday, nearly three years after the incident.
City Council Puts Fracking Moratorium On HoldA moratorium on hydraulic fracturing in Broomfield is now indefinitely postponed.
Broomfield To Debate Moratorium On Oil, Gas DevelopmentBroomfield city leaders are expected to vote on whether to enact a 5-month moratorium on oil and gas development on Tuesday. That moratorium would impact a current plan to build 139 new horizontal hydraulic fracturing wells near homes.
Lawmakers Deny AG Office's Budget Request Following Fracking LawsuitColorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman has filed a lawsuit against the City of Boulder to lift its moratorium on hydraulic fracturing, and now state lawmakers are not allowing more funding for her office.
Colorado Attorney General Sues County On Drilling MoratoriumColorado's attorney general is asking a court to overturn Boulder County's moratorium on oil and gas drilling, saying it violates state law and a state Supreme Court ruling.
Bomb Threats Investigated At CourthousesSeveral bomb threats were called in to courthouses along the Front Range on Monday afternoon.
Boulder County Keeps Drilling Moratorium Despite WarningBoulder County did not drop its moratorium on oil and gas drilling Friday as Attorney General Cynthia Coffman demanded, a county official said, potentially setting up a court battle.
Denver Judge Remains President Trump's Lead Candidate For Supreme CourtCBS News reported Saturday that Judge Neil Gorsuch of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver is the leading candidate for the U.S. Supreme Court vacancy.
Colorado Court Says Cops Can Destroy Pot, Not Save ItColorado police can resume destroying marijuana seized in a criminal investigation, thanks a state Supreme Court ruling that reverses years of requirements that police store marijuana as personal property.
Broomfield Delays Vote On Oil & Gas Development MoratoriumBroomfield city leaders delayed a vote on whether to enact a 5-month moratorium on oil and gas development.
Colorado High Court Declines Electors' Appeal To Switch VoteThe Colorado Supreme Court won't hear a last-ditch appeal to let the state's electors vote for someone besides Hillary Clinton.