State Supreme Court's Fracking Ruling Will Have Dramatic Impact On Limiting EffortsThe Colorado Supreme Court on Monday struck down local hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, bans and moratoriums. The ruling will have a dramatic impact on efforts to limit the controversial method of producing oil and gas.
Colorado Supreme Court Strikes Down Local Fracking BansThe Colorado Supreme Court has struck down attempts by two cities to ban or delay fracking.
State Supreme Court Lets Ruling Stand On Bakery That Turned Away Gay CoupleThe Colorado Supreme Court decided to let an appellate court ruling that a bakery violated the state's anti-discrimination law when it turned away a gay couple stand by refusing to hear the case.
Judge: Colorado Springs Clinic Shooting Documents Should Stay SealedThe judge overseeing the case of a man charged with killing three people at a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic says details of the shooting should stay sealed.
Boulder Immigration Attorney Disbarred After Felony Theft ConvictionAn immigration attorney in Boulder has been disbarred after she was convicted of cheating immigrant families out of thousands of dollars.
High Court To Decide If Inmate, Released 90 Years Early, Should Be Sent Back To PrisonThe Colorado Supreme Court is considering whether to free a convict who was sent back to prison after he was mistakenly released 90 years early.
Fracking Battle Goes To Colorado's Supreme CourtColorado's loud public battle over fracking goes before the state Supreme Court on Wednesday
Colorado Remains In EPA Lawsuit After Partisan SpatColorado's high court is refusing to get involved in a partisan spat between Colorado's Democratic governor and Republican attorney general regarding an air pollution lawsuit.
Magna Carta On Display At Colorado Supreme CourtThe Magna Carta is one display in Denver this month, 800 years after King John of England sealed the document.
Hickenlooper Tests AG Coffman's Power To Sue Federal GovernmentGov. John Hickenlooper asked the Colorado Supreme Court on Wednesday to rule that he, not the state's attorney general, has the final say on whether to sue the federal government.
Gov. Hickenlooper Questions Attorney General Clean Air SuitGov. John Hickenlooper said Monday he will ask the Colorado Supreme Court whether it was legal for the state attorney general to sue the federal government over new air pollution rules.
Debate Over Gay Wedding Cake Goes To Colorado High CourtA Lakewood baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple is asking the Colorado Supreme Court to reverse judges' rulings concluding that his decision amounts to discrimination.