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Republican Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler, a potential gubernatorial contender, was admonished Thursday by an ethics panel over spending office funds to attend political events, a black eye to his candidacy before it’s officially launched.
Attorneys for convicted killer Nathan Dunlap are puzzling over their next step in three potentially significant court cases after Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper granted Dunlap an unprecedented temporary reprieve.
The American Civil Liberties Union is suing state prisons officials to force them to identify the drugs and procedures they plan to use for the execution of Nathan Dunlap scheduled in August.
A doctor accused of submitting false bills for reimbursement from Colorado’s Medicaid program and Medicare has been ordered to serve 200 hours of public service, plus two years of supervised probation.
Colorado has filed a lawsuit alleging that Standard & Poor’s inflated its ratings on risky mortgage investments that helped trigger the 2008 financial crisis.
A woman who admitted she stole money from a charity that used calendars of firefighters to raise money for The Children’s Hospital burn unit is heading to jail.
Five years after an undercover CBS4 investigation into door-to-door magazine sales a judge has taken dramatic action.
The Colorado Court of Appeals was scheduled to hear an appeal to reinstate Douglas County’s controversial voucher program on Monday afternoon.
A dispute over how to describe marijuana legalization to Colorado voters is on hold.
The Colorado Mining Association is considering whether to appeal the dismissal of its lawsuit challenging a regional haze plan, which state officials approved to help meet national air quality standards.