Denver District Court
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.
A Denver woman has been charged for allegedly lying to get out of jury duty.
An arraignment date has been set for a second person charged in an alleged scheme to occupy homes under foreclosure in Colorado. The homes remain occupied or are sometimes sold or rented.
The Colorado attorney general’s office has filed a lawsuit against a Highlands Ranch-based company accused of making misleading statements to recruit people to market its products.
A coalition of Indian tribes is welcoming a court ruling that tribes cannot be held in contempt for commercial ventures such as personal loans offered over the Internet.
A judge says that an ex-Denver sheriff’s deputy’s former job played no role in her sentencing him to probation for a sex offense.