4 Women Frontier Pilots Want New Policies For Moms At WorkFour women pilots who fly for Frontier want the airline to change policies on maternity leave and make it easier for new mothers to pump breast milk once they have returned to work.
Discrimination Lawsuit Against City And County Of Denver Heads To TrialA class action lawsuit nearly a decade in the making against the City and County of Denver will go to trial Monday morning.
Workers Say Luxury Vail Resort Allowed Sexual HarassmentMexican workers at a luxury condo association in Vail say a manager sexually harassed and threatened them for months before they finally mustered the courage to inform higher-ups at the timeshare in the wealthy ski resort town.
Colorado Potato Packing Plant Settles Sex Harassment SuitThe operators of a Colorado potato packing plant have agreed to pay nearly a half million dollars to settle accusations that it tolerated the sexual harassment of more than a dozen of its female workers for over a decade.
Fired Reporter Who Killed Former Coworkers On Live TV Admired Columbine ShootersVester Lee Flanagan, who mentioned admiration for the gunmen in mass killings at Columbine HIgh School, took video that shows him killing his former coworkers.
Former High-Ranking Finance Executive At DIA Withdraws Appeal Of TerminationCBS4 has learned that Laura Trujillo, a high-ranking finance executive at Denver International Airport who was fired last month, has now withdrawn her appeal of that termination.
DIA Financial Director Fired, Accused of Falsifying CredentialsDenver International Airport’s financial director in the Finance and Accounting Division, Laura Trujillo, has been fired, accused by airport authorities of fabricating her academic and financial credentials for years.
Hispanic Custodians On Auraria Campus Claim DiscriminationA group of Hispanic custodians at the Auraria Campus in downtown Denver are claiming they are victims of discrimination.
Durango Firm Settles Age Discrimination SuitA Colorado company has agreed to pay a total of $90,000 to two men to settle an age discrimination lawsuit.
Western Sugar To Pay $550,000 In Discrimination ClaimThe federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says Western Sugar Cooperative has agreed to pay $550,000 to settle a complaint that it discriminated against women.

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