The wreckage of the Continental Airlines jet sits in a ravine at Denver International Airport on Dec. 22, 2008. (Photo by David Zalubowski-Pool/Getty Images)

Settlement Reached With FAA Over Continental Crash At DIA

Passengers and some crew members involved in a Continental Airlines crash at Denver International Airport in 2008 have settled a major lawsuit with the Federal Aviation Administration.


Devin Nesdore with his mother Debra (credit: CBS)

Family Files Lawsuit After Deputy Fires Stun Gun At Teen

A mother has filed a lawsuit against an Adams County after a deputy used a stun gun on her son who has behavioral problems.


A view of Cinemark's Century Aurora theater on January 17, 2013 in Aurora (Photo by Marc Piscotty/Getty Images)

Judge Weighs In On Aurora Theater Shooting Suits

A federal magistrate judge is recommending the dismissal of some of the negligence and wrongful death claims filed against the owner of the Colorado movie theater where a gunman killed 12, but he says other claims can continue.


Two people sit across from the Century 16 movie theater on July 23, 2012 in Aurora, Colo. (credit: Joshua Lott/Getty Images)

2 More Lawsuits Filed Against Cinemark Theaters

There have been two more lawsuits filed against the Cinemark theater chain.


Nurses (credit: CBS)

Complaint Over Dressing In Hospital Scrubs Could Become Class Action Lawsuit

The complaint over putting on scrubs at a hospital could become a class action lawsuit.


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Lawsuit Challenges Company’s Firing Of Medical Marijuana Patient

There are still a lot of questions about how Amendment 64 will unfold in Colorado, and one of those is how workplaces will handle drug testing and employees.


A photo of Jimma Reat, left, and the scene of the crime (credit: CBS)

Family Of Murder Victim Sues City Of Denver, 911 Operator

The family of a man shot and killed after a 911 operator told him to come back into Denver is now suing the dispatcher and the city.


Chris Norris and his wife Lynn Fleury (credit: CBS)

Family Sues Over Inbounds Avalanche Death At Winter Park

A family says the Winter Park Ski Area needs to pay after a deadly avalanche. They’ve filed a lawsuit after a man died in a rare inbounds snow slide earlier this year.


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Judge Threatens To Seize Denver Police Records

A U.S. District Court judge is threatening to send U.S. marshals into Denver city offices to seize records sought in an excessive-force lawsuit filed against Denver police.


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Colorado Reaches Settlement With E-Trade

Colorado is joining other states in a settlement with E-Trade Securities over the sale of auction rate securities.





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