The family of a man shot to death after a controversial 911 call last year has suffered a legal blow.
Chevron Corp. has agreed to drop a Colorado consulting firm and two of the firm’s employees from a fraud and racketeering lawsuit.
A chilling 911 audio recording from last year and obtained by CBS4 this week portrays the panic in a Denver-area man’s voice the night his brother was shot to death.
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.
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 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.
There have been two more lawsuits filed against the Cinemark theater chain.
The complaint over putting on scrubs at a hospital could become a class action lawsuit.
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.
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.