Judge Asks Feds To Reconsider Passport For Intersex CitizenA federal judge on Tuesday asked the U.S. State Department to reconsider its decision to deny a passport to a Colorado resident who does not identify as either male or female.
Some Theater Shooting Victims Appeal Dismissal Of Cinemark SuitSome victims of a 2012 shooting at an Aurora movie theater are appealing a judge's decision to scrap their lawsuits against the theater chain.
Judge: Pot Credit Union Can't Access Nation's Banking SystemA judge has dismissed a lawsuit that sought federal approval for a credit union aimed at serving marijuana businesses in Colorado, saying allowing it "would facilitate criminal activity."
Colorado Pot Banking Case Tests Federal Drug RulesA marijuana banking case set for arguments Monday is testing the federal government's stated goal of addressing the cash-only nature of the quasi-legal pot industry.
Feds Block Push By Colorado To Create Pot BankColorado's attempt to create a bank to service its marijuana industry has suffered another setback by the federal government and could be facing an impossible dilemma.
Environmentalists Challenging Some Of West's Largest MinesBoosted by a recent victory in Colorado, an environmental group is expanding its legal campaign to try stop coal mining because of climate change by challenging permits for some of the largest mines in the West.
Judge OKs Environmental Review Of Colorado Coal MineA federal judge has signed off on a plan for a new environmental review at another northwestern Colorado coal mine.
2nd Colorado Coal Mine To Get Environmental Re-DoAnother northwestern Colorado coal mine is set to get a new environmental review after environmentalists challenged its permit.
RMNP Rangers: Area Where Henthorn Took Wife ‘Obscure… Unusual’Two National Park Rangers testified Wednesday that the spot in Rocky Mountain National Park where Harold Henthorn took his wife and where she fell to her death in 2012 was "obscure" according to one and ‘unusual’ according to a second ranger.
Henthorn Dispatcher: ‘Didn’t Feel Like He Was Doing CPR’On the opening day of the murder trial for Harold Henthorn, a 911 dispatcher testified that after Henthorn’s wife Toni fell nearly 140 feet, and as the dispatcher was walking him through doing CPR, she came to the conclusion he wasn’t actually trying to save his wife’s life at all.
Opening Statements Begin In Murder Trial Of Man Accused Of Pushing Wife Off CliffTestimony began on Tuesday in the murder trial of a Highlands Ranch man accused of pushing his second wife to her death off a cliff in Rocky Mountain National Park on their wedding anniversary.
Henthorn Judge Says Murder Trial Will Be ‘A Doozy’On the first day of jury selection for Harold Henthorn, the Highlands Ranch man charged with killing his second wife, Federal Judge R. Brooke Jackson told about fifty prospective jurors the upcoming trial "will be a doozy."