Trump's Judge Pick Withdraws After Being Unable To Answer Basic Legal QuestionsMatthew Petersen became an internet sensation after the video of his confirmation hearing was posted online.
Lawsuit Filed After Inmate Gouges Own Eyes Out31 year old Ryan Partridge is blind after gouging out his own eyes while behind bars.
Judge Denies Request For Restraining Order In Rocky Flats CaseA judge has denied a request by environmental groups for a temporary restraining order to keep Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge closed until more evidence proves the area is safe.
Rocky Flats Plan To Hit A Roadblock Due To LawsuitWith the potential for wide public access just a year away, several activist groups are suing to keep Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge closed until more evidence proves it’s safe.
Jury: $50,000 To Ex-Denver Inmate Slammed Against WindowA federal jury has awarded $50,000 to a former Denver jail inmate who was slammed into a courtroom wall by a sheriff's deputy in 2012.
Colorado Man Gets Probation For Nebraska Tractor Sale SchemeA Colorado man has been given five years of probation for a tractor sale scheme in Nebraska.
'My Drug Habit Spiraled Out Of Control': Man Sentenced For RobberiesA man who went on a crime spree in Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo with a gun last year and injured a fast-food worker is headed to prison for almost six years.
Ex-Employee Files Lawsuit Against Whole Foods For Alleged LGBTQ DiscriminationA woman in Boulder has filed a lawsuit against Whole Foods Market alleging harassment and discrimination based on her sexual orientation.
Man Who Kissed Flight Attendant & Caused Other Disruptions Gets Prison TimeA man now living in Colorado Springs has been sentenced to prison after being found guilty of disrupting a flight to Denver International Airport.
'Spice' Kingpin Gets 5 Years In Federal PrisonA U.S. District Court judge in Denver has sentenced a man accused of distributing synthetic marijuana -- or spice -- around the country.
Lawsuit: Immigrants Got $1 A Day For Work At Private Prison In AuroraImmigrants who were detained at an Aurora facility while they awaited deportation proceedings are suing the private company that held them, alleging they were paid $1 a day to do janitorial work.
Colorado Asks Court To Dismiss Sheriff's Pot LawsuitSheriffs in Colorado and two other states may not like legal marijuana, but they don't have the ability to force Colorado not to allow it, Colorado argued Friday in a motion asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit from 10 county sheriffs in Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska.