Lawmakers At Odds Over State Division That Investigates DiscriminationThe group that investigates claims of discrimination in Colorado might lose its state funding.
Veteran's Chairlift Complaint Dismissed By Civil Rights CommissionThe state's Civil Rights Commission has dismissed a complaint filed by a veteran against Winter Park.
Army Veteran Wants To Take Service Dog On ChairliftA U.S. Army veteran from Colorado wants a ski area to grant her and her service dog access to ski lifts so they can join friends for dinner at the restaurant on top of the mountain, but that currently is forbidden.
State: Strip Club Sexually Harassed Worker, Fired Her When She ComplainedThe Colorado Civil Rights Division has ruled that Shotgun Willie's, an iconic Glendale strip club, sexually harassed a female employee and then fired her when she complained about the harassment.
Porn In Denver Firehouse Contributes To $75,000 PayoutThe City of Denver has paid a former female firefighter $75,000 to settle her claims after she said she experienced repeated sexual harassment on the job.
Colorado Officials Say Gay-Cake Ban Did Not Violate RightsA Castle Rock religious leader said he plans to appeal after the Colorado Civil Rights Division rejected his arguments that a bakery discriminated against his religion when it refused to make a cake with a gay slur.
Transgender Girl Crowned Homecoming Princess In Colorado SpringsA transgender girl was crowned homecoming princess at a Colorado Springs, Colorado, high school.
Rights Case Ruling Favors Transgender 6-Year-OldColorado officials say a suburban Colorado Springs school district discriminated against a 6-year-old transgender girl by preventing her from using the girls' bathroom.
Denver Club Settles Discrimination ComplaintThe operator of the Chloe nightclub in downtown Denver is settling an allegation that it denied a black woman and her friends entry in August.