Catholic Dioceses In Colorado To Pay Reparations To Sex Abuse VictimsThe Catholic diocese in Colorado will submit to a voluntary abuse review. The church will also pay reparations to victims.
Wells Fargo Pays $575 Million To Settle State InvestigationsWells Fargo will pay $575 million in a settlement with attorneys general from all 50 states and the District of Columbia that are investigating fake accounts opened without the knowledge of customers and a string of other dodgy practices.
Details In Colorado Lawsuit Against Big Pharma Now ReleasedThe state of Colorado is going after a major pharmaceutical company for its role in the opioid epidemic which is plaguing communities.
2 Colorado Residents Indicted In International Cocaine Ring, 134 Kilos SeizedA huge international cocaine bust netted 134 kilos of cocaine with a street value of more than $5.3 million. The cocaine trafficking organization was headed by two Colorado residents.
Stapleton, Lopez Knock Out Coffman In GOP Race For GovernorState Treasurer Walker Stapleton and businessman Greg Lopez are advancing to the Republican gubernatorial primary.
Colorado's AG Part Of Group Demanding Answers From ZuckerbergColorado's Attorney General Cynthia Coffman is among the 40 attorneys general who want answers from Facebook about user's privacy.
Colorado Springs Businessman Enters GOP Race For GovernorBarry Farah, a Colorado Springs businessman, has joined the Republican race for governor.
Johnston Qualifies For Colorado Gubernatorial PrimaryFormer Democratic state Sen. Mike Johnston has qualified for the party's June 26 primary for governor.
AG Opposes Compensation For Man Acquitted After Serving 28 Years In PrisonColorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman announced late Friday her decision to oppose awarding nearly $2 million to a Denver man who was wrongfully convicted of a brutal rape and beating.
AG Plans To Fight $1.9M Claim For Overturned ConvictionColorado's attorney general is fighting a claim for $1.9 million in compensation filed by a man who spent 28 years in prison for a rape conviction that was eventually overturned.
Republican, Democrat Gubernatorial Candidates Take On Big IssuesFor the first time, many of the people who want to be Colorado's next governor stood on the same stage together.
State Leaders: Rescinded Pot Policy Throws Colorado 'Into Limbo'State leaders and the cannabis industry responded Saturday to the decision by the Department of Justice to end a policy of not interfering with legal marijuana laws across the country.