Curses! Foiled Again: Colorado Company Loses Bid For Marvel Superhero RightsA Colorado company lost its latest fight against Disney over the rights to Marvel's iconic comic book characters Tuesday when a federal appeals court ruled it could not claim ownership to certain superheroes such as Spider-Man and Iron Man.
Appeals Court To Mull Colorado Man’s ‘Guns In Post Offices’ CaseThe U.S. Postal Service and a rural Colorado man will argue in court Wednesday over where on postal property people can legally carry guns.
Appeals Court Upholds Snowmass Ski ProjectA federal appeals court has upheld a U.S. Forest Service decision allowing new ski terrain on Burnt Mountain in the Snowmass ski area near Aspen.
Gay Marriage Emerges As Issue In Colorado’s Attorney General RaceThe Democrats' candidate for Colorado attorney general says the state's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage violates the constitutional rights of gay couples and that the law shouldn't be defended.
Appeals Court Sides With Colorado Student's FamilyA federal appeals court says a couple can get reimbursement from a Colorado school district for their costs of placing their daughter in an educational institution in Idaho.
Presidential Hopeful Won't Be On Colorado BallotA naturalized citizen who wanted to run for president despite not being American-born has lost his bid to get on the ballot in Colorado.
US Appeals Court Asked To Rehear Roadless CaseThe state of Wyoming and the Colorado Mining Association want a federal court in Denver to reconsider a rule prohibiting roads on nearly 50 million acres of land in national forests across the United States.
Chuck E. Cheese Killer On Death Row Loses Appeal On BurglaryA man on death row for the slayings of four people at a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant in Aurora has lost an attempt to challenge his conviction in a separate robbery.
Roadless Ruling Raises Doubt Over Oil, Gas LeasesA federal appeals court ruling upholding a 2001 rule protecting national forest roadless areas is raising doubts about the status of oil and gas leases issued while the court case was pending.
US Appeals Court Sides With Copper Mountain ResortAn appeals court has ruled in favor of Copper Mountain Resort in a lawsuit filed by a doctor who says he was injured skiing off a cornice that should have been marked as freestyle terrain.