Five Westminster Police Department officers will not face criminal charges in the April shooting death of a suspected car thief because the suspect fired a gun toward the head of one officer who was trying to pull him from the car, the 17th Judicial District Attorney said.
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Two more women have filed separate federal civil lawsuits against a former Vail doctor, joining a growing number of his former patients claiming he misdiagnosed them with incurable multiple sclerosis and then treated them for years with invasive medications that caused severe side effects.
The University of Colorado paid a former female staffer in the Leeds School of Business $40,000 in 2013 in exchange for her dropping a federal gender discrimination complaint.
A federal judge has thrown cold water on a lawsuit that claimed Starbucks defrauded customers by adding ice to its cold beverages.
Environmentalists have launched a legal fight challenging federal government leasing to oil and gas companies of nearly 400,000 acres of public land in Wyoming, Utah and Colorado.
A group of homeless people have sued Denver, claiming the city has systematically forced the homeless out of the downtown area, illegally taken and destroyed their possessions and violated their civil rights in an inhumane and vindictive way.
The Colorado Office of State Auditor is suing Great Outdoors Colorado to force a performance audit of the grant program, which GOCO says jeopardizes its constitutionally provided independence from state meddling.
A federal appeals court says law enforcement officials in Kansas cannot stop and search motorists for having nothing more than out-of-state license plates from states that have legalized marijuana.
The city of Denver has agreed to pay $200,000 to one of Mayor Michael Hancock’s former top aides to settle a federal lawsuit filed after the aide was fired amid sexual harassment claims.
A Connecticut state worker fired after he was caught smoking marijuana on the job was punished too harshly and should get his job back, the state Supreme Court ruled Friday.