Suspected gunman in 2015 Planned Parenthood shooting federally indicted after four years of stalled state case
Colorado's U.S. Attorney's Office announced the 68-count indictment on Monday. Robert Lewis Dear Jr. could face the death penalty in the case.
Man charged in Pueblo synagogue bomb plot pleads not guilty in federal court
Richard Holzer, 27, was arrested Nov. 1 after the FBI said he accepted what turned out to be phony pipe bombs and dynamite from undercover agents to bomb Temple Emanuel in Pueblo
Former Westminster cop pleads guilty to violating civil rights of woman he sexually assaulted on duty
Curtis Arganbright, 42, faces up to 10 years in federal prison when he is sentenced in March
Ex-Colorado cop, whose 90-day jail sentence for unlawful sexual contact drew outrage, charged with federal civil rights violation
Curtis Lee Arganbright faces up to 10 years in federal prison if convicted in a rare federal intervention in a case involving a Colorado police officer
Colorado woman gets prison for fatal heroin sale after U.S. attorney vows to treat overdose deaths as homicides
Kayla Pagano of Westminster learned her sentence Wednesday in Denver in the death of an unidentified woman in May 2018
Judge vacates part of protection decision on cutthroat trout species found in Colorado, New Mexico
The Rio Grande cutthroat was the first North American trout to be recorded by Spanish explorers centuries ago.
Colorado attorney general asks federal appellate court to reconsider revival of lawsuit challenging TABOR
The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals revived the legal action, dating back to 2011, with a ruling in July
A Colorado lawmaker has agreed to stop blocking people on social media after being sued. But the ACLU wanted more.
The legal challenge targeting state Sen. Ray Scott, a Republican from Mesa County, will cost taxpayers $25,000
Colorado’s presidential electors don’t have to vote for candidate who wins the state, federal appeals court rules
The decision in the “faithless electors” case could have major ramifications for future presidential elections in the U.S. and could ultimately go to the U.S. Supreme Court for review
Boulder man searched for Colorado synagogues and mosques, said he “wanted the white race to win,” search warrant says
Wesley Gilreath is being held for investigation of child pornography. He tried to buy a gun and had notes on his cellphone about explosives.
Colorado child porn suspect posted “hunting guide” online listing mosque and synagogue addresses
Federal prosecutors have charged 29-year-old Wesley Gilreath with possessing hundreds of photos and videos of child pornography
Federal court revives long-fought lawsuit in Colorado challenging TABOR
In a 2-1 decision, the appeals court said the local governments do have a right to sue. The court didn't rule on the merits of the lawsuit.
AG Phil Weiser backs Philly in lawsuit over supervised-drug-use sites, even if Colorado’s effort is stalled
Weiser joined attorneys general from six other states in filing a friend-of-the-court brief in support of the Philadelphia non-profit Safehouse
Democrat attorneys general are among Trump’s largest roadblocks. Where does Colorado’s Phil Weiser fit in?
Colorado’s attorney general has already filed or joined eight lawsuits against the Trump administration. Phil Weiser says he is simply trying to protect the state, but some Republican critics argue he’s going too far.
Here are all the lawsuits against the Trump administration Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser has joined
The Democrat has joined or filed eight lawsuits against the Trump administration. He has filed seven more briefs in support of challenges to the president’s policies.
Authorities raid 247 Colorado homes, seize more than 80,000 marijuana plants in years-long operation targeting black market pot
State and federal officials said the nearly three-year investigation showed that illegal marijuana trafficking mushroomed after voters approved recreational use in 2012
Did the Colorado Supreme Court just throw the state’s marijuana-legalization regime into question? The chief justice seems to think so.
A case about drug-sniffing dogs could turn into a watershed moment in Colorado marijuana law. Or not. Legal experts are split.
Colorado’s new U.S. attorney wants law enforcement to treat overdose deaths as homicides as he focuses on opioids
Jason Dunn, appointed by President Trump, laid out some of his office’s redoubled tactics in an interview with The Colorado Sun -- his most extensive remarks to the news media since taking office
Clarence Moses-EL’s federal lawsuit against Denver for overturned rape conviction is dismissed
The judge ruled Clarence Moses-EL's experience was "horrifyingly unjust," but she said the 2017 lawsuit did not demonstrate a violation of his constitutional rights.
Latest legal challenge by Masterpiece Cakeshop baker can continue, judge rules
Jack Phillips claims discrimination as Colorado commission says he violated civil rights by refusing to make a cake celebrating a gender transition