Federal prosecutors in Colorado, across the U.S. sue Walmart over role in opioid crisis
The Justice Department alleges Walmart violated federal law by selling thousands of prescriptions for controlled substances that its pharmacists "knew were invalid"
Colorado spearheads 35-state lawsuit accusing Google of operating a search-engine monopoly
Attorney General Phil Weiser is employing his experience in antitrust cases. This is the second major lawsuit announced this month that Weiser is helping lead against a tech company.
Colorado leads lawsuit from federal government, states accusing Facebook of “predatory” conduct
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser is on the executive committee of attorneys general conducting the probe
National Park Service faces $270M wrongful death claim after gate decapitates Colorado woman
Claim says gate penetrated car of a Denver man and his new wife during a strong windstorm at Utah's Arches National Park.
Discount cigarette makers file federal lawsuit seeking to invalidate part of Colorado’s Proposition EE
The companies say the so-called minimum-price provision unfairly benefits premium tobacco brands, like Philip Morris USA, whose parent company, Altria, helped negotiate the language in the ballot measure
Homeless challenge Denver encampment sweeps in federal court
The lawsuit names Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and other city officials and police officers as defendants but also Gov. Jared Polis for allegedly encouraging the sweep of an encampment of a park near the state Capitol this summer
After lawsuit from Colorado and other states, Utah asks Trump administration to delay decision on tapping Lake Powell
Utah cited the need to consider roughly 14,000 public comments on a draft environmental impact statement, released in June by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, for the Lake Powell pipeline project
Federal court orders Postal Service to stop sending Coloradans flyer containing incorrect mail-in voting information
The order came after Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold, a Democrat, earlier in the day filed a lawsuit to halt the flyers from being delivered
Colorado, five other states promise lawsuits if feds fast-track approval of Utah’s Lake Powell Pipeline project
Decades of collaborative agreements between the states that rely on the Colorado River could be threatened by the Trump Administration plan to expedite review of Utah’s diversion project
Mayhem continues at Granby Ranch as new owner takes over Grand County ski and golf community
Granby Prentice Granby Holdings sent a letter early Wednesday to the roughly 800 owners of property at the 5,000-acre Grand County ski and golf resort explaining it is terminating a 15-year deal with them
Patrick Neville, Michelle Malkin file lawsuit challenging Colorado’s mask-wearing mandate. It likely faces a steep hill.
The mask mandate was issued by Gov. Jared Polis on July 17 after saying earlier that such a requirement was unenforceable.
Marlboro’s owners negotiated Colorado’s proposed tobacco tax hike — and it could help them dominate the cigarette market
The ballot question, if approved by voters in November, would require a pack of cigarettes to be sold for no less than $7 starting in January. That could effectively hand more market share to Altria.
Jonathan Sackler, co-owner of Purdue Pharma and target of Colorado lawsuit, dies
Colorado is among the states that named Jonathan Sackler in its lawsuit seeking damages for Purdue's alleged role in the state's opioid crisis.
“It was completely unprovoked”: Protester shot in the face with pepper ball by Denver police demands accountability
The Denver Police Department says they are aware of the incident, captured in a viral video, and are investigating. Darrell Hampton, 27, says he has no idea why he was shot.
Colorado, Denver join 25 other cities and states in suing EPA for relaxing clean-car rule
The EPA’s final rule also could impact Colorado’s zero-emissions mandate
Two lawsuits filed against Colorado governor’s decision to allow signature collection through email, mail
One of the groups suing is Due Date Too Late, which wants to ask voters in November to ban abortions in Colorado after 22 weeks. The other is Colorado Concern, whose members are business leaders in the state.
Colorado sues Trump administration over mandate that insurance companies send separate bill for abortion coverage
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser says the policy is an administrative nightmare that intentionally confuses people
Judge: Federal government’s lawsuit against Durango railroad over 2018 wildfire should proceed
In July, the U.S. government named the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad as the cause of the 416 Fire
The definitive guide to Colorado’s history-making, fan-angering, TV landscape-shifting winter sports blackout
While the Altitude-Comcast impasse ends up in federal court, Nuggets and Avalanche faithful find work-arounds to watch their teams. But the sports broadcast business model is in flux.
Lawsuit seeks suspension of drilling permits in Colorado until regulations are updated
Colorado Rising attorney Joe Salazar said the Denver District Court complaint alleges the state is issuing drilling permits under rules made obsolete by a new law