Can an elected coroner be held liable for the destruction of key evidence -- a piece of a dead man's aorta -- needed in a medical malpractice lawsuit? That's the six-figure question at the heart of a federal claim against Adams County and James Hibbard, its former coroner. Hibbard hasn't held office ... More >>
Rich in history and imperiled species, Pinon Canyon isn't like any other place on earth. Locals fear that the Army wants to tear the hell out of it.
Mike Zinna, official scourge of Jefferson County. The proverbial wheels of justice turn slowly but not always surely. So it's always interesting when the gears spit out a real acknowledgment of wrongdoing, even if the folks involved are all pointing fingers at each other. Recent documents fil ... More >>
Who’s the bigger bully — the smartass attorney who scorched the Denver Fire Department, or the fussbudget judge who threw out the verdict?
Twenty years after Jim Stone first blew the whistle on Rockwell International, he got his day in court -- the Supreme Court.
Lawsuits against Rocky Flats, like plutonium, last forever.
The sordid legal saga of Katica Crippen, Second Amendment pinup girl.
Let the blame game begin!
Who's a bigger nuisance -- Douglas Bruce or Denver's property police?
A maverick makes a run for the Statehouse.
The truth will out -- just not in Jefferson County.
Bowlen tried to hand off a piece of his team to John Elway. Now Edgar Kaiser wants the Broncos back.
A Littleton High School student sues the City of Denver over his right to stay out late.
There's nothing pretty about the age-discrimination lawsuit filed by a Denver TV veteran.
Ed Thomas shoots from the hip, but this former cop just might have enough brass to be mayor.
Life can get wild and woolly for herders who flock to the U.S. under a special law.
A class-action suit becomes a vehicle for racial justice.
In the rush to ban sex offenders, cities and counties may inadvertently be creating more of them down the line.
The women at UPS bleed as brown as the men, and they have the scars to prove it.
Mile High Flea Market vendor Suki Brow may go to jail. If only she’d been a Wal-Mart associate instead.
At age 66, Walt Imhoff, king of Denver's financial district, should be enjoying the good life. Instead, he's being sued.
Is Roy Romer violating the law by holding two jobs? Dick Sargent claims he is--but then, he wanted one of those jobs for himself.
Boeing considers sending the Rocky Flats criminal case back to square one.
What gets lost in the heat of Denver's newspaper battle.
What will happen when Denver's model of integration, Manual High, returns to the old days of segregation?
Should Judge Lynne Hufnagel be benched? Ask the bankrupt cabbies, bullied witnesses and banished lawyers who've tasted her bitter brand of justice.
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