Community advocate Lisa Calderón is suing Mayor Michael Hancock and members of his administration, she announced today.
The plaintiffs collectively represent a class of about 5,500 people who live on Denver's streets.
A federal judge declined to issue an injunction to stop the Platte to Park Hill flood control project over its connection to the I-70 widening.
Judge David Goldberg found no issue with the fact that the flood control project would benefit the I-70 expansion.
The investigation into the scaffolding crash near the southwest corner of West 44th Avenue and Stuart Street closed about two weeks ago.
The federal government won't be allowed, for now, to withhold money from "sanctuary cities." But the legal fight isn't over.
Gov. John Hickenlooper announced Colorado will be joining the lawsuit led by New York, Massachusetts and Washington.
Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman, a Republican, is sitting this one out.
The registry makes offenders vulnerable to cruel and unusual punishment from the public in the form of vigilante justice, a federal judge found.
Contracts to reconfigure City Park Golf Course are likely to be approved Aug. 14. A lawsuit to stop the project goes to trial Aug. 21.
A prominent Denver developer and four other plaintiffs are suing the Federal Highway Administration over its decision to approve a major expansion of I-70 through north Denver.
Prominent Denver civil rights attorney David Lane signs on to class action suit against homeless sweeps
David Lane has represented prominent clients like anti-tax crusader Douglas Bruce and ousted University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill.
A new civil-rights lawsuit against the Denver Police Department claims a man was arrested because he "is an African-American man from Aurora."
"Boulder County shouldn’t be surprised that the Attorney General cares about the rule of law in Colorado."
The city argued that the court didn't have subject matter jurisdiction because the claims were not "ripe." A Denver District Court judge didn't buy that.