The state Supreme Court sent the case of Drake and Mandy Rooks back to a lower court to decide the fate of the couple's remaining six embryos.
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Thousands attended services at Colorado's largest synagogue, Temple Emmanuel, and elsewhere across the state to honor the 11 people killed at a Pittsburgh synagogue this weekend.
Vulnerability to similar pending suits in other states is among the many risks facing marijuana businesses licensed by states but still violating federal law.
The ACLU sued El Paso County Sheriff Bill Elder and Teller County Sheriff Jason Mikesell.
Lawyers for baker Jack Phillips filed a preliminary injunction after the state filed a motion to dismiss Phillips' suit against the Colorado Civil Rights Commission and Gov. John Hickenlooper.
The Masterpiece decision didn't address whether a business can invoke religious objections to refuse service to lesbian and gay people.
Sheriff Fred McKee said his deputies are not qualified to care for a 66-year-old man who has been in jail for weeks with no word on when a hospital bed will open up.
Restorative justice has rarely been used for sexual assault in Colorado, but victim's advocates have seen success in other areas, even murder and manslaughter cases.
Despite the infamy of the crime, Wyoming is among just five states that have not passed laws focused on crimes motivated by the victim's identity, such as their sexual orientation.
Scott Ostrem, 48, opened fire inside a crowed Walmart in Thornton on Nov. 1, 2017.
Even though the Boulder woman's allegations didn't prevent Brett Kavanaugh from joining the Supreme Court, her attorney John Clune said she is glad she came forward.
Republican George Brauchler and Democrat Phil Weiser debated on their relationship to the federal government and the biggest issues in Colorado.
In Colorado, 48 juvenile offenders who had expected to spend their lives in prison will have their sentences revisited. Curits Brooks is one of them.
The two sides, Disability Law Colorado and state officials, head to federal court Friday to fight it out again.
The program ran for about a year and was intended to give people experiencing homelessness a safe place to store clothing and other possessions.