CU Foundation donor says poor money management has cost it $1 billion
A longtime multimillion-dollar donor to the University of Colorado Foundation says the foundation invested its funds so poorly over the past decade that it's shorted itself and the university of...
Boulder shooting victim: Suzanne Fountain, financial counselor and theater buff, killed in mass shooting
The 59-year-old enrolled hundreds of people in Medicare and performed for hundreds on stage at eTown Hall.
Boulder shooting victim: Tralona Bartkowiak, owner of Umba Love, killed in mass shooting
Tralona Bartkowiak, the 49-year-old owner of a clothing store, was known as a caring, outgoing, music-loving personality
Colorado Attorney General’s Office lawyers knew about judicial misconduct memo
At least two high-ranking lawyers in the Colorado Attorney General’s Office years ago were aware of the contents of a two-page memo that enumerated allegations of judicial and official misconduct.
Colorado Supreme Court approves new rules for suppressing criminal cases from the public
After more than two years of drafting, the Colorado Supreme Court adopted new rules that will require judges to hold hearings and issue written orders before suppressing criminal cases from...
Colorado State Court Administrator’s Office lacked accountability, oversight and rules, audit finds
In an 81-page audit of the Colorado State Court Administrator's Office, investigators found millions of dollars in spending and employee payouts that degraded the public trust.
Thrift stores thrive during pandemic, deluged with donations, then shoppers after shutdown
As hundreds of small businesses nationwide took financial hits because of the closures caused by the novel coronavirus, some never to recover, the thrift-store industry has seen a remarkable turnaround...
Another district court judge says inappropriate conduct by other judges is the norm in Adams County
An Adams County district court judge in Colorado last year demanded an investigation into a variety of inappropriate conduct – some of it threatening – by other judges, including the...
Porn was found on a shared 17th Judicial District laptop — law enforcement was never told
A laptop computer that rotated among the judges of Adams and Broomfield counties' judicial district and contained dozens of pornographic images was never turned over to law enforcement for investigation...
Colorado’s top election official threatens to refer Trump for prosecution in cases of suspected double-voting
Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold said Monday she would consider referring President Donald Trump for prosecution in cases where double-voting is suspected in the state.