QuikTrip sues Lakewood city planners, rats infest a Cherry Hills Village home, a duct company is said to have started a school fire, and more.
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Campbell Killin Brittan & Ray was attacked in July. It says others need to prepare.
Jordan Thomas gave to Childhelp in 2021. “I think that calling it a charity is too charitable.”
A $5 million condo fire in Denver, a $3.3 million lemon in Castle Rock, and more.
Azar’s lawsuit reignites a five-year-old dispute with his late friend’s law firm.
A receiver is sued for not selling $12 million in real estate, a $5 million mansion is in dispute, a school says shoddy work cost it $410,000, and more.
“The second set is when things really went off the rails for me,” Vince DiMichele said of the 2022 Phish concert in Cancun.
“The charges are that Kaitlyn and I pocketed $1.3 million…those charges are true,” Eli Regalado says.
The Colorado Court of Appeals upheld a decision to not dissolve Leprino Foods.
A disbarred attorney is accused of keeping $195,000 from a property sale, neighbors sue over a Golden rezoning and more.