Hwaro Korean BBQ’s owners say a minor clerical error is being used to kick them out before the restaurant can open.
The four-story, 18-room hotel and nightclub has been closed since the pandemic began but two people were shot inside in May.
Holy Ground Tiny Homes, a nonprofit founded by a convicted fraudster, has taken their life savings and given them nothing, customers say.
The Denver firm claims a Texas company copied Crusoe’s innovations with leftover natural gas to poach two of its Colorado customers.
A church sues over the sale of a $4 million Federal Heights property for a third of its market value and an Aurora homeowner association claims a management company stole $800,000.
The charges are unrelated to allegations leveled by Amazon in an ongoing lawsuit against Watson, who was the GOP nominee for state treasurer in 2018.
Preston Parsons retired in 2008. He paid $5.1 million for the house in 2017 and used it for collateral on a $4.3 million loan in 2019.
Architects and public information advocates disagree whether the public needs to see building plans in an era of mass shootings.
The small police department “assumed the role of security” for the strip club, John Liprando’s attorney argues. The trial is 11 weeks away.
The 51-year-old securities fraudster was sentenced June 30 to six years in prison. He will be eligible for parole in half that time.