A court reporter accidentally e-mailed transcripts of a hearing last month to seven media groups, including The Associated Press, The Denver Post, the Los Angeles Times, CBS, Fox News, ESPN and “Celebrity Justice.”
Attorney Tom Kelley says the judge's order amounts not to reveal the transcripts amounts to prior restraint of the press. The Supreme Court gave District Judge Terry Ruckriegle until Friday to explain why it shouldn't overturn his order.
Before a string of thunderstorms this month, fire officials warned of a potentially busy fire season in parts of Colorado due to years of drought.
The fire danger is still rated high for the Gunnison area, San Juan Mountains, Ute reservation and the Mesa Verde area in southwest Colorado.
Glenn Tilton said in a recorded message to employees last night that the company will continue to work to complete restructuring and exit Chapter 11. He also thanked employees for their efforts over the past 18 months.
Experts say cuts may be inevitable as United scrambles to redo its finances after a nearly two-year quest for federal assistance failed. United is the dominant carrier at Denver International Airport.
The player, whose name was blacked out, said he did not know where the money for the strip club came from and that he wasn't offered sex from women as an enticement to join the CU football team.
The player's comments came in a deposition last month in a lawsuit filed by three women who say they were sexually assaulted by football athletes who attended an off-campus party in 2001. The player attended that party and denies the women's allegations that the party was set up to provide sex for recruits.
Andy Klussmann, 40, was critically injured in the crash. The assistant CSU volleyball coach has since been upgraded to serious condition at a Cheyenne hospital.
Authorities say 44-year-old Ronald Holland of Greeley was driving the pickup and had a blood-alcohol content more than twice the legal limit at the time of the crash. He's charged with vehicular homicide, driving under the influence with serious bodily injury, and aggravated assault.
Berendes and her new husband, Joshua, had been married only ten days before another car collided with their sport utility vehicle on Interstate 15 near Salt Lake City. Thad Goodman of Taylorsville, Utah died instantly.
Tara Berendes is still clinically comatose at a Salt Lake hospital, but could be discharged to a San Jose facility later this week. Josh Berendes has already been released from a hospital. The Berendeses were in the process of moving to Littleton, Colorado when the crash occurred.
Carlotta Wilson said she had access to some $900 billion worth of government and private funds to help people start a business, re-establish their credit, and for other reasons. She also claimed 22 years of grant-writing experience.
More than 400 people showed up at an Arapahoe County shopping center last August to apply for the free grant money. Attorney General Ken Salazar suit Wilson and her company, SSS Organization 9, in December. The state received a default judgment against Wilson three weeks ago after she failed to respond to the suit.
Frontier launched its nonstop service from the Twin Cities to LA in April. Minnesota-based Northwest soon dropped its fares to match Frontier's low prices, and added nonstop flights to Los Angeles that departed at the same times as Frontier's flights.
At one point, Frontier and Northwest both dropped round-trip fares from the Twin Cities to Los Angeles to $98. Northwest declined to comment.
When the 24-hour average of outdoor air surpasses that level, Denver considers it a brown cloud day. One bar had 440 micrograms of fine particulates per cubic meter of air when several patrons were smoking. That reading and others surpassed the one-year average of 200 micrograms per cubic meter recorded when the Hayman wildfire broke out.
The study looked at 22 bars, including three where there was no smoking. The nonsmoking bars all had air well below the “brown cloud” standard.