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Denver to buy Park Hill Golf Course, could pay $20 million over next 30 years

DENVER – Denver will buy the 155-acre Park Hill Golf Course property and work with Clayton Early Learning to develop a master plan for the area in an agreement expected to be presented to the city council next month. As terms of the agreement, the city of Denver will immediately spend $10 million on the […]

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Judge denies appeal in Sir Mario Owens death penalty case

DENVER – An Arapahoe County District Court judge has denied the appeal of Sir Mario Owens, who is one of three people on Colorado’s death row, despite finding that prosecutors withheld some evidence in his case. Owens has been appealing his death penalty sentence and conviction for years, and the ruling by Judge Christopher Munch […]

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Federal judge declares Colorado sex offender registry unconstitutional for 3 men

DENVER – A federal judge in Denver on Thursday ruled that the state’s Sex Offender Registration Act violates the U.S. Constitution when applied to three men because it constitutes further punishment beyond their initial jail time and probation. U.S. District Court of Colorado Senior District Judge Richard P. Matsch stopped short of declaring the full […]

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Cherry Creek Mortgage chairman resigned, policy changes made after same-sex benefits lawsuit filed

DENVER – Not only did Cherry Creek Mortgage change its policy on benefits for same-sex couples a day after a lawsuit claimed the company had been denying a California couple coverage—the Greenwood Village-based company’s chairman resigned from the company and its board of directors. Denver7 reported on the federal lawsuit filed by Judith Dominguez and […]

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Battle of the Burgers: Denver-based Smashburger sued by In-N-Out over ‘Triple Double’

DENVER – In-N-Out Burger is suing Denver-based Smashburger for copyright infringement and other trademark-related claims over its use of the term “Triple Double” to describe and advertise one of its cheeseburgers. The California-based burger chain filed the claim Monday in U.S. Central District Court of California. In the lawsuit, In-N-Out claims that Smashburger knowingly started […]

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CDOT selects Kiewit Meridiam Partners to oversee $1.2B Central 70 highway construction project

DENVER – Kiewit Meridiam Partners has been selected to lead the development and reconstruction of much of I-70 in the Denver area that will be the largest infrastructure development in Colorado Department of Transportation history. CDOT says that KMP was selected because its proposal came in on-budget and could cut 6 months off of construction, […]

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Colorado-based Cherry Creek Mortgage sued by same-sex couple over alleged health benefit denials

DENVER – Colorado-based Cherry Creek Mortgage faces a federal discrimination lawsuit filed by a California couple who say they were denied health benefits by the company because of their same-sex marriage—one of them who was just a year out from suffering two heart attacks. Judith Dominguez, 59, and her wife, 55-year-old Patricia Martinez, filed the […]

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Ex-DJ David Mueller on Taylor Swift groping: ‘I didn’t do what they say I did’

DENVER – A day after a federal jury in Denver found he had assaulted and battered pop star Taylor Swift when he groped her before a 2013 concert, former KYGO DJ David Mueller maintained that he never touched Swift’s rear end. “What I’m saying is that I didn’t do what they say I did,” Mueller […]

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Jury finds Taylor Swift was assaulted and battered by former Denver DJ, awards her $1

DENVER – A federal jury in Denver on Monday found that Taylor Swift was assaulted and battered by former Denver DJ David Mueller when he groped her at a photo-shoot ahead of a June 2013 concert, and found that Andrea Swift and Frank Bell did not interfere with Mueller’s employment. The jury also awarded Swift […]

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Taylor Swift groping trial goes to jury after impassioned closing arguments

UPDATE: The jury found that David Mueller assaulted and battered Taylor Swift when he grabbed her rear end during a photo shoot before a 2013 concert in Denver, and awarded her the $1 she was seeking. The jury ruled that Andrea Swift and Frank Bell weren’t responsible for Mueller’s firing. Read the story here. —- […]

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