A Colorado court will decide if a baker violated discrimination laws when he refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple.
Santa Fe Community College’s president has been fired, and her lawyers say she’ll sue.
A new lawsuit says New Mexico officials left a 73-year-old grandmother in solitary confinement for nearly five weeks and deprived her of needed cancer medication.
A New Mexico woman who won an emergency court order allowing her to marry her longtime partner this summer in one of a cascade of same-sex weddings in the state has died.
A newly filed lawsuit accuses the University of New Mexico Hospital of providing substandard care to child cancer patients several decades ago.
A Salt Lake City shopping mall is suing a Utah man charged with plotting a mass shooting at the center, claiming his threats brought it bad publicity and led workers and shoppers to fear for their safety.
A former security worker for Michael Jackson told a jury Thursday that he was concerned the singer would overdose on prescription medications in the early 2000s but didn’t see signs of impairment in the singer later that decade.
The woman who was sexually assaulted by director Roman Polanski when she was 13 has written a memoir that will feature a cover photo shot by Polanski three weeks before he drugged her and had sex with her.
A spectator attending the civil trial over Michael Jackson’s death was banned Wednesday by a judge after he snapped a photo in a courthouse hallway that included jurors hearing the case.
Michael Jackson’s mother tearfully described finding out about her son’s death and testified on Friday that she had expressed concerns about his comeback concert schedule to the promoters of the shows.