Prosecutors settle lawsuit against power company for 2010 fire in southwest Colorado
DENVER -- Federal prosecutors say they have settled a lawsuit blaming a southwest Colorado power company for a 2010 wildfire that burned about 2,600 acres of land. U.S. Attorney Jason Dunn's office announced the $1.2 million agreement on Thursday. Dunn's office says the San Miguel Power Association denies all liability or wrongdoing for causing the fire, which ignited May 22, 2010.