It's likely the first of many lawsuits to be filed against Columbia Gas and its parent company.
Dozens of people are missing and feared buried, and hundreds of homes have been destroyed.
A plan to drill 84 wells in Broomfield will move forward despite the continued opposition of nearby residents.
The blazes broke out Monday and spread quickly.
NBC reports FEMA has denied more than 335,000 applications for disaster assistance so residents could repair their homes.
The Japanese Fire and Disaster Management Agency said at least 57 people are dead and 22 others are missing.
Authorities have reported at least one fatality.
The fire was reported on June 1 and is located about 10 miles north of Durango, Colorado.
A Colorado developer is building a solution to the affordable housing issue by offering new homes for under $300,000.
There's no doubt cost of living in the Denver metro area is brutal. What may be good for the seller just keeps getting worse for the buyer.
Airbnb launched a feature on the island that lets customers sign up for activities that locals host.