Joe Wrona

Leslie Thatcher

Over the last few months as she faced assault and domestic violence charges, Olympic champion Picabo Street has done a lot of reflecting on her life. She sat down with KPCW News Director Leslie Thatcher to talk about some of the lessons learned and the importance of family.

Leslie Thatcher

Summit County Prosecutors are dismissing domestic violence and assault charges against Olympic gold medal skier Picabo Street. In an interview with KPCW this morning, her attorney Joe Wrona said it's about time. Picabo talked about how her arrest has impacted her and her family and says she's ready to move on.

Rick Bowmer

Former Olympic Champion Picabo Street is scheduled to to to a one-day trial May 3rd, before a Justice Court Judge, to defend herself against assault and domestic violence charges. Street appeared with her defense attorney, Joe Wrona, at a pre-trial hearing Tuesday. Rick Brough was there and has this report.

A legal civil war has broken out at the Sky Lodge on Main Street, with clashing lawsuits filed by the hotel's owner and manager Ken Abdalla, and a group of time share owners at the Lodge.

In January, the owners group filed suit alleging that Abdalla's hotel company Malibu, which ran the rental program, had engaged in a scheme to divert rental revenues from the owners. Abdalla's lawyer Joe Wrona calls that, "a bunch of nonsense."