Colorado lawmakers are starting to quantify the state’s racial profiling by law enforcement in the aftermath of high-profile clashes between the public and officers around the nation.
A Lakewood baker refused to make a cake for the couple’s wedding in 2012, saying it was against his religious beliefs.
Immigrants who were detained at a Colorado facility while they awaited deportation proceedings are suing the private company that held them, alleging they were paid $1 a day to do janitorial work, sometimes under threat of solitary confinement.
Immigrants who were detained at an Aurora facility while they awaited deportation proceedings are suing the private company that held them, alleging they were paid $1 a day to do janitorial work.
A baker in Lakewood who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple because he says it would violate his religious beliefs is asking the Colorado Court of Appeals for help.
The Colorado Supreme Court ruled that a school voucher program in suburban Denver violates the state constitution because it provides funding for students to attend religious schools.
A Colorado Springs police officer investigated for a videotaped traffic stop in which a black man was pulled from a car has been cleared of wrongdoing.
Two Denver Police officers will not face criminal charges in connection with the shooting death of a teenager in January.
Two brothers have had their criminal cases emerging from a traffic stop transferred from city to county court after a video recording of their encounter with officers resulted in accusations of racial profiling against Colorado Springs police.
Equipment meant for the battlefield will no longer be given to state and local police departments after President Obama issued an executive order on Monday.