Judge Rules Banning People From Parks Is IllegalA Denver judge has ruled that the city's orders to ban certain people from parks is illegal.
Federal Judge Hears Free Speech Argument After DIA RallyA federal judge in Denver heard arguments on Wednesday about how Denver International Airport handles Free Speech and protests.
Activists Claim DIA Infringed On Freedom Of SpeechProtesters have asked a federal court judge to issue an injunction against the City of Denver and police after demonstrators were asked to leave Denver International Airport last month.
Protests At DIA Continue Over Trump's Executive Order On ImmigrationProtests against President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration continued at Denver International Airport for the second day on Sunday.
Unsuspecting Passenger At Center Of Protest At DIAA federal judge has halted part of President Trump's executive order regarding immigration.
Denver Police Ditch Surveillance SoftwareDenver police have stopped using a pricey intelligence-gathering tool that drew criticism from free speech advocates.
Denver To Stop Co-Mingling Homeless DonationsFollowing a CBS4 Investigation, the City of Denver has decided it will no longer co-mingle donations made to help the homeless.
Protesters Call For Stop To Moses-El's New TrialAs jury selection got underway Friday, petitions were delivered to the Denver District Attorney demanding that the trial of Clarence Moses-El be called off.
Lawsuit Challenges Denver's Sweeps Of The HomelessThe case is the latest to challenge homeless sweeps around the country.
Trinidad To Pay $375K To 2 Women Arrested In Drug RaidThe city of Trinidad will pay $375,000 to settle a wrongful-arrest lawsuit from two women arrested during a 2013 drug sting that resulted in no convictions.
ACLU Files Lawsuit Over Traffic Stop With 2 Black MenThe American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit against the City of Colorado Springs and two of its police officers over a traffic stop involving two black men.
ACLU Leaders Don't Want History To Repeat ItselfWith a past controversy in mind, the American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado filed a records request with the city of Denver on Thursday, asking to obtain information about the Denver Police Department’s purchase and use of software that enables it to monitor social media activity.