Unsuspecting Passenger At Center Of Protest At DIAA federal judge has halted part of President Trump's executive order regarding immigration.
Police Respond After Taking Blankets From HomelessThe Denver Police Department is defending officers who were caught on video taking blankets and tents from homeless people when temperatures dropped to below freezing overnight.
'Not Widespread Practice': Mayor On Police Taking Blankets In Frigid TempsDenver Mayor Michael Hancock says the video that shows police officers taking blankets from protesters camped outside in front of city hall is "not a widespread practice."
ACLU Pens Letter To Mayor About Homeless And The Camping BanThe American Civil Liberties Union is asking the City of Denver to reverse a policy where the possessions of homeless people are being taken in the name of evidence for a crime.
State Senator Files Lawsuit Over Selfie Ballot BanA state senator from Colorado Springs has filed a lawsuit asking a judge to declare a ban on taking pictures of ballots that are marked, unconstitutional.
Colorado 'Ballot Selfie' Ban Sparks OppositionA Colorado ban on so-called "ballot selfies," where voters share photos of their completed ballots, is sparking opposition.
Think Twice Before Posting A Photo Of Your Ballot OnlineIt's okay to take a selfie with a ballot in hand, but don't you dare show who you voted for. Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams says it's a misdemeanor that carries up to a $1,000 fine and up to a year in jail.
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.
Report: Across US, Colorado, Police Officers Abuse Confidential DatabasesPolice officers across the country misuse confidential law enforcement databases to get information on romantic partners, business associates, neighbors, journalists and others for reasons that have nothing to do with daily police work.
Charges Dismissed In Police Tasing Incident, Review UnderwayThe Aurora Police Department will convene an independent review board to examine claims of excessive force by officers who tased an innocent man.
Police Begin Enforcement Of Drug Activity Park BansPolice in Denver have started to enforce a drug activity ban on parks. When someone is caught selling, buying or using drugs along a park or bike path, the person could be suspended from the park for 90 days.