Denver Police Will No Longer Enforce Panhandling OrdinanceDenver Police will no longer enforce the city's Aggressive Panhandling Ordinance following a ruling from a federal judge in Grand Junction earlier this week.
Judge Rules Grand Junction Panhandling Law UnconstitutionalA panhandling ordinance in Grand Junction has been ruled unconstitutional, with a federal judge saying it's not OK to stop people from asking for money after dark.
Appeal Heard In Dispute Over Ten Commandments MonumentA New Mexico municipality that wants to keep a 6-foot-tall Ten Commandments monument outside city hall told a federal appeals court the structure is not government speech because it was privately funded.
'Strike The Right Balance': ACLU Supports Police Body CamerasThe nation's biggest defender of privacy rights is hailing a Colorado police department's body camera program as a national model.
Colorado Launches Effort To Study Racial ProfilingColorado 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.
'The Ruling Is Wrong' Says Baker After Losing Appeal Of Wedding Cake Case To Gay CoupleA Lakewood baker refused to make a cake for the couple's wedding in 2012, saying it was against his religious beliefs.
Detained Immigrants Sue Over Getting $1 A Day For WorkImmigrants 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.
Lawsuit: Immigrants Got $1 A Day For Work At Private Prison In AuroraImmigrants 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.
Gay Wedding Cake Case: Both Sides Make Compelling ArgumentsA 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.
Religious Beliefs, Gay Rights Clash In Colorado Court Case Over CakeA case that tests the boundaries of religious freedom and gay rights came to the Colorado Court of Appeals on Tuesday.
Colorado's High Court Blocks School Voucher ProgramThe 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.
Colorado Springs Officer Cleared In Videotaped Traffic StopA 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.