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.
ACLU Wants Colorado Towns To Drop Panhandling BansThe American Civil Liberties Union wants 34 Colorado cities and towns to get rid of ordinances that bar panhandling.
Federal Judge Rejects Challenge To Douglas County VouchersA federal judge has rejected an attempt to force the Douglas County school district to allow vouchers to be used at religious schools.
4 Women Frontier Pilots Want New Policies For Moms At WorkFour women pilots who fly for Frontier want the airline to change policies on maternity leave and make it easier for new mothers to pump breast milk once they have returned to work.
Colorado Springs To Pay People Jailed For Not Paying FinesColorado Springs has agreed to compensate dozens of people, most of them homeless, put in jail because they couldn't afford to pay fines for minor offenses like panhandling and jaywalking.
Mayor Hancock Addresses Concerns Over Homeless Camp CleanupsCleaning crews on Wednesday returned to the area where homeless people have been camping out in Denver’s Ballpark neighborhood. The city cleaned up the area on Tuesday, but the homeless returned.
ACLU Board Member Resigns After Urging People To Kill Supporters Of TrumpA board member for the American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado has resigned after urging people to kill supporters of presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Judge Allows Warrantless Evidence In Denver-Area Terror CaseThe National Security Agency's warrantless surveillance programs have the potential for abuse but did not violate the constitutional rights of a suspect in a Denver-area terror case who argued that government spying has gone too far, a federal judge ruled.
Critics: Changing Guantanamo Prison's ZIP Code Isn't A FixPresident Barack Obama's quest to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, perhaps by moving some detainees to the United States, has fostered an unusual alliance between his congressional critics and liberal-leaning advocacy groups that say changing the detention facility's ZIP code won't solve the problem.
Critics: Changing Guantanamo Prison's ZIP Code Isn't A FixPresident Obama's quest to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, perhaps by moving some detainees to the United States, has fostered an unusual alliance between his congressional critics and liberal-leaning advocacy groups.
Police Officer Behaving Badly? ACLU Has An App For ThatPolice officers are wearing body cameras, but what about citizens recording the officers? The American Civil Liberties Union in Colorado on Thursday unveiled a new app for phones and people who witness suspected improper behavior.