Newly released documents are shedding light on why police in Broomfield believe two men allegedly planted white powder on a co-worker’s desk.
CBS4 has learned that a veteran Denver police officer has been suspended for three months for a barrage of anti-gay comments directed at coworkers.
Colorado regulators say a Denver gay bar discriminated against a man when a bouncer denied him entry last year because he was dressed in drag.
The owner of a bakery in Lakewood said he will no longer sell wedding cakes after the Colorado Civil Rights Commission ruled he did discriminate against a gay couple when he refused to sell them a cake.
Colorado’s Civil Rights Commission on Friday ordered a baker to make wedding cakes for same-sex couples, finding his religious objections to the practice did not trump the state’s anti-discrimination statutes.
A faculty committee asked to look into the experience of minorities at the University of Colorado’s dental school finds the school has such a bad reputation that potential black students are advised not to apply.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer will ultimately decide, with either her veto or signature, if Arizona becomes the hate state of the 21st Century.
Academic freedom is the hallmark of any university, but maybe no place in country has gone as far to protect as the University of Colorado, the first public university to ban discrimination based on political philosophy and affiliation.
Employees at smaller Colorado businesses will have more legal remedies for discrimination cases under a bill Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law amid strong opposition from business groups worried about litigation.
A push by Democrats to increase legal remedies for employee discrimination at small businesses is drawing strong opposition from Republicans who argue it will be damaging to employers.