The city of Denver backed off a plan Thursday to remove items left by anti-Wall Street protesters on a downtown sidewalk that has become their base, at least for now.
Occupy Denver protesters have lost the first round in their lawsuit accusing police of violating their First Amendment rights by harassing and ticketing them.
A federal judge is considering whether to order Denver police to stop enforcing laws in a way that Occupy Denver protesters say violates their free speech.
An Occupy Denver protester testified Monday that a city police officer pepper-sprayed and taunted her before she was arrested.
The city of Denver is firing back against a lawsuit claiming it is treating Occupy Denver protesters unfairly.
Denver’s incoming police chief says he is the perfect fit for the job. The city council peppered Robert White Monday with questions ranging from gangs to Occupy Denver.
Occupy Wall Street protesters in Fort Collins were told Friday to stop camping or face hefty fines.
A man convicted of a 1998 terrorist strike on the U.S. Embassy in Tanzania has won the right to sue the federal government over tight restrictions on his visitors and letter-writing at the federal Supermax prison.
The Colorado Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to hear an appeal from former University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill.
The Boulder chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union says it finds disturbing a conviction of a man based only on his words.