Warmer Temperatures Means Thinning, Dangerous Metro IceIt's hard to believe that Denver spent two February days in a row in the 60s.
Elementary Teacher Among 10 Arrested In Denver Metro Area Child Predator Sting OperationAn undercover operation lasting two days resulted in the arrests of 10 child predator suspects, including a teacher at a school in Denver.
Man Accused Of Selling Knock-Off MerchandiseA man accused of illegally selling knock-off purses and other merchandise for years has been indicted by a Denver Grand Jury for trademark counterfeiting and tax crimes.
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.
Immigration Detainee From Mexico Dies At Colorado HospitalA Mexican national in the custody of U.S. immigration authorities since June 9 has died from complications due to liver and kidney failure in Colorado Springs.
Man Avoids Deportation By Seeking Sanctuary In Church For 6 MonthsA man has spent the past six months seeking sanctuary in a church in Denver to avoid deportation. Now his supporters are asking for more attention to his case.
Gang Members Rounded Up In Colorado ICE OperationAlmost 1,000 gang members from more than 280 cities across the U.S. were rounded up and placed into custody as part of a big operation by ICE and Homeland Security.
ATF, ICE Raid Lone Tree Home For Weapons Federal agents raided a home in Lone Tree on Thursday and seized several weapons.
Summit County Teen In Custody, Faces Possible Deportation AgainA 19-year-old Summit County man who has been fighting to stay in the United States is behind bars in Arizona and facing possible deportation.
Erie Resident: No Idea Why Armed Feds Searched His HomeMore than a dozen agents with the FBI and ATF, along with Erie police, descended on an Erie home on Thursday, but it was unclear what they were searching for.
Denver Sheriff Ending Immigration DetainersDenver is joining other Colorado counties no longer honoring requests from federal immigration authorities to continue to detain someone once they're eligible to be released from their original charges.
Some Colorado Sheriffs Ending Immigrant DetainersSome Colorado sheriffs will no longer honor requests from federal immigration authorities to continue to detain someone once they are eligible to be released on the charges for which they were initially arrested.

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