After 'Long Trips,' Dozens Of New U.S. Citizens Sworn InNearly 80 people came together Thursday morning to take the oath as American citizens in a naturalization ceremony in Denver.
Lawsuit: Colorado Sheriff's Policy Violates Immigrant RightsA Colorado sheriff's department is improperly holding people suspected of being in the country illegally on behalf of federal authorities, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday by the Colorado American Civil Liberties Union.
Immigration Activists Relaunch HotlineImmigration activists are relaunching a hotline to help immigrants with questions across Colorado.
Colorado Senators Team Up To Solve Broken Immigration PolicyColorado's senators have teamed up to help solve the country's broken immigration policy.
Judge Rules Detainees Can Proceed With Lawsuit Against ICE FacilityA decision Friday by a federal appeals court clears the way for a class action lawsuit brought by nine detainees against an immigrant detention facility in Aurora.
Man Claims His Possible Deportation Is All About Who He's Married ToEliseo Fernandez, an illegal immigrant detained in January, was released on bond Monday afternoon though his stay in the U.S. may still be in jeopardy.
Tancredo's Departure From Race Throws Republican Primary Wide OpenWith 10 months until Colorado elects its next governor, the Republican field lost its best-known candidate.
Tom Tancredo Withdraws From Governor's RaceFormer Congressman Tom Tancredo, who put his name in the ring for governor of Colorado last fall, has withdrawn his candidacy.
After Sanctuary Cities Threat, Denver Mayor Rejects White House InviteDenver Mayor Michael Hancock has responded to the sanctuary cities threat in a tweet and a refusal to an invitation to the White House.
Senate Leaders Agree On Plan To Reopen GovernmentSenate leaders reached an agreement Monday morning to reopen the government.
How Will The Government Shutdown Affect Colorado?Unlike previous government shutdowns, most of the country's national parks and monuments are expected to stay open. So will the VA and the post office staying operational.
State Lawmakers Send Message To U.S. Congress About DreamersWith the federal government on course for another shutdown, lawmakers in Colorado sent Washington a message.