Group: Denver Public Schools Could Do Better With IntegrationOne group claims that Denver Public Schools could do better at integration.
Aggressive Campaign Targets Latino Millennial VotersFrom door-to-door canvassing to social media messaging, this election has given rise to maybe the most aggressive campaign ever in Colorado to target Latino voters.
Man Who Is In The Country Illegally Has Been Appointed To The Human Relations CommissionA man who is in this country illegally has been appointed to the Boulder City Council’s Human Relations Commission. Voters approved a rule change back in November and now Jose Beteta is the first beneficiary of the change.
Colorado Latino Leaders Call To Make Changes To Immigration PolicyLatino community leaders and small business owners are asking people to support a "Buy-Cott" and shop only at businesses that support immigration reform.
Restaurant Gets Death Threats After Saying No To RomneyA Denver restaurateur who turned down a campaign visit from Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney says he's now getting death threats.
Trujillo Homesteads Is National Historic LandmarkA 19th century Latino settlement in Colorado's San Luis Valley is being recognized as an important part of the nation's history.
Suit Claims Non-Hispanic Hotel Workers Fired In CraigFormer employees at a western Colorado hotel said they were fired and replaced with Latino workers because the business owners thought white and non-Hispanic workers were lazy.
Talent Show Showcases Latino YouthA local organization that works to empower Latino youth is hosting an event to showcase their talents.