'This Is Your Community': City Officials Hope To Bridge Gap With LatinosThe southwest corner of Thornton was recently given a survey because of its large Latino population.
School District Takes Strides To Avoid Bullying After ElectionThe presidential election has been a topic of discussion in classrooms across the country. There have been concerns of students bullying each other.
Rep. DeGette Unveils Legislation To Tackle The Diabetes 'Epidemic'The number of Coloradans being diagnosed with diabetes has doubled in the last 20 years, and minority communities are especially at risk. Now Congress might take action.
Weld County DA Buck: 'I Am In Remission'The district attorney in Weld County says he's cancer free after going through chemotherapy to treat lymphoma.
Weld County DA Ken Buck Says He Has LymphomaThe district attorney in Weld County, who unsuccessfully ran for Senate in 2010, says he's battling lymphoma.
Colorado Immigrant Tuition Bill AdvancesIllegal immigrants in Colorado are closer to getting in-state tuition rates, as long as they seek citizenship.
Gilcrest Official Objects To Warnings In SpanishA Gilcrest Town Board member is objecting to printing code enforcement warnings in Spanish because he believes Latinos should learn to speak English.
GOP Ad Highlights Economy, Targets LatinosAnother campaign ad attacking President Barack Obama is hitting the airwaves Wednesday -- and the Republican National Committee is aiming this one just at Colorado, Nevada and New Mexico
Latinos Hold Lobby Day At Colorado CapitolHundreds of Latinos gathered for this year's "Latina/o Advocacy Day," which included a rally Monday at the state Capitol.