Judge Overturns Rape Conviction, DA Weighs Whether To Retry CaseAfter 28 years behind bars, a Denver man could be released from prison for a crime he’s always proclaimed he didn’t commit. Earlier this week, a judge overturned Clarence Moses-EL’s rape and assault convictions from 1987 and ordered a new trial.
Latino Leaders Plan Protests Outside Of GOP Debate In BoulderThousands of leaders in the Latino community have planned a protest on the University of Colorado campus in Boulder to coincide with next week's Republican presidential debate there.
3 Arrested In Fast Food Protest Released From JailThe three people arrested in a demonstration near Denver on Thursday were released from jail on bond.
Fast Food Workers Strike, 3 ArrestedFast food workers in Denver are participating in a national strike to win $15 an hour wages, and three people were arrested when they sat down in the road and refused to get up.
Colorado Lawmakers Call For Response To Children Coming To U.S. IllegallyColorado lawmakers and community leaders are calling for a humanitarian response to the surge of children who have crossed the Mexican border illegally.
Rain Stays Away For The Sunrise Easter Service At Red RocksThe rain held off for Sunday morning's Easter Sunrise Service at Red Rocks and thousands enjoyed the celebration.
Religious Leaders Show Support For Rep. Fields After ThreatsThere’s been a lot of support for a Colorado lawmaker who became the target of death threats over her stance on gun control issues.