Colorado Lawmaker Unblocks Constituent On Social Media After LawsuitA Colorado lawmaker who was sued for blocking a constituent on social media has unblocked her access and has agreed to no longer block people on Facebook and Twitter as part of a lawsuit settlement.
ACLU Sues Colorado State Senator For Blocking Critic On Social MediaACLU of Colorado filed a lawsuit in Federal District Court against Colorado State Senator Ray Scott for blocking a constituent from commenting on his official Facebook and Twitter pages.
Lawmakers Kill Bill Banning Use Of Electronic Devices While DrivingA bill that would’ve made it illegal to use your cell phone while driving, failed in the House Judiciary Committee Tuesday.
Illinois Gun Bill Would Require Buyers To Reveal Social Media HistoryThe proposal would require gun buyers reveal their public social media accounts to police before they’re approved for a firearm license.
Chicago Police Criticized For Using Bait TrucksCivil rights activists and local aldermen are criticizing a joint investigation by Chicago police and the Norfolk Southern Railroad that involved using a truck loaded with shoes to lure potential thieves.
Suit: Colorado Sheriff's Policy Violates Immigrants' RightsA lawsuit is arguing that a Colorado sheriff's office cannot hold inmates at immigration authorities' request once they have posted bond.
ACLU: Less Than Half Of Child Reunions Will Meet DeadlineThe American Civil Liberties Union said it appears the Trump administration will miss a court-ordered deadline to reunite young children who were separated at the border with their parents in more than half of the cases.
Charges Dropped Against Woman Who Wrote Chalk Message Outside Rep. Buck's OfficeCharges have been dropped against a woman who wrote a political message outside Rep. Ken Buck’s office in June. Buck is a Republican who represents Colorado on Capitol Hill.
Woman Cited After Writing Chalk Message At Congressman’s OfficeA local woman faces misdemeanor tampering charges after she wrote a message to Colorado Congressman Ken Buck in chalk at his office in Castle Rock.
DPD Provides 'Inaccurate' Reporting Of Juvenile Curfew ViolationsA CBS4 investigation has found the Denver Police Department inaccurately reported information to Denver City Council for two years about which ethnicities were being cited under the city's juvenile curfew ordinance.
Colorado County Renews ICE Deal Despite Legal ChallengeOfficials in Colorado have renewed an agreement to hold inmates for federal immigration authorities despite a legal challenge.
El Paso County Sheriff Will Appeal Ruling On Immigrant InmatesA Colorado sheriff will appeal a court ruling preventing him from holding inmates who have posted bond for possible deportation.
Judge: Sheriff Cannot Hold Inmates For Federal AuthoritiesA Colorado judge says a sheriff cannot keep people who have paid bond in jail for possible deportation by federal authorities.
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.
Judge Rules 2 Undocumented Teens In US Custody Can Get AbortionsThe judge required the Trump administration to allow the two teens to be transported to an abortion provider.