Women Say They Were Denied Jobs Because They Had 'Ghetto' NamesSeveral women are claiming they were discriminated against after receiving an email saying their "ghetto" name disqualified them from working at a Missouri company.
Mother Claims IHOP Discriminated Against Toddler With No ArmsAn Arkansas mother is accusing a local IHOP franchise of discriminating against her three-year-old son who was born without arms.
NAACP Warns Blacks Against Traveling On American AirlinesThe NAACP is warning blacks that if they fly on American Airlines they could be subject to discrimination or even unsafe conditions.
4 Women Frontier Pilots Want New Policies For Moms At WorkFour women pilots who fly for Frontier want the airline to change policies on maternity leave and make it easier for new mothers to pump breast milk once they have returned to work.
State Supreme Court Lets Ruling Stand On Bakery That Turned Away Gay CoupleThe Colorado Supreme Court decided to let an appellate court ruling that a bakery violated the state's anti-discrimination law when it turned away a gay couple stand by refusing to hear the case.
Debate Over Gay Wedding Cake Goes To Colorado High CourtA Lakewood baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple is asking the Colorado Supreme Court to reverse judges' rulings concluding that his decision amounts to discrimination.
Longmont School Asks For Outside Review Of Ban On Gay Student SpeechUnder pressure from a congressman, the Longmont school that stopped a valedictorian from delivering a commencement speech in which he planned to come out as gay has asked outside lawyers to review what happened.
Longmont School Probing Barring Gay Valedictorian SpeechThe Longmont school that barred a gay valedictorian from coming out during his commencement speech says it will investigate what happened but is defending itself against accusations of discrimination from U.S. Rep. Jared Polis.
Denver Mayor Bans City-Funded Travel To Indiana Over Religious Freedom LawDenver Mayor Michael Hancock says he is banning all nonessential, city-funded travel to Indiana after it adopted a religious-freedom law that critics say allows discrimination against gays and lesbians.
Suspect In White Powder Scare Was Employee At Broomfield BusinessNewly released documents are shedding light on why police in Broomfield believe two men allegedly planted white powder on a co-worker's desk.
Denver Suspends Officer For Anti-Gay CommentsCBS4 has learned that a veteran Denver police officer has been suspended for three months for a barrage of anti-gay comments directed at coworkers.
Colorado: Gay Bar Discriminated Against Man In DragColorado regulators say a Denver gay bar discriminated against a man when a bouncer denied him entry last year because he was dressed in drag.
Bakery Will Stop Making Wedding Cakes After Losing Discrimination CaseThe owner of a bakery in Lakewood said he will no longer sell wedding cakes after the Colorado Civil Rights Commission ruled he did discriminate against a gay couple when he refused to sell them a cake.
Panel: Baker Must Make Cakes For Gay WeddingsColorado's Civil Rights Commission on Friday ordered a baker to make wedding cakes for same-sex couples, finding his religious objections to the practice did not trump the state's anti-discrimination statutes.
Blacks Wary Of Colorado University Dental SchoolA faculty committee asked to look into the experience of minorities at the University of Colorado's dental school finds the school has such a bad reputation that potential black students are advised not to apply.