US Says 2nd Guatemalan Child Has Died In Immigration CustodyAn 8-year-old boy from Guatemala died in government custody in New Mexico early Tuesday, U.S. immigration authorities said, marking the second death of an immigrant child in detention this month.
Splintered Groups From Migrant Caravan Arrive At U.S. BorderAuthorities have been struggling to deal with the first sizeable group of 357 migrants who arrived in the border city of Tijuana, Mexico, aboard nine buses.
7-Year-Old Boy Reunited With Mom After Lawsuit Over Family Separation At BorderThe mother filed suit against the Trump administration earlier this week, challenging the family separation process.
Guatemala And Hawaii Volcanoes: How Do They Compare?Volcan de Fuego in Guatemala and the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii actually don't share much in common.
At Least 190 Missing As Guatemala Volcano SmoldersAt least 192 people are missing, Guatemala's disaster relief agency said, and rescuers face hazardous conditions as they navigate hot, rocky debris.
Guatemala Volcano Eruption Kills 25; Danger ContinuesAt least 25 people were killed after the volcano erupted Sunday, spewing a river of lava and plumes of smoke almost 6 miles into the air.
Fraction Of Central American Migrant Kids Land In RockiesA fraction of the thousands of children who've fled poverty and violence in Central America alone in recent years are now scattered across Colorado, Wyoming and Montana living with relatives and other sponsors.
Students With Difficult Beginnings Earn Rare Honor As NASA Grant ScholarsA group of students is preparing for a rare opportunity to work alongside NASA scientists, but for each of the three, the road there was a rocky one.
Ex-Guatemalan President Released From Colorado Prison In Bribe CaseA former Guatemalan president who was sentenced to nearly six years in prison for accepting $2.5 million in bribes was released Tuesday from a U.S. prison in Colorado, a Guatemalan Embassy official said.
Greenwood Village Woman Selected As Rhodes ScholarA woman from Greenwood Village has been selected to be a 2015 Rhodes scholar.
Dougco Schools Will Defend Right To Continue Religious FundraisersThe Douglas County School District is accused of allowing religion into the public schools by supporting religious fundraisers, and now the American Humanist Association is taking the district to court.
Denver Judges Consider Border Immigration CasesTwo immigration judges in Denver are hearing the asylum cases of mothers and children being held at a remote New Mexico deportation center.
Douglas County Parent Upset Over Christian Student FundraisingThere are claims that a public school is promoting religion and a group wants the practice to stop in Douglas County.
Illegal Immigrant Gets Reduced ChargesA district court judge has accepted a misdemeanor plea from an illegal immigrant from Guatemala that would allow the man to seek amnesty.
Consulates Host Denver Labor Rights WeekThe consulates for Mexico, Guatemala and Peru are hosting seminars in Denver to educate immigrants about their labor rights.