More Paramedics May Be Getting Extra Layer Of ProtectionMore emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and paramedics in Northern Colorado may be adding bulletproof vests to their uniforms. UCHealth is exploring purchasing additional vests for first responders employed at Poudre Valley Hospital.
Colorado Mother Held In Texas, On The Verge Of DeportationA Colorado mother is being held at a facility in El Paso, Texas, and she could be deported anytime.
Colorado Law Enforcement Agencies Defend Decision To Not Aid ICEColorado law enforcement agencies and cities are defending their decision to not aid federal agents looking to deport undocumented residents who have been charged or convicted with a crime.
As Fliers Wait In Security Lines, Gov't Asks For PatienceFacing a growing backlash over extremely long waits at airport security, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson asked fliers "to be patient" as the government takes steps to get them onto planes more quickly.
Elementary Teacher Among 10 Arrested In Denver Metro Area Child Predator Sting OperationAn undercover operation lasting two days resulted in the arrests of 10 child predator suspects, including a teacher at a school in Denver.
Hotel Workers Get Trained To Spot Sex Trafficking As Stock Show Comes To Denver Investigators are looking to hotel workers to help them bust sex traffickers. On Monday front desk workers from hotels all over Denver were trained in how to spot sex trafficking.
Refugees Living In Colorado Support Allowing Syrians In, But With Strict ScreeningShould Syrian refugees be allowed in the U.S.? The topic is being debated in every corner of the country.
Hickenlooper Believes Relocating Syrian Refugees, Maintaining Safety Can Be AchievedGov. John Hickenlooper says Colorado can maintain safety while allowing Syrian refugees to come to the state.