Colorado Immigrant Driver's Bill Signed Into LawImmigrants who are in the country illegally but have Colorado driver's licenses can soon renew those licenses online or by mail
Bipartisan Colorado Immigrant Driver Bill AdvancesColorado lawmakers have advanced a bill to let unauthorized immigrants renew their driver's licenses online or by mail, overcoming objections that the licenses sanction illegal immigration.
Preschool Announces Closure After Church's Sanctuary VoteA preschool in Boulder that leases space from a church is closing a the end of November.
Framework For Legal Defense Fund For Immigrants Still UncertainDenver will set aside $200,000 to help immigrants facing deportation or other proceedings.
Denver Creating Legal Defense Fund For ImmigrantsDenver will set aside $200,000 to help immigrants facing deportation or other proceedings.
Church To Allow Illegal Immigrants To Take Sanctuary, Avoid DeportationA church in Boulder will allow illegal immigrants to take sanctuary to avoid deportation.
City Council Considers Stance On Protecting Immigrants From Federal AgentsDozens of people filled the room where the Denver City Council met on Wednesday to consider taking a stance on protecting immigrants from federal agents.
Immigrant Arrests And Deportations Up In Colorado, WyomingSignificantly more immigrants were arrested and deported from Colorado and Wyoming in the first few months of Donald Trump's presidency than during the same period in 2016.
'Unite Rally' Held Concerning Deportation Fears Among StudentsRecent fears of deportation among young students in Denver prompted a unite rally on Tuesday.
More & More Illegal Immigrants Taking Sanctuary In ChurchesSome immigrants in the U.S. illegally are finding sanctuary inside Denver area churches.
Crackdown On Immigrants Could Hurt Denver RestaurantsDenver restaurants are facing an employment crisis with the crackdown on immigrants from south of the border.
Hillary Clinton In Boulder: Saying 'Illegal Immigrants' Was Poor Word ChoiceHillary Rodham Clinton said Tuesday her use of the term "illegal immigrants" was a "poor choice of words" and she pledged not to use it anymore, responding to criticism from immigration activists.