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.
Supreme Court Takes Gay Wedding Cake Refusal CaseThe nation's highest court will take up a Colorado case this fall. The Supreme Court will hear the case of a baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple.
Denver Police Ditch Surveillance SoftwareDenver police have stopped using a pricey intelligence-gathering tool that drew criticism from free speech advocates.
Lawsuit Challenges Denver's Sweeps Of The HomelessThe case is the latest to challenge homeless sweeps around the country.
Think Twice Before Posting A Photo Of Your Ballot OnlineIt's okay to take a selfie with a ballot in hand, but don't you dare show who you voted for. Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams says it's a misdemeanor that carries up to a $1,000 fine and up to a year in jail.
ACLU Leaders Don't Want History To Repeat ItselfWith a past controversy in mind, the American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado filed a records request with the city of Denver on Thursday, asking to obtain information about the Denver Police Department’s purchase and use of software that enables it to monitor social media activity.
Charges Dismissed In Police Tasing Incident, Review UnderwayThe Aurora Police Department will convene an independent review board to examine claims of excessive force by officers who tased an innocent man.
Federal Judge Rejects Challenge To Douglas County VouchersA federal judge has rejected an attempt to force the Douglas County school district to allow vouchers to be used at religious schools.
Colorado Springs To Pay People Jailed For Not Paying FinesColorado Springs has agreed to compensate dozens of people, most of them homeless, put in jail because they couldn't afford to pay fines for minor offenses like panhandling and jaywalking.
Panhandling Laws Face Challenge After Church Signs RulingCities trying to limit panhandling in downtowns and tourist areas are facing a new legal hurdle because of a recent Supreme Court ruling that seemingly has nothing to do with asking for money.
Police Officer Behaving Badly? ACLU Has An App For ThatPolice officers are wearing body cameras, but what about citizens recording the officers? The American Civil Liberties Union in Colorado on Thursday unveiled a new app for phones and people who witness suspected improper behavior.
Denver Police Will No Longer Enforce Panhandling OrdinanceDenver Police will no longer enforce the city's Aggressive Panhandling Ordinance following a ruling from a federal judge in Grand Junction earlier this week.
'The Ruling Is Wrong' Says Baker After Losing Appeal Of Wedding Cake Case To Gay CoupleA Lakewood baker refused to make a cake for the couple's wedding in 2012, saying it was against his religious beliefs.
Colorado Springs Officer Cleared In Videotaped Traffic StopA Colorado Springs police officer investigated for a videotaped traffic stop in which a black man was pulled from a car has been cleared of wrongdoing.