An immigration judge ordered Lima-Marin's release on Oct. 5 but gave federal authorities 30 days to appeal.
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The city will pay $188,000 to private investors because people like Manuel Valdez have managed to stay in their new homes and off of the streets.
Arvada Mayor Marc Williams implored his impatient constituents to write Gov. Hickenlooper and the PUC demanding they let the train line open.
"If we don't have the infrastructure, then in a funny way it's almost like I've been working against myself," Gov. John Hickenlooper said.
The school district’s per pupil funding, at $7,500, is among the state’s lowest, ranked 171 of 178 districts. The average age of a school is 44 years.
More than a half million current and former Colorado school teachers and government employees depend on the state’s pension system for their retirement.
A coroner, 20 mental health workers and 85 firefighters are among Coloradans fulfilling a multi-state agreement to help in disasters
The rancor wasn't a surprise after Republicans protested to the governor calling the session in the first place.
How many Colorado lawmakers does it take to fix a bill-drafting error? All 100 of them.
RTD's General Manager Dave Genova tells Colorado Matters he's disappointed with progress.
The proposal at issue would limit new residential building to 1 percent of existing units a year, or about 670 houses, townhomes or condos.
Stapleton says that if elected, he would continue his long-running effort to reform Colorado’s public pension system. His other priorities include infrastructure funding.
There are plenty of reasons why Pueblo’s jail is so overcrowded. Solutions are harder to come by.
“According to Homeland Security, we were not attacked, probed, breached, infiltrated or penetrated,” Secretary of State Wayne Williams said in a response on Friday.
The Public Employees' Retirement Association is 58.1 percent funded, down from 62.1 percent in December of 2015, and more than 560,000 rely on it for retirement savings.