The federal government cannot withhold public safety grants from cities that refuse to cooperate with President Donald Trump’s immigration enforcement policies, a federal appeals court ruled Thursd
Review of the Legal Orientation Program by the Department of Justice has left lawyers funded by the program scrambling to figure out how to meet needs moving forward.
"We'd certainly look at it," he told reporters Thursday. "In the past, Colorado has sent troops to the border for specific purposes."
Celebrating five years, Street Fraternity is committed to inclusiveness in what is perhaps the most diverse neighborhood in Colorado: East Colfax.
After a 20-year tangle with U.S. courts and immigration, Lima-Marin appears to be free for good.
"Cities like Denver and states like California are allowing criminal aliens to run loose, to kill, murder, maim or hurt our fellow Americans, " said State Rep. Dave Williams.
Under the Trump Administration, Tsogo’s immigration status is up in the air. Her response? She’s says she’s tired of living in fear.
El Paso County Sheriff Bill Elder "holds prisoners in custody for days, weeks and even months after state law requires their release," the complaint says.
Eddie Soto, the field director for Denver Latino-focused nonprofit Servicios de La Raza, on a new education campaign.
Officials are encouraging probation officers to offer up more information to immigration authorities about their clients than the law requires.