"Both of us support a pathway to citizenship for the dreamers, and both of us support border security," said Sen. Michael Bennet, a Democrat.
Even tourists who stop into a dispensary for a joint during a visit to the Mile High City risk running afoul of customs agents who are increasingly searching phones and social media.
In a rare interview, the head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Colorado says things different under President Trump.
Removals have more than doubled in a year in Colorado and Wyoming, from 1,033 to 2,535 through September of last fiscal year. Arrests are up too, though not by as much.
Continuing in protest of President Trump one year later after the first march — and now in the light of the #MeToo movement — cities nationwide hosted rallies, including Denver.
Colorado’s two U.S. senators have struck a compromise on a measure to fund the federal government and address immigration issues.
Readers react to the deportation of Melecio Morales, a Denver-area father and undocumented immigrant.
The Aurora Republican co-signed a letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan calling for a permanent solution for young undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children.
Nationwide, ICE says it arrested 40 percent more people under the Trump administration than in the prior year under President Obama.
Denver teacher Alejandro Fuentes talks about his uneasiness over some politicians' desire to help young immigrants while cracking down on their parents.