The detention center in Artesia, NM, is one of two set up this year by the Obama Administration to house the flood of people coming from Central America.
Immigrants held at a facility in Aurora say they were paid $1 a day for labor there. The New York Times recently investigated similar claims from around the country.
People held at the center accuse the company of pressuring them to work at the facility for a dollar a day or less.
The Denver judges will assume work that had been done by judges in Arlington, Virginia.
They want the Obama Administration to take action now and not wait until after the election.
Denver City Councilwoman Susan Shepherd recently visited a border town in Texas to learn about efforts to help the influx of undocumented immigrant children from central America.
When he was told he was born outside the U.S., Nick Ortega thought it was a joke. But it wasn't, and it started a fight for citizenship in the only country he's ever called home.
Two families from Weld County lost everything in last September's floods. We've been following their stories over the past 10 months, learning how difficult it is for families to recover physically and emotionally from a natural disaster.
A new trend is emerging: Colorado law enforcement officials say they don’t have authority to hold people just because ICE asks them to do so.