The 432-bed annex is privately run and has fallen under criticism for disease outbreaks and shrouding information.
A rare tour offered to journalists aimed to demonstrate how ICE was responding to a public health crisis. U.S. Rep Jason Crow and Aurora council members have been demanding such a tour to no avail.
The company behind the Aurora ICE detention center recently opened an annex that increased overall capacity nearly 40 percent.
RTD fired the operator last week, saying the train was going too fast.
State House Majority Leader Alec Garnett is ready to draft legislation so the state can at least step up to the starting gate on wagers.
To some degree Colorado’s problems stem from the state’s unique system of gambling.
The truckers say they need an unbiased party to study the issue and help find a solution.
"Hooded, Or Being Black for Dummies" opens at the Aurora Fox Arts Center Friday, Jan. 18.
Hazmat trucks cross RTD's tracks at Chambers Road between 600 to 1,000 times a day. They say an accident there could be catastrophic.
There was fanfare accompanying its debut, but before that it had angered downtown Denver hotels, survived numerous legal challenges, and cost hundreds of millions in tax incentives.