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Colorado's officials are at odds over how to respond to spike in fentanyl overdoses

Wednesday, March 09, 2022

The alarming rise of fentanyl-related deaths in Colorado may revamp drug enforcement. Those dying often think they're taking another drug that turns out to be fentanyl. Who should be held accountable?


People in Aurora search for answers into shootings involving teenagers

Thursday, December 09, 2021

Sixteen teens were shot in Aurora, Colo., over 20 days in November. Adults and kids are looking for reasons and solutions. So far, it doesn't appear that the multiple incidents are related.


Over A Dozen Officers Have Been Charged Since Colorado Passed Its Police Reform Laws

Monday, September 27, 2021

Colorado passed sweeping police reform laws after 2020's protests over the use of force by police. A year later, more than a dozen cops have been charged for crimes involving conduct.


Police Officers And Paramedics Have Been Charged In The 2019 Death Of Elijah McClain

Wednesday, September 01, 2021

A grand jury has indicted three Aurora, Colo., police officers and two paramedics involved in the death of Elijah McClain, who died in their custody two years ago. His death sparked ongoing protests.


Boulder, Colo., Holds Memorial For Police Officer Killed In Supermarket Shooting

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

The city of Boulder, Colo., says goodbye to Eric Talley, the police officer killed in response to the supermarket shooting which left 10 dead on March 22.


In Colorado, Aurora City Leaders Look At Next Steps In Elijah McClain Case

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

An independent investigation finds Aurora, Colo., police had no reason to contact Elijah McClain, a young Black man who died in their custody last summer. City leaders are looking at next steps.


States Across The U.S. Are Taking Different Approaches Toward Vaccinating Inmates

Monday, February 22, 2021

States across the U.S. have taken a hodgepodge approach to vaccinating inmates in prisons and jails. Advocates say the issue is key to fighting COVID-19 outbreaks inside and outside of prison walls.


Investigation Into Child Sex Abuse By Priests In Colorado Finds Dozens of Victims

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

A new investigation has found dozens of victims of child sexual abuse by Roman Catholic priests in Colorado and a decades-long cover-up. It can't rule out that some priests are still serving.


Can Businesses Turn Away LGBT Customers? Court Battles Bubbling Back Up

Sunday, February 10, 2019

A central question related to LGBTQ rights may again be headed to the U.S. Supreme Court:


Denver Takes Steps To Shield Immigrants From ICE

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Federal immigration agents have refused to back off Denver's courthouses, where they are looking for immigrants in the country illegally, so city officials decided to help some immigrants avoid court.


White House Ends Congressional Bill Allowing Deportation Delays For Immigrants

Thursday, May 25, 2017

The Trump administration is ending a longstanding system in which members of Congress can intervene in the deportation of an immigrant in the country illegally. Immigrant advocates and Senate Democrats are crying foul.