His vote likely to decide the outcome, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy voiced competing concerns about religious freedom and civil rights.
South Broadway’s construction nightmare is temporarily over — just in time for all those new pedestrians
Don't put away your construction vest just yet, though.
Prominent Denver civil rights attorney David Lane signs on to class action suit against homeless sweeps
David Lane has represented prominent clients like anti-tax crusader Douglas Bruce and ousted University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill.
Muslim inmates in Adams County will be guaranteed access to Qurans after the sheriff’s office settles lawsuit
The settlement calls for Adams County to ensure that Muslim inmates always have access to religious materials and sack meals at night during Ramadan.
A new civil-rights lawsuit against the Denver Police Department claims a man was arrested because he "is an African-American man from Aurora."
Prominent civil rights attorney David Lane plans to file a lawsuit on the behalf of three prison inmates in Sterling.
It seemed that each marcher felt they were channeling Martin Luther King Jr.'s mission in their own way. Though interpretations of his unifying message took different forms, it seemed that everyone shared a vision of hope.
Colorado officials hope to start widening a congested stretch of Interstate 25 between Monument and Castle Rock in 2019.
Is the bathroom for one person at a time? Then any person can use it, according to a building code update approved by the Denver City Council.
Charlie Burrell, often referred to as the "Jackie Robinson of music," was the first African-American musician to play in a symphony orchestra in the United States.