Think of Colorado, the site of this evening's presidential debate, as a fairly accurate picture of what the United States will look like in ten years.
Metropolitan State University of Denver says it has decided to move forward with its controversial vote granting undocumented students a new tuition rate, to go into effect this fall.
The suspect apprehended in the mass shooting at a suburban Denver movie theater has been identified as James Holmes, 24.
Two undocumented immigrant students occupied President Barack Obama's Denver campaign office and began a hunger strike in support of the DREAM Act.
No dance I have ever seen compares to the political Cha-Cha-Cha that is seen during a political election year. Here are some hot steps to keep your eye on.
For the next six weeks in Denver, prosecutors will review all 7,800 cases in Denver Immigration Court, to determine which immigrants pose a threat or security risk and which ones do not.
U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda Solis is visiting Denver to sell Coloradans, including Latinos, on President Obama's jobs bill.
Shifting the emphasis in deportations to criminals is the right move. But it’s not enough. The United States still sorely needs comprehensive immigration reform.
Obama’s campaign team says Hispanic voters will be even more essential to winning the Rocky Mountain state in 2012, a point underscored by the president’s second visit there in less than a month and an elaborate effort to engage Hispanics more than a year before they can hit the polls.
A new political committee has been formed by Denver Latinos who are critical of two Hispanic members of the Denver school board and who are actively campaigning against the one member up for re-election.
James Mejia has returned to the Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce as its interim president and CEO. He will serve in this role until a permanent replacement can be found.
Should we provide him with some?
The Obama re-election campaign announced Thursday that Katherine Archuleta will serve as political director. With her appointment, Archuleta becomes the first Latina to hold the position on a major presidential campaign.
This week I had a chance to interview James Mejia the upstart, and now top tier candidate, in the Denver Mayoral race. Mejia has startled political insiders with a campaign so efficient it has found itself in a three way tie for first while being out spent by at least four to one. I asked him about his rocket ship campaign and his plan for bringing jobs to Denver. Take a listen to the man who was underestimated and who may be the next Mayor of the mile high city.