After Diana Sanchez told jail staff multiple times that she was in labor, she eventually gave birth alone over a pad on her cot.
And, of course, people on Twitter had plenty of jokes about “The Great Mattress Migration of 2019.”
The city council voted 8-4 on Tuesday against renewing contracts with CoreCivic and GEO Group, which run six halfway houses in the Denver area.
Officials in major cities are taking a stand against President Trump's threats for mass deportation in order to protect their immigrant residents.
Denver will be the first U.S. city to decriminalize the use or possession of psilocybin by people 21 and older.
If the initiative passes, Denver would become the first U.S. city to legalize psilocybin.
One critic calls next week's ballot measure “one of the most frightening and heinous initiatives that I’ve witnessed in my career.”
Dieter Kowalski, 40, of Denver and Kieran Shafritz de Zoysa, a fifth grader at Sidwell Friends in Washington, D.C., both died in Sunday's attacks.
The customer told Denver police the technician pinned her arms and chest so painfully she feared she might be raped.
“There was a lack of committed leadership, committed resource.”
Sol Pais was the subject of an intensive manhunt after she flew to Colorado from Florida Monday.
My mind and body had to relearn everything from telling time to putting on socks.
The city could become the first to ease up on psilocybin mushroom use.
“These terrible practices that target our youth, simply for being who they are, are dangerous and immoral," Mayor Michael B. Hancock said.
“Yes, it’s a fish. I know. But dang, it was my pet. And just because it wasn’t a cat or dog, it wasn’t as important?” Lanice Powless told a San Diego station.
Susan Greene was detained in July after attempting to photograph officers surrounding an African-American man who was sitting on a public sidewalk.
Jamel Myles killed himself four days after coming out to his classmates, authorities say.