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A U.S. District Court judge in Denver has ruled that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement was in violation of the Freedom of Information Act by withholding certain immigration case files from attorneys.

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Donald Trump isn't the only politician with a political itch only Twitter can scratch. Democrat Elizabeth Warren extended her reach into Colorado on Wednesday afternoon when she weighed in on a piece of Colorado legislation.

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The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment released the state's new rules on pay standards and working conditions Wednesday, including huge leaps in the pay threshold to be put on salary.

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A barista at Morning Glory Espresso, 101 Fontaine Blvd., in the Widefield area south of Colorado Springs invited a woman inside the shop to warm up with a free cup of coffee after her credit card had been declined when she tried to buy a muffin. In return, the woman stole the barista's car at knifepoint, El Paso County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Jacqueline Kirby said.

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Some of the 35 online services that the Division of Motor Vehicles offers will experience a disruption from Jan. 25-26 during the implementation of a new information-sharing program. Renewals of driver's licenses and identification cards will be unavailable during this time.

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An inmate who died Friday night in the medical section at the El Paso County jail was identified Wednesday as Brian Clark of Colorado Springs.

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While home ownership is more affordable than renting in most of the country, more than two-thirds of counties with populations exceeding 500,000 were cheaper for renters — including in Colorado’s most populous counties.