Korey Wise, who used some of the $14 million he received for being wrongfully convicted of the rape and beating of a woman in Central Park in 1989 to fund the Innocence Project at CU Law, speaks with a student during a campus visit on Sept. 10, 2015. (Glenn Asakawa, University of Colorado)

Korey Wise’s donation gave CU’s Innocence Project real power. A Netflix series on the Central Park 5 is making it even stronger.

Korey Wise’s $190,000 contribution -- and the interest generated by a Netflix miniseries -- means the project can really help others who have been wrongly convicted

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DA on Colorado’s Eastern Plains indicted on drug, misconduct charges

Brittny Lewton, 40, was charged with three drug felonies, including conspiracy and possession, as well as official misconduct, a misdemeanor, according to online court records

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WATCH: Michael Bennet explains what went wrong with his presidential bid, vows to seek another Senate term

He refused to endorse a candidate in the primary, but said that if Bernie Sanders is the Democratic nominee it will make things harder for the party in swing-states -- like Colorado

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Colorado donors have shelled out millions to presidential candidates. Here’s who they’ve supported most.

Bernie Sanders is in the lead, having raised more than $2.7 million from Coloradans. Denver is the state’s biggest campaign cash cow, providing some $2 million to candidates from over 23,000 donors.