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Friday night's march, from the site where officers confronted Elijah McClain to the police department's headquarters, comes just hours after the release of a picture showing officers mocking the chokehold that was used on him.
Make some new traditions this weekend.
The man who helped La Raza Park become a Chicano epicenter in Denver has been waiting a long time for this moment
The process to rename Columbus Park is underway, decades after people started calling it by another name.
Fearing a supposed ‘autonomous zone,’ Denver police used weapons to oust people from Civic Center Park
DPD says protesters swung first. Protesters said they were helping people without homes.
Tenants’ rights advocates wonder how long renters will be able to keep up payments
Arts organizations and their money have been “offering some kind of good news … in the sea of otherwise grim news.”
The online real estate company says COVID-19 is affecting demand in Denver and across the country
Other police involved remain on the force.
The Denver Department of Public Health & Environment started accepting applications Thursday for Denver Emergency Food Relief Fund grants.
That was fast: Denver’s coronavirus testing site will go back to normal hours after getting 10,000 new tests from governor’s office
Free tests for everyone (in the metro area)!
The measure would raise an estimated $40 million a year to increase housing options, rental assistance and supportive services like shelters.
The class-action suit seeks damages for every person affected by DPD's crowd-control tactics.
Denver's mayor, who had resisted sanctioned camping, says COVID-19 "has introduced a new reality."
In short: It was "a small group of agitators" that led to police dispersing the weekend crowds.
White supremacist trolls tried and failed to derail an online Denver meeting about getting racism out of law enforcement
People at the first of several online meetups meant to inform a fundamental change in policing powered through.
The FBI and Justice Department have been investigating Aurora’s handling of Elijah McClain since 2019
The joint statement landed in the middle of a meeting Aurora's holding regarding policing at a recent protest over McClain's death.
Rising coronavirus cases in other states means less testing at Denver’s free Pepsi Center testing site
The shortage means the site will cut back hours for free testing.
Partially because the people who are responsible for charging cops also work with them.
Leaders from a citizen watchdog group, the faith community and conflict resolution advocates organized the meeting, which could inform the changes committed to by Denver's top public safety official.