After a few tense moments at Alden Global Capital's New York headquarters, building staff refused to accept the petition, and protesters were thrown out.
Denver Post newsroom staff members write letter to readers ahead of rallies in Denver and New York City
"We, the newsroom of The Denver Post, are outraged at the unconscionable censorship imposed on our now-former editorial page editor, Chuck Plunkett."
Denver Post editorial page editor resigns after fiery anti-ownership package grabs attention worldwide — and at the corporate office
In early April, Plunkett and the editorial board published an editorial condemning Post owner Alden Global Capital.
As Colorado's civic community tries to mount a journalistic rescue mission and buy the Post, it is looking to Salt Lake City and other cities like Boston, Minneapolis and Philadelphia.
The city of Denver already subleases about 92,000 square feet of the eleven-floor building near Civic Center.
Denver Post told to cut 30 more newsroom staff, continuing brutal stretch of change at Colorado’s largest news organization
"It’s a big hit. And it hurts."
Councilman Kevin Flynn asked, maybe jokingly, whether the city might "get to have its name on the building."
Jesus Carreno drove for several blocks after the crash before calling police to report it, according to the DA's office.
Hey, it looks like the Democratic National Convention is going to be stupid, too!
What happened to lawns? They got eaten by houses.
Yes, yes, Denver home prices are high, says another Denver Post story. But what caught my eye was this: