They've ended up being a "tool of privilege," said Renee Martinez-Stone, but it doesn't have to be that way. "This is a tool that could keep people in place."
Councilman Jolon Clark and community leaders in Athmar Park have a plan that could bring tens of millions of dollars to Denver's southwestern neighborhoods.
"Denver does not have any law that restricts people from killing nuisance wildlife on their property. The state allows you to kill nuisance wildlife."
Instead of giving the grant to a nonprofit, Kaiser Permanente is giving money directly to the Athmar Park Neighborhood Association.
The FAA will hold 11 community meetings to discuss changes to the flight paths that serve DIA and other Denver metro area airports.
Edwards-based Crazy Mountain Brewing used a drone to get aerial video of its operation in Denver, angering nearby residents.