"It's really anywhere. We don't have to be at the club for them to be harassed. We could be at the mall."
One of the victims said that he had just left a nightclub with his boyfriend at the time of the attack near Capitol Hill.
Denver City Council unanimously voted to approve the initial investments into community projects that will cost $193 million in total.
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Colfax Avenue has been neglected for decades and not seen the same wave of revitalization as other areas of town, advocates say, but now with millions of taxpayer dollars within reach and support from community leaders and developers, many feel Colfax's time is coming.
"People want to see projects that will benefit the entire city," Mayor Michael Hancock said.
"Sucky" and "extreme pain" were how members of the executive committee described the choices they made to get to a number that fits within Denver's debt capacity.
Thanks to a recently announced increase in property values, city leaders believe that Denver could support a bond program of up to $900 million.
Joseph Scott Giaquinto also was charged with a misdemeanor hate crime on Friday.
Worshippers at one of Colorado's oldest mosques found a window broken when they arrived for a morning prayer session on Sunday.
Denver Councilwoman Robin Kniech wants to put $11 million in bond money in the hands of neighborhoods
This year's general obligation bond provides an opportunity to let neighborhoods try their hand at budgeting, the councilwoman said.
What was once his secret is now central to his job.
Derby was on parole for two felonies when he asked the woman why "black people" were "causing so much trouble."