The friends who'd been fighting with each other at school were soon on the same side of a courtroom.
Kevin took the photo back in 2016 in Wash Park West and I reused it in a story about rent trends, not thinking much about it.
Denver is one of only nine cities studied whose residents today are more likely to be cost-burdened now than decade ago.
Denver Auditor Tim O'Brien recommended this step back in January 2016 as a way to better measure and guard against racial profiling.
Marijuana facilities in the Denver metro area only make up 2.9 percent of the total warehouse inventory, but they have driven up prices.
It's one of a number of steps Denver is taking to offer concrete financial help to those most affected by displacement.
Race and equity in education were in the spotlight in 2016.
A conversation about race has unfolded for 19 years in a Denver church basement – but they’re still figuring out how to talk about Trump
People of color are familiar with the upset now felt by many white liberals. "Historically, this is not unfamiliar territory at all," said Carolyn Love.
Shorter Community AME Church Pastor Tim Tyler: "We've just gotten confirmation from the United States of America that we have a race problem."
In addition to the headliners, Colorado has some high-stakes happenings at the state level, with Democrats in position to take over the Senate.
A recent message on the wall read: “White People. Do Something. —#BlackLivesMatter” Then someone crossed out "white" and "black."
Asians took the title of America's fastest growing population from Hispanics, according to a new report from The Pew Research Center.