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Crime victims of color are often treated as statistics rather than people. [Read More]
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Activists at Denver demonstrations against racist policing frequently note that black men and women killed in law enforcement actions are treated as though their identities don't... [Read More]
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Our expert doesn't mince words. [Read More]
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The employee found work at the store frustrating and frightening. [Read More]
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Case rates in Colorado have risen in eleven days over two weeks. [Read More]
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A tourism agency bringing up controversial news is highly unusual. [Read More]
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For years, the Denver area housing market was so scorching that it seemed nothing could dial down the heat — and prices haven't dropped thus... [Read More]
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Prices are expected to fall by nearly 10 percent by May 2021. [Read More]
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The 22 new outbreaks in a week is on the high end of recent reports. [Read More]
One of the homes appears to have formerly housed a meth lab. [Read More]
No officers were criminally charged in any of the cases. [Read More]
A Polis spokesperson questions whether the study's data is up to date. [Read More]
On July 7, Wallethub, a website based in Washington, D.C., released a study ranking Colorado as the second-most-restrictive state in the country — behind only California... [Read More]
In the beginning, free COVID-19 testing at the Pepsi Center was a snap — and a justified point of pride for Denver officials responding to... [Read More]
The city closed off testing on Tuesday because of overwhelming demand. [Read More]
The study should add fuel to critics' fire. [Read More]
The most recent report regarding COVID-19 outbreaks from the Colorado Department of Public Health, dated July 1, revealed that new entries had nearly doubled from... [Read More]
Family members were shocked by photos mocking McClain's death. [Read More]
The party was attended by nearly three dozen teens. [Read More]
Around noon on July 4 in Grand Junction, the largest city on Colorado's Western Slope, a parade was taking place on North Avenue, the community's... [Read More]
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