A family arrives and Rev. Brad Laurvick, second from left, a Denver Public Schools board board member, helps hand out breakfast bags at Cowell Elementary School. The food service staff and others from Denver Public Schools gather at Cowell Elementary School on March 16, 2020 in Denver. The free meals, which also include lunch from 12-1 p.m., will be available at 11 school locations in the Denver area through April 3, 2020. (Kathryn Scott, Special to The Colorado Sun)

Denver Public Schools isn’t just feeding hungry kids during the coronavirus crisis. Adults are getting help, too.

Denver Public Schools has designated free meal programs at 12 schools. They’re expanding the reach beyond kids to serve anyone in need.

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Police arrest 83 for curfew violations; Denver mayor calls after-dark mayhem “reckless, inexcusable and unacceptable”

Mayor Michael Hancock, who put curfew in place on Saturday, said daytime demonstrations were effective expressions of outrage over death of George Floyd at hands of police.

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Unsheltered and expecting: A southwest Colorado couple could lose their children if they don’t find housing

Living at Purple Cliffs near Durango has kept them safe from coronavirus, but without running water, the county-sanctioned encampment isn't shelter enough to satisfy agencies charged with protecting children.

Littwin: Tear gas, anger and confusion on the streets of Denver, finger pointing in the Capitol

“In a real sense our nation’s summers of riots are caused by our nation’s winters of delay,” MLK said in 1967.

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