$14M jury award for Denver protesters could resonate around US
Courts across the nation are weighing more than two dozen similar lawsuits.
Woman gets community service for hitting protester with car in Denver
Jennifer Watson was acquitted of assault in July but found guilty of misdemeanor reckless driving
“Everything is still the same”: A year after protests, young Coloradans don’t think anyone is listening anymore
Much of the momentum behind last summer’s Black Lives Matter movement has died down, leaving students to wonder how much longer they’ll have to fight for change.
Two Denver officers suspended for excessive force during George Floyd protests
Officers Derek Streeter and Diego Archuleta were the first in the department to be disciplined for excessive force during the protests
Denver police used excessive violence, didn’t turn on body cameras during George Floyd protests, report says
The lack of a plan fueled chaos and increased the rift between law enforcement and a traumatized community, said the report issued by Denver's Office of the Independent Monitor.
Denver prosecutors will charge Matthew Dolloff with second-degree murder in protest shooting
The 30-year-old, who was working as a private, contracted security guard for television station 9News, faces between 16 and 48 years in prison if convicted
9News says it requested unarmed security, wasn’t aware Matthew Dolloff had gun before protest shooting
Lee Keltner, a 49-year-old veteran and custom cowboy hat maker, died in the shooting
Aurora police arrest man sought in protest shooting on attempted homicide charges
One man was shot in the leg and another suffered a grazing wound to the head in the shooting
Colorado Capitol cleanup begins, is expected to cost more than $1 million and last until winter
Crews began washing away the graffiti on the building over the weekend
How a new community of Black artists was born out of Denver’s police brutality protests
What started with volunteers spraying “Black Lives Matter” on temporary plywood boxes became a full-fledged exhibit in Denver’s Civic Center park
Nicolais: Protesters should topple legacies, not statues
Colorado protesters tearing down civic statues do more harm than good to the worthy causes they support
Denver reaches agreement in lawsuit over police response to George Floyd protests
A judge must sign off to finalize the agreement. It is unclear when the agreement could become final.
Fractured skulls, lost eyes: Police often break their own rules when using “rubber bullets”
Denver’s policy says officers should use projectiles only on a “combative or physically resistive person whose conduct rises at least to the level of active aggression." The city also forbids officers from targeting the “head, eyes, throat, neck, breasts of a female, genitalia or spinal column” of a suspect “unless deadly force is warranted.”
Wilson: Stapleton finally says goodbye to a Denver klansman’s legacy
Let Benjamin Stapleton be remembered where he belongs -- in the history books
Opinion: Systemic racism is everywhere, all the time. Now start your own protest.
Carotid holds would now be banned under Colorado’s police accountability bill, which is nearing passage
Thirteen amendments were passed on Wednesday night, including a requirement that prosecutors notify the public when they forward an investigation into a police-involved death to a grand jury
On 11th day of George Floyd protests, Denver police announce major use-of-force policy changes
Denver police, under pressure from federal courts and lawmakers, now must report when they point a firearm at a person
Broncos players, coaches join 10th day of George Floyd demonstration in Denver
Safety Kareem Jackson was instrumental in organizing the team’s appearance at Civic Center Park