The former state senator joined The Colorado Sun for an extended discussion ahead of his inauguration Monday. Here’s what he said about his preparations, his priorities and the migrant crisis.
They saw bodies — including those of children. Some were assaulted on a train, others were kidnapped. They risked run-ins with mafias and corrupt cops.
With 16 candidates running for mayor, it looks as if Mike Johnston and Kelly Brough broke through and are headed for a runoff.
There are 16 candidates running in the April 4 election to lead the Mile High City. The race will likely move to a runoff between the top two vote-getters in June.
In the latest poll, the leading candidates are all at 5%, barely ahead of the margin of error, which is at a competitive 4.9%
Dozens of Colorado nonprofits are funding direct cash programs they say have led to economic stability for individuals and families.
An oral history of Colorado’s unprecedented approval of Amendment 64, told by the people who fought for — and against — it
Much is still unknown about the negligent mass shooting by Denver police last weekend, but one thing is for certain: city and police leadership are failing to regain community trust by appearing to obscure the truth. No one could have predicted what happened last Sunday. While enjoying a night out with friends and family, six […]
Declaring that “we’re at a pivot point in this battle,” Denver Mayor Michael Hancock on Monday announced that the city will allow its mask mandate for stores and businesses to expire Thursday. The order will remain in place for schools and child care centers, though. While not ruling out future restrictions if cases begin to […]
When Wanbli Cabrera and several of her family members started camping outside of Four Winds American Indian Council at West Fifth Avenue and Bannock Street in Denver five months ago, they were running out of options. They had been camping on the streets of Denver for years — two, in Cabrera’s case, and longer for […]