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Gov. Jaren Polis answers questions from reporters at the Colorado Convention Center as it is converted into a care site for COVID-19 patients on April 10, 2020. He is aiming to gradually reopen Colorado by April 26. (Photo by Forest Wilson)

April Updates: COVID-19 in Colorado Regular updates from the month Coloradans were ordered to...

These updates continue our coverage of a story that was originally published on March 5, when Colorado health officials announced the first two diagnosed...

“Beyond Reform”: What Michael Hancock has – and hasn’t – fixed in Denver’s troubled...

Late last August, Mayor Michael Hancock and his top safety officials held a news conference to celebrate what they called “a major milestone” in...

Denver jail inmate tests positive for COVID-19 Advocates say the spread within jails may...

An inmate in Denver’s downtown jail has tested positive for COVID-19, city officials said on Monday.  The inmate has been isolated in the medical unit...

Amid a growing opioid epidemic, lawmakers hope to end drug-addiction withdrawal in county jails...

On a warm spring day in 2015, Sarah Blair was stranded at a Safeway in Thornton with no car and a dead cell phone....

From the rubble, The Denver Post’s editorial board rebuilds. Differently.

Nearly four months passed since a rebellion on The Denver Post's editorial pages against the paper's cost-cutting hedgefund owner made the Mile High City ground zero in a new...

Year in review: Here’s what happened in Colorado’s media world in 2019 Your year-end...

For the first 2020 edition of this humble newsletter-and-column enterprise that began chronicling Colorado media issues in 2015, we review the year and all that...
Gov. Jared Polis announced Colorado's first two cases of coronavirus in Colorado on March 5, 2020. As of Friday, March 27, tyhe state was up to more than 1,700 cases with 31 deaths. (Photo by John Herrick)

March Updates: COVID-19 in Colorado Regular updates for the month COVID-19 began to spread...

The story was originally published on March 5, when Colorado health officials announced the first two diagnosed cased of COVID-19 in Colorado. The story...

Decades of desegregation: Denver readers recall their own stories of ‘busing’

As Democratic presidential candidates debate “busing,” many Americans are revisiting the era when their cities desegregated schools by sending students to other neighborhoods each...
Photo of smoggy downtown Denver skyline via the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Air Pollution Control Division, Technical Services Program, Wednesday, March 6, 2019.

Clearing the air: Stay-at-home eases Denver’s ‘brown cloud’

As Denver and the state begin to reopen this month, people will emerge from their houses having gotten a taste of some potential new...
Denver Post reporter Alex Burness shows welts left after police fired foam pellets into a crowd of protesters on May 31, 2020. Burness was struck four times. (Photo courtesy of Shelly Bradbury)

Greene: Denver Police agreed to First Amendment training. It still hasn’t happened.

A pair of Denver officers taught me a few things in the summer of 2018. #1: That a woman ought to “Act like a lady”...
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