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Stonewalled: Kiowa County sheriffs won’t explain why they killed Zach Gifford

Dear reader, Brandon, population 21, lies three hours southeast of Denver. It's a speck of a place amid Colorado's Southeastern Plains as they reach...
Laura Frank, left, helps a young journalist analyze data on immigration.

Meet our new boss: Introducing Laura Frank

Dear readers, We’re writing to introduce you to our new boss, the Colorado News Collaborative’s (COLab) Executive Director Laura Frank. Laura is a Denver native and...
Illustration by Desolina Fletcher

Greene: On longing What's moving you in this time of isolation and unrest?

Dear reader, Tina and I have spent much of the last month knee-deep in documents for a difficult investigative project we’re still piecing together. So...
Ben Rosenthal, second from left, with his sister Ariella, mother Inka, father Robert and brother Adam.

Greene: The hardest stories Colorado has one of the highest suicide rates in the...

Dear readers,  The story of Ben Rosenthal’s death last year is not mine to tell. For starters, I never met the 26-year-old from Marin County, California....
The pressroom at the Alamosa Valley Courier Friday night as it printed our collaboration on a protest-related shooting. (Photo by Stephen Jiron)

What news collaboration looks – and smells – like

Dear readers, It had been too long since I smelled a newspaper. By that, I don’t mean the thing tossed on our front stoops each morning....
Jayla Felix, 14, and Cameron Johnson, 13, mattering on the Capital steps Tuesday night. (Photo by Susan Greene)

By marching in Denver, a girl finds her way to “matter” "To be honest,...

Jayla Felix took a bus and then light rail from east Aurora to Denver Sunday to see black lives mattering in person. By that point,...
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”...

Greene: Denver pastor says he and the world changed during seven-week COVID coma 'I...

The Rev. Terrance “Big T” Hughes remembers his first thought last month upon waking from his coma. He had no clue he was in the...

Our next chapter The Indy is moving away from a daily news site as...

Dear readers, We told you last month that big changes are underway as the Indy joins forces with the Colorado Press Association, Colorado Media Project and newsrooms throughout the state. We told you...
The Rev. Terrance "Big T" Hughes was discharged from VA hospital in Aurora this afternoon after seven weeks on a ventilator for COVID-19-related lung failure. He now will work on his rehabilitation in an acute care center in Morrison. (Photo by Marie-Dominique Verdier)

Greene: VA hospital celebrates and sends off its first COVID-patient “I needed this. ......

Friends and family of the Rev. Terrance “Big T” Hughes’ gathered outside the Aurora VA hospital doorway Wednesday afternoon. It'd been many weeks since...
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