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Attorney General-elect Weiser will seek settlement in Moses-EL’s $1.9M wrongful-conviction claim Outgoing AG Coffman...

Colorado’s incoming attorney general says he hopes to settle a lawsuit filed by a Denver man who spent 28 years in prison on a...

Future uncertain for Denver service that runs public-access media for thousands

Next month Denver will shake up its public-access resource for media production and training. What that shake-up looks like, and the next location of the...

With Nov. 6 gains, Colorado Democrats boost prospects for new laws targeting gun violence...

One Saturday in March, a month after the mass shooting in Parkland, Fla., angry demonstrators filled Denver’s Civic Center Park with a warning for...

Latest Denver police sweep forces three dozen homeless from RiNo camp It was the...

A young woman shrieked and howled Wednesday morning as she stomped across Arkins Court toward Brighton Boulevard, away from the homeless encampment where she’d...

Critics cry foul as Denver plans shakeup of public-access media

The nonprofit that runs Denver’s public-access media facility is rallying its users and 300-plus members to appeal to Mayor Hancock to keep the operation...

Court nixes Denver’s practice of jailing people who can’t pay $50 fee “Local kid,...

A Denver court on Friday put an end to a practice by Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s administration of jailing criminal defendants for failing to...
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The Indycator: Jared Polis

Welcome back to our new series, The Indycator, a once-a-week conversation between The Indy’s crack political reporters and Maeve Conran, KGNU independent community radio’s director...

Amid heated community debate, Denver extends time for superintendent search

The Denver school board has pushed back the date by which it will name finalists for the superintendent job from October to November. The...

Community pleads in vain with Denver board in bid to thwart I-70 construction plan

For nearly three hours on Thursday night, a steady stream of Denverites — citizens, activists, lawyers and politicians — implored the city’s Board of...

‘High tension, anger’ expected as Denver weighs plan for noisy overnight work on I-70

The contractor on the I-70 expansion through Denver is hoping a new sound barrier and a shorter construction timeline will appease the politicians and...