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Greene: The fight for a free press gets real

I write in solidarity with hundreds of news outlets nationwide that are heeding a call by The Boston Globe to rally today for freedom...

Denver police open internal investigation into detaining of Colorado Independent editor

The Denver Police Department says it has opened an internal investigation into an incident in which The Colorado Independent’s Editor Susan Greene was handcuffed...

Greene: That time a Denver cop made up excuses to handcuff...

Tina Griego – my colleague who’d normally edit this column – suggested that I calm down and sleep on it before writing. Find your...

Kentucky lawsuit alleges outgoing Denver Police Chief Robert White covered up...

Outgoing Denver Police Chief Robert White is being named in a civil rights lawsuit in Louisville, Ky., alleging that under his leadership there a...

Mayor taps Westside commander Paul Pazen as Denver’s next police chief

Paul Pazen, a Denver native and career-long officer nicknamed “Smiley” because of his cheery attitude, will be the city’s next chief of police. Mayor Michael...

New data collection program will test bias in Denver policing

In an effort to better understand and address complaints of biased policing in Denver, officers in the northeast part of the city will begin...

WATCH: Family Speaks on Anniversary of Marvin Booker’s Death

Monday, July 10, marked seven years and one day since Marvin Booker died at the hands of five Denver sheriff’s deputies. But on that...

Greene: “Dirty cop, show me your hands” and other vignettes from...

A white paper released today by Denver’s Independent Monitor reminds us why we need that office. The 61-page half-yearly report reveals what most city safety officials won't...

Cancelation of controversial basketball game doesn’t deter racial justice protesters

Racial justice advocates met this morning to protest a canceled "Law enforcement vs. Youth” basketball game that they didn’t want to happen in the...

Denver voters will decide whether city will adopt a permanent watchdog...

Denver voters will decide in November whether the city should move toward more permanent independent oversight of the Denver police and sheriff's departments. The Denver City...