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Littwin: Michael Marshall didn’t have to die

Denver sheriff's staff restrained Michael Lee Marshall and put a spit guard on his mouth. He choked on his own vomit, lost consciousness and died...

Confederate and American flags burned at Denver anti-racist rally

“If he was black, he’d be dead. You better believe it,” Denver civil rights activist Virgil Robinson said about Dylann Roof — the young...

Activists demand recall of Denver’s district attorney

Police reform activists clutched petitions Friday afternoon on the 16th Street Mall demanding the recall of Denver's district attorney, Mitch Morrissey, who has held the...

Community wants more say in Denver Sheriff’s Department reform

Activists calling for the complete overhaul of the Denver Sheriff's Department are not impressed by Mayor Michael Hancock's decision not to include any community members...

Wiretap: Did this brutal Texas cop not see the camera?

Candid camera? The movement for cop-cams is growing around the country. In McKinney, Tex., where the cop was caught on video strong-arming a 14-year-old African-American girl...

Wiretap: Another white cop brutalizing black youth

More proof The video of the Texas cop manhandling a young black girl at a pool party has gone viral. And the story of cops using excessive...

News Poem: ‘I have traveled much to go nowhere today’

Blood pressure reacts to such toxic swallowings

Multimedia mashup: Seven Colorado-lawmakers’ attempts at police reform; protestors rally

A couple dozen protestors gathered outside the state Capitol on May Day, faces hidden and flags waving. They were trying to end police brutality....

Faith leaders target Denver mayor in wake of Booker verdict

DENVER -- There were balloons on the front steps of Denver’s detention center Tuesday. Lots of them, in red, black and green. Holding the strings...

Protesters, police keep calm at demonstration for Denver youth shot by...

A mixed bag of slam poets, parents and activists gathered Saturday to protest the July 2 police shooting of a 20-year-old. With video.