Denver

Teachers in Denver, Colorado are dressed in winter gear as they strike and hold large white signs in front of the Colorado State Capitol on February 11, 2019.

Immigrant Teachers in Denver Threatened With Deportation For Striking

Denver Classroom Teachers Association president Henry Roman: “This is just a scare tactic to intimidate our immigrant educators.”

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ICYMI: Denver Sheriff Department Settles Discriminatory Hiring Lawsuit

The U.S. Department of Justice sued the department for discriminating against work-authorized undocumented immigrants during the hiring process.

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STUDY: Police Body Cameras in Danger of Being Used as 'Instruments of Injustice'

The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights examined body-worn camera policies in 50 municipalities. It was not impressed.

Questions Linger for LGBT Community After Police Kill Jessie Hernandez

The fatal shooting of Jesse Hernandez is shining a light on the Denver police department’s relationship with LGBT residents of color.

Watch: Family, Friends Say Goodbye to Jessie Hernandez

The 17-year-old’s death at the hands of Denver police is still being investigated.

Jessie Hernández's Family Calls for Federal Investigation Into Police Shooting

The call comes amid conflicting stories of what happened before the teen’s death.

Denver Residents Protest Police Killing of Queer Latina Teen

Jessie Hernandez was only 17 years old.

Denver's Plugging Up Its School-to-Prison Pipeline

In the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre, elected officials, pundits and gun lobbyists have been calling for more police in schools. So why is Denver doing its own thing?