An officer labeled a “significant” liability risk by the Federal Heights Police Department in suburban Denver went on to work as a police sergeant in Platteville where he parked his
Colorado Promised Transparency Around Police Misconduct, But Is Still Not Holding Most Rogue Cops Publicly Accountable.
A Denver Police officer bragged to coworkers that he shot a carjacking suspect once in the head to kill him, then at least 16 times more to see his “face
One of two Kiowa County sheriff’s officers who in 2020 fatally gunned down an unarmed man with three bullets to the back has been found guilty of attempted manslaughter. Wednesday’s
On Tuesday, May 25, we heard from Indigenous Voices working group members and other collaborators discussing the newly released report, “Reach, Representation and Respect: Recommendations to Improve Relations Between Indigenous
Reach, Representation and Respect: Recommendations to Improve Relations Between Indigenous Communities and Local News in Colorado
The Voices Initiative began in January of 2021 as a community organizing project of the nonprofit Free Press, Colorado Media Project (CMP) and the Colorado News Collaborative (COLab). It was
Latino and Black Poverty Rates in Colorado Are Near Historic Lows, but Economic Stability Remains Elusive
The kitchen table, round and glass, with wooden legs, sits in a sunlit corner of Alejandra Carrera and Clemente Flores’ apartment. It is one of the first things visitors see.
A Pesar De Tasas De Pobreza Históricamente Bajas, Sigue Siendo Difícil Que Las Personas Latinas Y Negras En Colorado Alcancen La Estabilidad Económica
La mesa de la cocina, redonda, de cristal y con patas de madera, reposa en un rincón soleado del apartamento de Alejandra Carrera y Clemente Flores. Es una de las