Community Reacts To Controversial 'Gentrification' Coffee House SignLongtime residents of the Denver Five Points neighborhood are calling a recent advertisement at Ink Coffee “offensive.”
Jury Selection Begins In Murder, Arson TrialJury selection began Monday in a murder and arson trial that closed down a popular bagel shop for months.
City Shuts Down Popular Unlicensed RestaurantIt violates regulations to have employees use a bathroom sink for handwashing, as an inspection report noted was the case at Handy Diner in Five Points.
Black Guns Matter: 'Why Don't We Take Cheesesteaks Away?'In an effort to further educate the urban community about gun usage, the group Black Guns Matter made a stop in Denver to promote safe gun usage.
Denver's Harlem Of The West Legacy Endures Amid ChangeThe neighborhood was once called "The Harlem of the West." It's a place where Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington and Miles Davis performed to packed rooms not far from the snowcapped Rocky Mountains. For years, the area served as a haven for black residents who couldn't find housing elsewhere in the American West.
There's Another Affordable Housing Project Coming To DenverThere is more affordable housing coming to Denver.
Car Crashes Into Light Rail TrainRTD's D-Line was shut down Wednesday afternoon due to a crash.
Moses-El Verdict: Not Guilty In RetrialClarence Moses-El was found not guilty of rape in his second trial on Monday afternoon.
Protesters Call For Stop To Moses-El's New TrialAs jury selection got underway Friday, petitions were delivered to the Denver District Attorney demanding that the trial of Clarence Moses-El be called off.
Prominent Surrogates Campaign For Trump, ClintonTwo prominent surrogates campaigned in Colorado on Friday for the presidential candidates.
Bagel Shop Murder, Arson Suspect Appears In CourtThe man accused of murdering a man and then setting fire to an apartment located above a bagel shop to cover up the crime appeared in court on Thursday.
220+ Income-Qualified Homes Unveiled In Five PointsMore than 200 income-qualified apartments were unveiled in Denver's Five Points neighborhood on Tuesday.