ACLU Leaders Don't Want History To Repeat ItselfWith a past controversy in mind, the American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado filed a records request with the city of Denver on Thursday, asking to obtain information about the Denver Police Department’s purchase and use of software that enables it to monitor social media activity.
Community, Police Meet In Effort To Dispel 'Storm Of Mistrust'In the wake of police shooting deaths of black men around the country followed by civil unrest, community leaders and law enforcement officials sat down to "help build trust."
Marshall To Make Donation For Every Tackle, Picks Up New SponsorBroncos linebacker Brandon Marshall says he'll make a donation for every tackle he completes this season.
Denver Police Chief: 'Great Conversation' With Broncos Brandon MarshallDenver Police Chief Robert White and Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall met on Tuesday.
Broncos Marshall To Take A Knee Again SundayBroncos linebacker Brandon Marshall says he'll kneel again before this Sunday's game during the national anthem.
Suspect Killed In Officer-Involved Shooting Previously Eluded OfficersThe man who was shot and killed during a confrontation with police on Wednesday afternoon had previously eluded officers.
3 Officers Serving Warrant Injured, Suspect DeadThree Denver police officers are in the hospital after a fight broke out when they were serving a warrant Wednesday afternoon.
Denver Police To Begin Collecting Race, Gender DataPolice in Denver will soon collect racial and gender data, along with other information, from some traffic and pedestrian stops. That information will be used to look for any biased policing within the department.
Denver Police To Start Collecting Racial Data From Traffic StopsPolice in Denver will soon collect racial data from some traffic and pedestrian stops. That information will be used to look for any biased policing within the department.
Teen Who Came To Woman's Aid Awarded For His HeroicsLast November David Ponce witnessed a man attacking a woman in downtown Denver.
Single-Rolled Joints Still For Sale Despite Police Chief's RequestPolice in Denver have a plan to boost patrols on the 16th Street Mall after a spike in violent attacks. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock has blamed what he called "travelers" thought to be enticed by the legal marijuana industry.
Community Leaders Focus On Reconciliation, Healing In Shooting AftermathProtesters, community leaders and others are expressing their anger, grief and sadness over the violent events involving police officers across the nation this week. Denver's mayor expressed the need for healing.

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