Keith Wrede, Colorado Springs Officer Who Said 'Kill Them All,' Sued For Excessive ForceA Colorado Springs police officer disciplined for saying “Kill Them All” during a livestream of a protest against racial injustice and police violence last year is one of two officers accused of using excessive force on a woman following an earlier protest in a federal lawsuit.
Denver Public Schools Board Of Education Authorizes Investigation Into Allegations Against School Board Director Tay AndersonThe Denver Public Schools Board of Education announced on Tuesday that they have authorized a "thorough and independent fact-finding investigation" in response to the allegations made against Denver Public Schools Board Director Tay Anderson.
Tay Anderson Says He's Open To Any Investigation After Sexual Assault Allegations SurfaceDenver Public School Board member Tay Anderson says he welcomes any investigation after allegations that he sexually assaulted a woman emerged over the weekend.
Black Colorado Leaders Stress Need For Continued Movement & Social JusticeWhile a summer of unrest magnified the need to march and rally for social justice, it is only the lasted evolution in a long history for the Black community.
Suppression Of Expression: Littleton HOA Still Undecided On Couple's Black Lives Matter FlagTwo homeowners are still waiting to learn the fate of their Black Lives Matter flag.
Former Coloradan Aaron Appelhans Becomes First-Ever Black Sheriff In WyomingAaron Appelhans was appointed Wyoming's first Black sheriff, a post he took months after fury over racist policing roiled U.S. cities.
Denver Broncos Safety Justin Simmons Leaving A Lasting Impact Off The FieldJustin Simmons has made a name for himself on the field with his play, but his impact off the field has been far greater than stats could ever tell.
Littleton HOA Asks Couple To Remove BLM FlagA neighborhood HOA in Littleton told a couple they weren't allowed to fly a BLM flag outside their home.
Path To Police Reform Looks Bumpier Than Expected In DenverThe Task Force to Reimagine Policing and Public Safety started after the Black Lives Matter protests eight months ago. Now, Denver police officers and the Department of Safety have pulled out of the community-led effort.
'I Feel Violated': Trump Supporter Reacts After Trio Spray Paints BLM, Pro-Biden Message Near HomeSecurity footage from multiple homes captured at least three people, presumed to be teenaged girls, spray painting the road in front of the home with messages of support for Black Lives Matter and Joe Biden’s campaign.
'Still Demanding Justice': Nuggets Coach Michael Malone Compares Breonna Taylor Decision To Elijah McClain Casehe Denver Nuggets head coach Michael Malone expressed his disappointment with the grand jury's decision not to charge officers with killing Breonna Taylor, calling it "tragic" and "a shame."
Video: Man Holding Gun Arrested At Breonna Taylor Protest In DenverCBS4's team was just feet away, and had the camera rolling, when they saw the man running with a gun drawn.
Lowry Board Reverses Policy: Yard Signs Now AllowedAfter hearing from unhappy residents and following a spate of media attention, the HOA board overseeing Denver’s Lowry neighborhood reversed a long-standing policy and voted to allow residents to display two yard signs.
HOA Orders Lowry Residents In Denver To Remove Social Justice Yard SignsResidents of Denver's Lowry neighborhood are being ordered to remove yard signs pushing various social causes.
Black Leaders Denounce Destruction Of Property After Denver Rioters Damage Quiznos, Other BusinessesThe Colorado Black Round Table, Denver NAACP, Greater Metro Denver Ministerial Alliance, and other Black leaders denounces random violence and the destruction of property.