First Friday Jazz Hop Brings Local Music Back To Historic Five PointsFirst Friday Jazz Hop is bringing local music back to the historic Five Points neighborhood.
Denver’s Green Book: The Harlem of the WestAfrican Americans used the Green Book as a travel guide during the Jim Crow Era. It became an invaluable resource for black people on road.
History Colorado Holds Early Screening Of 'The Green Book'The film tells the story of Victor Green's travel guide that helped African Americans safely navigate the country during a time of institutionalized racism.
Moses-El Civil Lawsuit Moves Closer To Settlement With State Of ColoradoClarence Moses-El, the man who spent decades in prison for a rape he didn't commit, may be close to a settlement with the State of Colorado.
1 Dead In Early Morning Shooting Near Five Points NeighborhoodPolice in Denver are investigating after a man was killed in an early morning shooting near the Five Points neighborhood.
Chauncey Billups Among Investors To Bring Popular Jazz Club Back To Five PointsA group of investors, including Chauncy Billups, plan to revive a popular jazz club in Five Points that was an important piece of black history at a time when the city was segregated and legendary musicians could not stay anywhere else but the Rossonian Hotel.
Moses-El Files Lawsuit After 28 Years In Prison For Rape He Didn't CommitClarence Moses-El, the man who spent decades in prison for a rape he didn't commit, has filed a civil lawsuit against the City and County of Denver.
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.