WATCH: Denver Mayor Delivers State Of The City AddressMayor Hancock was expected to layout his administration's accomplishments and present his priorities moving forward.
CU Denver Backs Out Of Ink! Coffee Shop ContractStudent activists have put a stop to a new ink! Coffee Shop at the University of Colorado Denver campus.
Student 'Shocked, Confused' Over Plans For New Vendor On CampusA student at the University of Colorado Denver is hoping the university will terminate the contract with a vendor that caused a controversy last year.
Writing Center Moves Off-Campus At Manual High SchoolOnly a year after establishing a writing center in Manual High School, students were able to create their own beautiful, off-campus space to continue their vision.
Protesters Gather Outside As Ink! Coffee Shop ReopensThe shop at 28th and Larimer was vandalized at least twice after posting a sign that stated, "Helpingly gentrifying the area since 2014."
Five Points Ink! Coffee Shop Remains ClosedInk! Coffee shop in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood remained shut down Monday as more graffiti was splattered across the outside and protests continued at 28th and Larimer.
Denver Coffee Shop Remains Closed After Gentrification 'Joke'A Denver coffee shop targeted by protesters after a message about gentrification struck a nerve remains closed despite plans to reopen after the holiday weekend.
Protesters Of Pro-Gentrification Sign Call For Coffee Shop BoycottHundreds of protesters gathered outside ink! Coffee in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood Saturday to protest the company’s recent pro-gentrification advertising campaign.
Community Reacts To Controversial 'Gentrification' Coffee House SignLongtime residents of the Denver Five Points neighborhood are calling a recent advertisement at Ink Coffee “offensive.”
Coffee Shop Vandalized After Posting Gentrification 'Joke'A coffee shop in Denver's River North neighborhood was vandalized Thursday after posting a controversial sign.
Low-Income Renters Struggle To Stay In DenverThe U.S. Census Bureau reports that 1,000 new households move to Denver every month. That influx of people is pushing up rent rates and displacing lower income workers who can no longer afford to live in the city.