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DPS Board Members Discuss Getting Rid Of School Resource OfficersDenver Public Schools board members and other leaders are meeting Friday morning on the steps of West High School to discuss ending its contract with Denver police school resource officers (SROs).
In Their Own Words: Protester Organizers And Former Denver Police Officer Discuss Response To ProtestsWe spoke with three people for this story: protest organizers Dionne Carroll and Larisa Tardiff and Barry Overton, chair of Denver’s African American Commission, and a former Denver Police officer.
Younger Generation Takes Center Stage At ProtestsSome of those talking about their experiences at the protests are children.
Denver Police Investigate Shooting Near ProtestsThe shooting happened near Colfax and Broadway about 10 p.m. Thursday.
Day 8 Of Protests In Denver Remains Relatively PeacefulThe protests in downtown Denver were largely peaceful on Thursday.
Police Reform Bill Gets Mixed ReactionSome law enforcement, district attorneys support the bill, others have reservations.
Shooting Near Protests At State CapitolThe shooting happened near Colfax and Broadway about 10 p.m.
Face Masks Sewn For Migrant Workers In ColoradoThose workers may not have access to face masks to protect themselves and others.
Family Of De'Von Bailey Files LawsuitThe teenager was shot in the back while running from Colorado Springs police.
Hundreds Protest In Downtown DenverIt's the eighth day of protests in Denver.
Coronavirus Impacting Preschoolers: ‘Children Can Handle News’Governor Polis is planning to use $44 million in Governor’s Emergency Education Relief funding to mitigate the impact of COVID-19.
Denver Held It's Own Memorial For George Floyd In Civic Center Park TodayToday the city of Denver provide a safe space for the public to pay respect for George Floyd.
Lawmakers Discussed A Bill That Would Require Law Enforcement To Wear Body CamerasToday state lawmakers discussed a bill that would require police officers to wear body cameras.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Marches With Protesters DowntownDenver Mayor Michael Hancock joined protesters in downtown Denver on Wednesday evening as hundreds gathered first at the state Capitol and then moved on to the streets.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Joins Peaceful MarchCBS4's Jamie Leary joins Denver Mayor Michael Hancock during a peaceful protest.
Heading To Locally Owned Black Businesses Is One Way To Support The Community Without ProtestingIf you are looking for a way to show support during this time heading to a black owned business or restaurant is one way.
What Do You Want To Ask Denver Police? Join The Virtual Town HallThe Denver Police Department is hosting what is being called a virtual town hall meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Vic Fangio Apologizes After Saying He ‘Doesn’t See Racism At All In The NFL’Broncos head coach Vic Fangio issued a statement on Wednesday in an attempt to clarify remarks he made to the media on Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.
University Of Denver Professor Talks About History In The MakingEducators like Apryl Alexander say these times are helping teach history so that injustices don't continue.
A Clean Up Effort Is Underway Along 16th Street MallVolunteers came out to downtown Denver to help clean up after the last few days of protests has left garbage and vandalism.
Gun Fired During Protest In Denver On Tuesday NightIt's not clear if the person who fired the shots was captured.
Various Medics Fan Out To Help Fellow Denver ProtestersInside the George Floyd protest happening in Denver, people are taking health and safety into their own hands.
Cowboy with Cancer Loses His Leg But Gets Back With His ‘Soul Mate’A year ago, a cowboy from Canon City lost his right leg to bone cancer.
Blackout Tuesday Is An Effort To Pause And Focus On Community BuildingThe hope of today's social media movement of #BalckOutTuesday is to have people observe, mourn and bring about policy change.

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