As we've reported, the Denver Sheriff Department has received negative attention aplenty in recent months owing to numerous excessive-force complaints, a huge lawsuit payout and more; see a previous post outlining five of the incidents below. The City of Denver is eager to be seen as tackling the i ... More >>
The Denver Police Department is no stranger to accusations of excessive force. Witness the long-running sagas of Alex Landau, Michael DeHerrera and the four women at the center of the Denver Diner case. The latest story in this category involves Bill Dau, the owner of a local gas station. An offici ... More >>
Former cop and current state investigator Joe Sandoval is still a candidate for city council in Commerce City, according to the city clerk's office. But if he stays in the race, he'll have some uncomfortable questions to answer about being busted for driving under the influence -- and the way a poli ... More >>
Manual High School, home to top debaters Theron and Teague Harrison and a school with a long history of struggle, has picked a new principal: Brian Dale, who currently serves as assistant principal at Bruce Randolph School, another acclaimed "turnaround" story.
This senior won't give DPS a gold star.
Teacher Joseph C'de Baca says Denver's public schools are failing Hispanic students--by passing those who don't deserve it.
A Denver reverend with a stubborn streak keeps the city's police-watchdog commission on its toes--and off-balance
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