The city of Aurora is preparing to pay the family of Elijah McClain as part of the legal settlement of a federal lawsuit related to the 23-year-old's 2019 death at the hands of law enforcement.
Driving the news: His mother, Sheneen McClain, agreed to the terms, her attorneys confirmed in a statement to the Colorado Sun.
The state's largest school district is holding elections in four of nine districts, our education reporting partner Chalkbeat writes.
Let's meet the at-large candidates in the order they will appear on Denver residents' ballots.
Mayor Michael Hancock may have his way after all.
What's happening: City employees who are vaccinated against COVID-19 or received an exemption could soon receive bonuses for complying with the Hancock administration's vaccine mandate.
Keep your eyes open, friends. Colorado wildlife officials are reporting an increase in black bear activity in the Denver metro area.
What’s happening: Our furry friends are getting ready to hibernate — and they’re packing on the pounds to prepare.
The Las Vegas Raiders defeated the Broncos 34–24 on Sunday afternoon in a tough loss on hometown turf.
Driving the news: This was the third consecutive loss for the Broncos, marking the first time in franchise history that the team followed a three-game win streak with a three-game losing streak, per the Denver Post.
A newcomer to the U.S. Senate race in Colorado is starting his campaign on the attack against Sen. Michael Bennet (D).
The big picture: Republican Joe O'Dea, a first-time candidate and Denver businessman, is launching a statewide advertising blitz Friday that includes a 30-second TV spot.
After more than three years of construction, not to mention last year's pandemic delays, the Denver Art Museum's $175 million renovation is, at last, complete.
What's next: Doors open to the public with a free admission day Oct. 24.
A far-right activist who hosted a podcast went public with a fantastical claim just weeks ahead of the 2020 election.
Driving the news: Colorado’s Joe Oltmann says he listened to a phone call hosted by left-wing "antifa" activists in September 2020.
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