Black History Month

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Black sorority, fraternities helped change the nation

5:49 PM, Feb 28, 2014

DENVER- Historically, black sororities and fraternities have played an instrumental role in the community. 

Comic book historian works to preserve black history

6:23 PM, Feb 21, 2014

DENVER - Professor William Foster III may not look like a comic book hero. But, he is a hero for comic books.

Iconic dancer reflects on life in her work

2:56 PM, Feb 20, 2014

DENVER - Cleo Parker Robinson has traveled all over the world, but, somehow, her heart has remained in Denver.

BHM: Oral Histories

Charles Burrell

9:49 AM, Feb 6, 2012

Charles Burrell was born April of 1920 in Toledo, Ohio. At the age of twelve, he heard the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra under ...

Additional Resources
-Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library
-James P. Beckworth Mountain Club
-Black American West Museum
-The Kaleidoscope Project
-Five Points Business District
-Stiles African American Heritage Center
-Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce
-Colorado Association of Black Journalists
-History Colorado Center
-No Credits Production, Inc.

Cat headed back to owner after three weeks stuck on plane

DENVER – United Airlines says a cat, found Wednesday in Denver, spent three weeks on an airplane.

4:44 PM, Jan 18, 2007

Canceled July 4th fireworks shows

KUSA - Due to multiple wildfires and fire restrictions, several areas have canceled fireworks celebrations. Here is a running list:

9:36 AM, Jul 4, 2013

State alters 420 MM sign to thwart thieves

DENVER - Thieves have been stealing the 420 mile marker sign so often, CDOT has changed it to "419.99".

11:43 AM, Jan 11, 2014

Undocumented students get help into college

FORT COLLINS - Until last year, the end of high school meant the end of the educational line for undocumented students in Poudre School District who lacked citizenship but excelled in classes.

7:38 AM, Jul 16, 2007

Theft suspects arrested, property owner faces attempted murder

WHEAT RIDGE - When someone enters your home and you feel threatened, Colorado's "Make My Day" law says you have the right to shoot and kill.

2:15 PM, Jul 11, 2010

Next Royal Caribbean ship to feature gee-whiz ride

NEW YORK - Royal Caribbean's next ship will feature a giant mechanical arm that transports passengers high above the vessel in a glass capsule.

10:34 AM, Apr 16, 2013

Castle Rock apartment tenants told they must get rid of their guns

CASTLE ROCK - Retired Marine Art Dorsch says his Second Amendment rights are in danger.

6:22 PM, Aug 7, 2013

Aurora Police Chief talks about officer he was forced to hire back

AURORA -- The Aurora City Council has authorized the city attorney to appeal a decision that forced the police department to give fired police officer Chris Falco his job back.

9:11 PM, Aug 17, 2012

Parents forced to evict adult children

DENVER - A 9Wants to Know investigation discovered that a growing number of parents are evicting their children after they move back home.

11:10 PM, May 8, 2012

Court: People on probation cannot use pot

DENVER (DP/9NEWS) - Defendants on probation in Colorado may not use medical marijuana even if they have a medical marijuana identification card authorizing them to do so, the Colorado Court of Appeals has ruled.

2:57 PM, Feb 7, 2012
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