Denver/ Community & Society
Published on June 29, 2020
Top Denver news: Police investigate stabbing; virtual town hall to address public safety; morePhoto: iStock

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Denver.

Bike tour of Denver murals celebrates Black artists, mourns Black lives

After protesting in Aurora on Saturday, Quincy Shannon got the idea from his 11-year-old daughter to show people the murals they love.

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Police investigating after woman stabbed on Sunday

A woman was taken to the hospital on Sunday morning following a stabbing. Denver police responded to High Street near 23rd Avenue.

Read the full story on CBS Denver.

Denver groups plan virtual town hall to address public safety

The virtual town hall will be Tuesday at 6 p.m.

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Denver Art Museum’s Norman Rockwell retrospective places artist at center of progressive, 20th-century thought

"Norman Rockwell: Imagining Freedom" tells the story of a painter who mastered the persuasive powers of art and deployed them as a force for good. 

Read the full story on The Know.

Denver elementary principal removed after district finds she discriminated against Black student

A Denver elementary school principal has been removed from her position after a school district investigation found she discriminated against an 8-year-old Black student because of his race. Marisol Enriquez is no longer principal at Inspire Elementary School in northeast Denver.

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