Listen or read a transcript as the mayor talks about airport-related development, police-community relations, homelessness and more.
- Mayor Michael Hancock says improving the relation between police and the community is one of the main themes he heard during forums he held on race relations that began in late 2014.Read more
- On tap: An 18 percent boost to its transit system including 10 miles of new bike lanes and pedestrian crosswalk improvements.Read more
- During his inaugural address, Hancock committed to building 6,000 units of affordable housing, and having body cameras on all police officers by 2016.Read more
The two videos feature the family of Marcus Mason, who was gunned down in 2007. His murder remains unsolved.
The mayor told hundreds of cheering supporters Tuesday night that he would take aim at long-standing challenges in the growing city.
Nevertheless, the challengers hope to capitalize on some of the discontent in Denver surrounding development, affordable housing, transportation and other issues.
Two other candidates are running in the May election, but neither is considered a serious challenge to Mayor Michael Hancock.
"We have a community that is completely fed up with being mistreated, with being brutalized," said panelist Lisa Calderon.