Trevor Hughes, Enquirer

Trevor Hughes

Enquirer

Denver, CO, United States

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Recent:
  • Enquirer
  • USA TODAY
Past:
  • The News Leader
  • The Desert Sun
  • North Jersey News
  • Statesman Journal
  • Rochester D and C
  • The Tennessean
  • The Clarion-Ledger
  • Knoxville News Sentinel
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • The Shreveport Times
  • and more…

Recent articles by Trevor:

In Seattle's Capitol Hill autonomous protest zone, some Black leaders express doubt about white allies

Seattle's Black protesters calling for systemic change after the death of George Floyd say they worry white allies will again lose interest. → Read More

Will the Black Lives Matter movement finally put an end to Confederate flags and statues?

In the past week, public officials, military leaders and sports executives have made moves to take down Confederate symbols. → Read More

George Floyd died from 'asphyxiation from sustained pressure,' independent autopsy says

The attorney for George Floyd's family, Benjamin Crump, will announced the findings of an independent autopsy Monday afternoon. → Read More

George Floyd protests erupt across nation: Police clear streets after fires in Minneapolis; violence in Columbus, Louisville

In two deeply shaken cities, peaceful protests later turned violent over the deaths of unarmed black Americans George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. → Read More

'No justice, no peace': Protesters breach Minneapolis police precinct, set fires in the wake of George Floyd's death

Protests nationwide continued in the wake of the death of George Floyd, and Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey declared a local emergency on Thursday. → Read More

When businesses shut down, truckers lost work, risked their health to keep America open

Even as American truckers risk their lives to deliver goods, their livelihood has been threatened by the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

For Instacart shopper, chance to earn outweighs coronavirus safety risk

While tens of millions of Americans have filed for unemployment, this Instacart shopper says he's happy to remain on the job despite safety risks. → Read More

‘This is not the time to do nothing’: Volunteers risk illness to deliver food to the needy

Across the U.S., Americans are trying to help as people who have long struggled to get enough to eat have been joined by those who suddenly lost work. → Read More

Postal carriers, delivery workers keep Americans safe at home during coronavirus

A mail carrier says she misses seeing her customers but believes she’s playing an essential role in keeping Americans safely isolated at home. → Read More

Restaurants face tough choice: Stay open despite risks, or close with no guarantee of re-opening

Restaurants pick lesser of two evils: stay open while risking employees’ safety, or shut down and lay off workers, not knowing if they’ll re-open. → Read More

Marijuana's big moment: Pot stores are essential businesses. Will legal weed go mainstream?

The burgeoning marijuana industry is working swiftly to adapt to its customers needs as the coronavirus outbreak wreaks havoc on the economy. → Read More

Poor, essential and on the bus: Coronavirus is putting public transportation riders at risk

While many Americans work from home, millions of critical workers are still cramming onto buses and trains, putting themselves and others at risk. → Read More

'An Easter of solitude': Christians across the world mark Easter Sunday amid the coronavirus

Pope Francis said the coronavirus outbreak is testing "our whole human family." Here is how people across the world marked the day. → Read More

Going shopping for your coronavirus quarantine? Leave some food for low-income moms

Millions of low-income mothers and their children face a tough new challenge at grocery stores as coronavirus shoppers snap up food. → Read More

Fake cops are stopping drivers for violating coronavirus stay-at-home orders

Authorities nationally say police impersonators are taking advantage of coronavirus travel restrictions to illegally stop drivers. → Read More

'We hear you, dad': A daughter stays on the phone for hours and hours as her father dies alone from coronavirus

Abby Adair Reinhard couldn't be with her father as he died in a hospital five miles away. She stayed on the phone with him for hours as he passed. → Read More

Coronavirus live updates: US death toll tops 6,000; White House considers face masks; $1,200 checks in two weeks

Unemployment claims skyrocket as the nation braced for what President Donald Trump said would be a dire few weeks. See the latest coronavirus updates. → Read More

Coronavirus live updates: US death toll tops 6,000; 701K jobs lost in March; NY sending National Guard to seize ventilators

Friday's news includes expected guidance from the White House on face masks, a dismal jobs report and the US surpassing 6,000 coronavirus deaths. → Read More

Hospitals are canceling surgeries because of coronavirus, leaving many Americans in pain

Doctors have cancelled tens of thousands of "elective" surgeries to prep for coronavirus patients, leaving many Americans with pain and uncertainty. → Read More

Truckers brave coronavirus outbreak to deliver goods: 'If we stop, the world stops'

Truckers across the country say they've seen no slowdown in factory or food production, and are busily delivering to stores nationwide. → Read More