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Denver Latino community members seek more leadership roles in Colorado’s top offices after electoral wins
Legislators and community figures spoke during a press conference outlining their goals for the General Assembly.
Denver has developed something kind of like the public defender system but for undocumented people.
Denver’s effort on chronic homelessness just got another good grade (and its investors got more returns)
Investors who provided a total of $8.6 million will get their money back and possibly more if the program meets performance goals.
The old Tony’s Market spot on Broadway will have some Stanley Marketplace flavors — specifically sushi, chocolate and deli stuff
Broadway Market, at 950 Broadway, has added more names to its food hall lineup.
The new General Assembly could tackle paid family live, transportation infrastructure, healthcare and maybe even sports gambling.
Lisa Kennedy says the movie about the scandal-driven campaign implosion of the former the U.S. senator from Colorado is too focused on the star, and loses sight of what was good about the book it's based on.
A reader asks: Why do many Denver neighborhoods lack adequate sidewalk infrastructure? Come, walk with us.
You also asked if other cities have installed missing sidewalks on a large scale.
Uber has now launched a trio of pilot programs in the Denver area.
It was Urban Roots. It will be the Plant Garage.
The city is loaded, but it's still not enough.
"There were things that were off limits — churches, hospitals, schools. In the case of racism they've never had any rules for war so we've always had to be vigilant and we have to continue to be."
Fifteen dollars today probably won't be worth $15 years from now, though.
Those "expiration" dates are really more like "you can still eat this" dates.
Banks, foundations and the state launch fund for permanently affordable homes and neighborhood amenities
The goal is to create "opportunities for all residents to live, work and play in the communities of their choice.”
Nov. 12 to 16 is Hunger and Homelessness Awareness and Action Week.
The softer policy could reduce repeat offenders and give former inmates a leg up when they get back to the outside.
Who's changing the game in this crucial arena?