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It's a fraction of the eligible businesses in the city.
Denver’s unemployment rate soars to 13.2 percent in the coronavirus era, squashing Great Recession joblessness
The city's chief financial officer believes we're in a recession.
“I think they really try, but they are not trying hard enough.”
They're still trying, though.
Departing head of the Denver Housing Authority reflects on his tenure, considers the post-pandemic future
Ismael Guerrero is leaving DHA for Mercy Housing, a Denver-based national affordable housing nonprofit.
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At least 14 workers tested positive.
Is it summer yet?
The electric bike-share company briefly vanished while Lime acquired the company from Uber.
It joins the list of more than 50 jails, prisons and detention centers nationwide where someone in ICE custody tested positive with COVID-19.
The Denver Streets Partnership wants the city to lower speed limits, get rid of pedestrian beg-buttons and ban turns on red downtown.
The testing could be key in helping reopen the city and state's economy.
The festival and competition will move online.
But money still has to be made.
Long-term care facilities in Denver — home to deadly coronavirus outbreaks — cited for not complying with health orders
The citations could result in fines, jail time or criminal charges.
Finance officials are wading into uncharted waters.
“They just keep kicking us out of everywhere.”
The Nuggets home court has a new role in COVID-19 era.
He's floated around city hall for a while now.
A total of $125,000 is going to Brother’s Redevelopment, the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless and Habitat for Humanity of Colorado