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“We really had shared values and similar missions.”
"Not only do you look soft, not only do you look pretty, but you look so strong.”
And it's still not enough, decision-makers say.
It's a loan, kind of.
Man who fired shots during Elijah McClain protest in Aurora charged with attempted first-degree murder
Samuel Alvin Young, 23, of Wheat Ridge, faces eight total felony charges.
Service providers, city workers and nonprofits were helping campers gather their belongings Monday ahead of an expected city clean up.
The decision comes during a tumultuous time in the department as it faces criticism over clashes with protesters.
Animal rights activists hope so. The city isn't taking anything off the table.
The voters have spoken.
Their homes are shaking, but many Elyria-Swansea residents don't oppose Kiewit's extended noise variance request.
Denver coronavirus cases leveling off, but please keep wearing face masks (and wash your hands), says Hancock
While cases are plateauing, the mayor says more work needs to be done to make sure case numbers steadily decline.
Service providers slam an operation this week to remove a tent city from a park near the state Capitol
“You can’t just sweep a place and not have options for people. There needs to be a better solution.”
The city has been footing a majority of the site's bill, though i'ts requested federal reimbursement.
Because you asked for it!
Goodbye, July. Hello, weekend.
Apartment List calculated the median rent for a two-bedroom apartment in Denver at $1,344 in July.
It's a bullsnake and it's not venomous. But let's go overboard anyway.
Coronavirus gave Denver a chance to experiment with freeing inmates and jailing fewer people. How’s that going?
For one thing, people of color still make up a disproportionate amount of detainees.
The pandemic allowed CDOT to finish some highway-expansion milestones a little bit ahead of schedule.