His vote likely to decide the outcome, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy voiced competing concerns about religious freedom and civil rights.
"You got mad because you had to leave your community to find the goodness, and the goodness was here, and you destroyed it. Where is it at now?"
A new brewery is on board to take over the former First Avenue Grocery Store in the heart of the Baker neighborhood.
The inaugural Broadway Halloween Parade is set to run about two-thirds of a mile from East Third to East Alameda avenues starting 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21.
Denver City Council is expected to weigh in Monday on the latest plans to plans to revitalize the former Gates Rubber site south of Interstate 25.
Facing likely defeat, Amendment T backers say they’ll return in 2018 with a clear message and a lot more money
Coloradans have opted to keep slavery in our constitution by 17,000 votes.
Amendment T, the one meant to remove slavery from Colorado’s constitution, might be headed for a recount
Colorado's voters were asked to eliminate an archaic and offensive reference to slavery as a punishment for a crime in the state Constitution. But a week after the vote, the poorly-written amendment is on the cusp of failing.
We've got your guide to all those ballot measures and how to make decisions about less prominent races like judges, regents and RTD board.
Denverite can help you understand these and all your Colorado and Denver ballot measures if you haven't cast your ballot yet.
Here's what's on the ballot and what's still awaiting approval from the Colorado Secretary of State's Office.
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