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Denver Health nurse featured in artist's new mural on Colfax

Few artists are able to capture a moment like Thomas Evans. The artist, who paints under the name Detour, specializes in large-scale public art. His murals of people like George Floyd, Breonna … more

Election 2021: How to vote at a glance

Here are some fast facts about this year’s election. more

Douglas County School District sues county health department over masks

The Douglas County School District and families of students at high risk of COVID-19 are suing the local health department over a public health order allowing people to opt out of masking. more

Weld sheriff's deputies recover stolen cars, tools

GREELEY -- A Weld County Sheriff's Office strike team investigation recovered eight stolen vehicles and some $140,000 worth of stolen tools from areas throughout Denver, according to a press … more

Flight for Life crew impacted by laser strike

A Flight for Life pilot said he has fully recovered after falling victim to a laser incident in Castle Rock. Eric Billings, a 20-year commercial pilot, said he was leading a crew to drop off a … more

Littleton police arrest 2nd suspect in connection with officer shooting

Littleton police have arrested the second person they believe to have been involved with the man who shot and injured Littleton officer David Snook according to a City of Littleton press release Wednesday.  more

Colorado Community Media honored for women of past women of excellence

With a long history of producing community journalism, several newspapers that are now part of Colorado Community Media have been led by strong women since they started being published. As part of … more

Brighton needs new city manager

Brighton City Manager Jane Bais DiSessa resigned Oct. 11. She'd been on the job for almost 13 months and, according to a city statement, completed the terms of her contract. No reason was given. … more

Firefighters control small grass fire in south Jeffco

Firefighters from the South Metro and West Metro fire departments needed about a half-hour to control a two-acre grass  fire on the Lockheed Martin property in South Jeffco Oct. 10. The fire … more

Douglas County Health Board approves opting out of school mask mandates

The Douglas County Health Department will allow people to opt out of any local masking requirements under a new health order aimed at curbing masking mandates in schools. more

Brighton police investigate weekend shooting

A 36-year-old woman is in Platte Valley Medical Center with what Brighton police say are "non-life-threatening injuries" after a shooting Oct. 3. The victim's boyfriend, 39-year-old Michael … more

Where our counties land on the new congressional map

The 12 members of Colorado’s Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission agreed on an overhaul of the state’s U.S. House districts Sept. 28 in a vote taken minutes before a self-imposed … more

Free community college proposal excites Colorado students, educators

After graduating from high school, Jake Smith didn't think he'd make it in college. He struggled academically and he didn't have the money to afford more education until he joined the Army.  For … more

CHUN invests in its financial future with endowments

Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods, a registered neighborhood organization, is investing in its financial future with an endowment totaling $1 million to be managed by The Denver Foundation. “Our … more

Breaking the ice with art: Washington Park resident shares his maze pieces to combat racial division

Warren Stokes loves his neighborhood. He enjoys his daily six-block walk from his home to Washington Park, where he goes to create his art. But he has noticed that other pedestrians will often cross … more

Colorado students encouraged to enter radon awareness contests

Colorado students are invited to participate in the 2022 National Radon Video and Poster contests. The contests take place annually through a partnership between the Colorado Department of Public … more

Robots meet the mainstream

The Angelbotics — Denver East High School’s robotics club — hosted about 40 middle-and-high school robotics teams for Colorado’s Energy Day Festival on Sept. 25. The robotics teams came from … more

Denver Hospice provides ‘a group hug’

Denver Hospice Chaplain Keith Swingle said he attended seminary school because he knew he wanted to serve in ministry in some capacity. He had a friend who did an internship with hospice care, but … more

Oppose Measure 2F: it’s a step backward for affordable housing options

Your next ballot will arrive soon with more than a dozen measures for you to decide on, some with hidden consequences to our city and residents. Three of these measures — 2F, 303 and 304 were … more

Saint Joseph Hospital parent to merge with Utah-based group

SCL Health, which runs Denver’s Saint Joseph Hospital, and Utah-based Intermountain Health announced their intent to merge on Sept. 16. When complete — perhaps early next year — the combined … more
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