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CCU Administrator Agrees To Debate Denver 420 Attorney On Marijuana Impact

CCU Administrator Agrees To Debate Denver 420 Attorney On Marijuana Impact

It’s no secret that Denver is known for being a very pro-marijuana city, and the Denver 420 Rally is one of the biggest cannabis-related events of the year. However, Jeff…

Opioid Crisis Causes Severe Shortage in Available Foster Care Families

Opioid Crisis Causes Severe Shortage in Available Foster Care Families

Parenting in the United States is changing. Fewer than one-third of all children today have a full-time, stay-at-home parent, and more and more children are being taken away from their…

Cow’dfunding Allows Customers to Directly ‘Meat’ Sustainable Beef Source

Cow’dfunding Allows Customers to Directly ‘Meat’ Sustainable Beef Source

Americans tend to take the “you are what you eat” adage to heart. An increased emphasis on a healthy, ecologically responsible diet has made many people give more thought to…

Nichols Partnership Buys Turntable Studios For $31 Million

Nichols Partnership Buys Turntable Studios For $31 Million

Those looking for an apartment in the Denver metropolitan area may be pleased to hear that hotel-turned-apartment-complex Turntable Studios was just sold for $31 million. Built in 1967, local developer…

State of Colorado Reeling After Home Explodes Because of Location Near Unsafe Oil Well

State of Colorado Reeling After Home Explodes Because of Location Near Unsafe Oil Well

Across the nation, there are more than 900,000 active oil and gas wells. In Colorado alone, there are more than 47,000, and many of those wells are located in densely…

Denver Lyft Driver Left Paying Thousands After Sustaining Accidental Damage To Vehicle

Denver Lyft Driver Left Paying Thousands After Sustaining Accidental Damage To Vehicle

While ride-sharing companies such as Uber and Lyft are growing in popularity, one unfortunate case should remind drivers to always read the fine print. Amy Rigney, stay-at-home mother of three,…

Boulder Valley School District Continues to Embrace Cloud Computing

Boulder Valley School District Continues to Embrace Cloud Computing

It’s become more common for businesses to abandon their local servers in favor of a cloud computing network. After all, recent research has found that 80% of cloud adopters reported…

Urban Camping Causing Polarizing Problems for Denver Residents

Urban Camping Causing Polarizing Problems for Denver Residents

The majority of camping across the U.S., roughly 70%, is done inside public campgrounds. Although camping can be a lot of fun for the families involved, there are underlying problems…

Denver is Going Digital: Remote Surveillance Being Used to Keep City Parks Safer

Denver is Going Digital: Remote Surveillance Being Used to Keep City Parks Safer

The Denver Parks and Recreation department is now installing surveillance cameras in city parks to help keep citizens and parks safer. Common’s Park, City Park, and Parkfield are the first…

Denver Officials Send Letter To ICE: ‘Respect’ Courts And Schools

Denver Officials Send Letter To ICE: ‘Respect’ Courts And Schools

Denver officials have sent a letter to the city’s immigration office urging them to stop sending officers to courthouses and schools. The Denver Post reports that this letter is specifically…

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