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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…

Denver Housing Market Causing Worry Among Real Estate Economists

Denver Housing Market Causing Worry Among Real Estate Economists

Denver is currently one of only three cities in the U.S. in which real estate economists believe it’s financially safer to rent than to purchase a home. A national index…

More and More Companies Taking an ESOP Approach to Business

More and More Companies Taking an ESOP Approach to Business

Across the national and global sectors, businesses are competing with each other to stand out both financially and in company growth. Employee stock ownership plans (ESOP) are playing an essential…

Colorado Uber and Lyft Drivers Forced to Sleep in Cars to Save Money

Colorado Uber and Lyft Drivers Forced to Sleep in Cars to Save Money

In many parts of the U.S., automobiles are essential for getting around. By the year 2018, experts have projected that there will be 260 million cars on the road. But…

Denver Hospital Guard on Leave After Allegedly Beating a Hospital Visitor

Denver Hospital Guard on Leave After Allegedly Beating a Hospital Visitor

A security guard working at Denver Health Medical Center is now on leave after allegedly assaulting a hospital visitor. There are approximately 110 million emergency room visits every year, but…

Mumps Outbreak Hits Denver Metro Area

Mumps Outbreak Hits Denver Metro Area

While the MMR (measles mumps rubella) vaccine is one of the most commonly administered vaccines by doctors today, there are still a number of children that are not receiving it.…

Denver’s Newest Clothier Offers E-Commerce Options, Breaks Down Gender Barriers

Denver’s Newest Clothier Offers E-Commerce Options, Breaks Down Gender Barriers

Taylor and Becca Romero, founders of Spruce Barber and Clothier, knew how important it was to create a welcoming atmosphere for Denver shoppers. After all, 85% of a business’s customers…

Spooled Rebar On Its Way to the United States

Spooled Rebar On Its Way to the United States

Every year, wholly 69% of steel is recycled in North America. In Denver, a popular recycling company is attempting to increase its recycling turnout by purchasing two Front Range companies.…