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Residents of Denver Meadows Mobile Home Park Face Homelessness Due To New Development

Residents of Denver Meadows Mobile Home Park Face Homelessness Due To New Development

“There are far too many unanswered questions and… there may well not have been sufficient opportunity for those who are most impacted to understand what approval will mean for them…

Decorated World War II Veteran Gets Brand New Roof for Free

Decorated World War II Veteran Gets Brand New Roof for Free

A World War II veteran is being thanked by a local Denver businessman just in time for the Fourth of July. Harold Nelson’s roof was destroyed during a hailstorm a…

Denver Road Improvements Stalled By Huge Construction Worker Shortage

Denver Road Improvements Stalled By Huge Construction Worker Shortage

  As the city of Denver continues to expand, a major construction project began Monday that will transform many current one-way streets into two-way streets, according to KDVR.com. The project…

DU Students to Participate in Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon

DU Students to Participate in Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon

Solar energy is becoming more and more popular within the residential market. Though the U.S. construction industry brings in an annual revenue of just over $1.73 trillion, an unlikely team…

EPA Criticized, Explores Next Steps For Massive Gold King Mine Spill

EPA Criticized, Explores Next Steps For Massive Gold King Mine Spill

Most Americans — 75% of the U.S. population, in fact — rely on centralized wastewater collection and treatment systems to ensure water supplies are safe for consumption. Americans also rely…

Cat In Weld County Contracts Plague, Three People Infected in NM

Cat In Weld County Contracts Plague, Three People Infected in NM

In the United States, $9 billion is spent annually controlling fleas. And for good reason. A domestic cat in the rural area of Weld County began showing signs of illness…