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Denver Area Left to Clean Up After Monday’s Major Hail Storm

Denver Area Left to Clean Up After Monday’s Major Hail Storm

The cleanup process began Tuesday morning for towns around the Denver area, after a violent hail storm hit the area on Monday. Initially moving from the southwest and dumping heavy…

Ten Denver Children Affected By Strange Muscle Weakness

Ten Denver Children Affected By Strange Muscle Weakness

In recent months, thousands of children have been exposed to an unusual outbreak of enterovirus D68, or EV-D68. Typically a mild virus that leads to the common cold, many of…

Colorado Supreme Court Untangles Confusion Between State and Federal Marijuana Laws

Colorado Supreme Court Untangles Confusion Between State and Federal Marijuana Laws

  Despite the fact that marijuana has been legal in Colorado for a while now, the state’s Supreme Court is still hearing cases that will decide the technicalities of actually…

Denver Residents Urge Leaders To Make Colorado More Energy Efficient

Denver Residents Urge Leaders To Make Colorado More Energy Efficient

As the United Nations Leaders Summit draws closer, a recently released study evaluating Colorado’s energy efficiency is being evaluated — and the findings aren’t looking so good. According to the…

New Tally Finds 611 Homeless Individuals in Denver’s Jefferson County

New Tally Finds 611 Homeless Individuals in Denver’s Jefferson County

Metro Denver Homeless Initiative has collected a new point-in-time count of homeless people in Jefferson County, and has reported that there were 611 individuals as of the count, which took…

Denver Dentist Finds Clever Way to Help Food Pantry and Patient Teeth at Same Time

Denver Dentist Finds Clever Way to Help Food Pantry and Patient Teeth at Same Time

How could cleaner teeth equate to free food for local communities? According to Digital Journal, Denver-area dentist Dr. Charles Barotz is giving away over $200 worth of free dental services to…

Denver Police Officer Cited with Misconduct After Cashing in on Best Buy Reward Points

The Denver Police Department reprimanded an officer on account of an ethics violation after discovering that the officer purchased around $1,000 worth of items at Best Buy over the last…

Millions of Recalled Used Cars Sold to Customers Each Year Thanks to Regulatory Loophole

Millions of Recalled Used Cars Sold to Customers Each Year Thanks to Regulatory Loophole

David Clayton was driving on the highway last fall in his recently bought Ram pickup when the rear axle of his car locked. Clayton almost lost control of the vehicle…

Common ground: Young professionals collaborate for the city’s future

Common ground: Young professionals collaborate for the city’s future

Mother Teresa once said that “I alone cannot change the world but I can only cast a stone across the waters to create ripples”. These words of Teresa have been…

Urban Alleys Become Pathways to Revitalization

Urban Alleys Become Pathways to Revitalization

The concept of revitalization of urban alleys is speedily increasing. Recently, more than 4000 alleys of Denver have been re-engineered.  And, it has been planned that pavement of remaining 1500 alleys…

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