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Scammers prey on teens trying to participate in the city’s youth works program - Denver youth, beware. A scammer is trying to take advantage of young people interested in applying to Denver YouthWorks, the city’s program that will give students who work 100 hours over the summer a $1,000 stipened. After Mayor Mike
Things to do in Denver this weekend, May 24-27 - It's Memorial Day weekend! Enjoy festivals, cookouts, a parade, the BOLDERBoulder race, and even a Taylor Swift dance
Denver Public Schools hires its first director of Latinx Student Success - Director Patricia Hurrieta will be tasked with carrying out the recommendations in a new report about the barriers and opportunities that Latino students
A program to move unhoused folks directly into permanent housing secured city funding, but sustainability is an issue - City Council approved a $5 million contract with Housing Connector, a nonprofit that connects people experiencing homelessness to property
Denver has one of the country’s top 15 park systems, while Aurora and Colorado Springs drop in rankings - “If parks were a pill, everybody would have a prescription and be taking it every
Will AI affect city operations? It already is - City leaders say the robots are already running parts of the city — mainly the boring
How will AI affect city operations? It already is - City leaders say the robots are already running parts of the city — mainly the boring
It’s the last week to see two of MCA Denver’s spring nature exhibitions - There are throughlines between the works by artists Gala-Porras-Kim, Steven J. Yazzie and Ken Gun
The Denver Zoo’s new Australia habitat opens this week, mate - Get ready to meet new animals like Marshmallow the albino
School closure and consolidation policy back on the table for the Denver school board - “At some point, all of us as board members are highly conscious of the fact that we’re going to have to close schools, we’re going to have to consolidate schools,” one board member
Denver just bought two church buildings to help temporarily shelter new immigrants - The city has been working with Denver Community Church since late
A proposal to give city workers like librarians collective bargaining rights has two paths to your ballot - Denver is one of the largest Democratically run cities in the country without collective bargaining rights for city
Denver’s mayor wants your kids to get a job, learn about money and stay safe this summer - The city hopes a $1.7 million program for young workers will help reduce youth
Antiwar protesters at Auraria Campus have ended their encampment - The student-led protest lasted just over three weeks and led to dozens of
It’s all down to Game 7 for the Denver Nuggets. Here’s where to watch on Sunday - The Denver Nuggets and the Minnesota Timberwolves have one last chance to make it to the Western Conference
Things to do in Denver this weekend, May 17-19 - Enjoy a free concert at Levitt Pavilion, live music at the Dairy Block, or cheer on the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche during playoff games this
Mayor Mike Johnston is visiting Dublin alongside 50 power players with the hope Ireland will invest back in Denver - Denver has paid companies in the mayor's Ireland delegation more than $1.2 billion in contracts since
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Friends and advocates honor a senior pedestrian activist who got Denver moving on sidewalks - “She was unstoppable." Phyllis Mack pushed for the transformational citywide overhaul of Denver's sidewalks while becoming friends with other road safety
Students were asking for a yurt, more pedestrian safety before being interrupted by racism at city council meeting - As two of the students, who are Black, began speaking, they were met with racist language and insults by an unidentified person over
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Cleo Parker Robinson breaks ground on $20 million ‘Center for Healing Arts’ facility - "CPRD is more than just a dance company. It is an institution of higher being and
Sun Valley Viaduct Night Market returns with more food, more skating and more community - During football season, it's used for parking. In the offseason, it's a
Racist rhetoric disrupts two Black students’ comments during council - An unknown Zoom attendee spewed racial slurs at students requesting a yurt for their
17th and 18th avenues are getting a safety overhaul - Here are the changes coming between Broadway and Colorado
Denver is ‘the national leader for living wage jobs,’ according to a new study - This way of counting unemployment better reflects struggling workers, but it's still a simple and somewhat misleading