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Located exactly one mile above sea level, the 'Mile High' city is just 15 miles east of the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Founded as a mining town back in the 1850's, its economy, and size, grew on the local mining industry. It's also the only city to decline hosting an Olympic Games after being awarded them.

Population: 610345
Local Newspapers: Denver Post
Local Sports Teams: Denver/Colorado: Broncos Rockies Nuggets Rapids and Avalanche
Local Colleges: University of Colorado Colorado School of Mines

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Top Ten Restaurants NOT Participating in Denver Restaurant Week

Denver Restaurant Week is upon us, Mile High denizens; from February 24 until March 5, dozens of this city's restaurants will be offering special multi-course menus for just $25, $35 or $45 per person, giving us all a chance to sample our way across this dining scene for a fraction of the usual price. Pick your places wisely by checking out the menus posted on organizer Visit Denver's website, and then meander over to the tips for making the most of this momentous annual occasion : book early , dine often, tip generously.

Denver social marijuana advisory group works through details - but disagrees about alcohol

Beth Bice of Charlotte, N.C., smokes a joint on the bus during a marijuana tour hosted by My 420 Tours in Denver on Dec. 6, 2014. Denver city officials brought together a disparate group to advise them on how to implement the city's first-of-its-kind social marijuana use permit program.

RTD R-Line begins service Friday to Aurora, Denver and Lone Tree - and you can ride for free

The R-Line train, RTD's latest rail line to open pulls into Peoria Station Feb. 17, 2017 in Aurora. A ribbon cutting will be 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. at the Iliff Station on Blackhawk Street at Iliff Avenue.

Get gussied up for these Oscar Night parties in Denver

Ah, Sundays, a day for sweats and couches. It's time to break the mold and gets fancy at an Oscar party.

Denver Loses Another Cheese Shop as Eat + Drink Closes

The little shop at 1541 Platte Street known simply as Eat + Drink is closing this weekend after five years in business. The restaurant and market opened in July 2012 under owners Pollyanna Forster and Chris Irving, who also run Eat! Drink! in Edwards .

40 West ARTline gains ground in Lakewood

Working on projects in his studio in Lakewood, Sean Doherty will be one of the artists that will be featured in the new 40 West Arts Loop in Lakewood. Lakewood's soon-to-be 4-mile art trail is moving forward after the city and the 40 West Arts District finalized its route and settled on a new name for what could be one of the city's most notable amenities.

Governor, Denver mayor welcome dozens of new refugees to Colorado during Union Station reception

FEBRUARY 22: Recent refugees Isatou Janko, 23, left, and her sister Fatoumatta, 25, right, talk about their recent arrival to the United States after taking part in a welcome ceremony at the Gallery at Union Station on February 22, 2017 in Denver, Colorado. The sisters and other recent refugees from all over the world were welcomed to Colorado during a reception hosted by Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan, the Colorado Department of Human Services and others.

Denver Arts & Venues announces multiple 2017 grant opportunities

DENVER'S URBAN ARTS FUND Now in its ninth year, UAF is a graffiti prevention and youth development program which facilitates the creation of new murals in perpetually vandalized areas throughout the City and County of Denver. The program has nearly 170 murals, abating vandalism on more than 227,000 square feet, and has engaged more than 2,760 Denver youth and 550 community participants in the development and installation of these murals.

Fixing Denver Transit: Making a Place for the Bus

If Denver's going to keep people moving as it grows, it needs to devote a lot more street space to buses instead of cars. When street design doesn't differentiate between one person driving an SUV and 40 people riding the bus on a busy avenue, the result is inefficiency that slows the transportation system down.

Denver prosecutors charge three people in crash that killed 17-year-old boy

Denver prosecutors have charged three people - a man and two women - in a January crash in the southwest corner of the city that left a 17-year-old boy dead. Investigators believe that on Jan. 22, Kylie Mazzetta, 28, rear-ended a Maza sedan driven by 17-year-old Manuel Alejandro Castillo, killing him.

The Ten Best House Margaritas in Denver

Or, perhaps more accurately, is there a classic cocktail for which variations are more widely accepted and embraced? What started as a simple drink mixed with tequila, lime and sweetener has morphed into a canvas on which bartenders play out elaborate, booze-fueled fantasies. Cocktail menus at trendy Mexican restaurants often list a half-dozen variations on the margarita theme, adulterating the drink with everything from beer to jalapeos to prickly pear to frozen strawberries - sometimes all at the same time.

After being deported in 2007, he was arrested twice in Denver. Then, police say he killed a woman.

The man accused of killing a young Denver lawyer in an October hit-and-run collision had been deported in 2007 only to return illegally to the U.S., where he was arrested twice before the deadly crash, authorities say. Norlan Estrada-Reyes, 27, who was born in Sulaco, Honduras, had twice been accused of crimes in Denver, including driving under the influence.

With session one-third over, Colorado lawmakers inch toward deal to improve roads

Colorado's top lawmakers continued to tout agreement Tuesday for a measure to fix the state's crumbling roads and traffic congestion even though they remained far apart on the solution. The limited progress on the legislative session's top issue became apparent at a forum in Denver hosted by a coalition of organizations pressuring lawmakers to put more money toward transportation.

American Guns reality TV star goes to trial in Denver federal court

Before a Wheat Ridge gun dealer became a reality TV star on the Discovery Channel, he had already agreed to relinquish his federal firearms license and was not paying federal taxes, prosecutors argued in opening statements at the man's trial Tuesday. The attorney for Richard Wyatt, 53, of Evergreen acknowledged that his client was a reckless bookkeeper but had no criminal intent and always made sure his customers got criminal background checks.

Denver council puts brakes on changes to parking exemption

Avanti Plaza, an apartment building in Highland at 3201 Osage St., is the only project in Denver that has been built with no parking under the city's off-street parking exemption for small lots in certain areas. Denver City Council members have struggled to reach consensus on how much to exempt new small-lot developments from providing parking, and now they'll get more time.

LOW Country Kitchen Opens in Denver on Monday

Steamboat residents know their mountain town has a lot more to offer than just the slopes. But aside from its hidden hot springs and gorgeous summer days, one of the best-kept secrets in Steamboat actually has little to do with the Rocky Mountain landscape.

Denver councilman Rafael Espinoza joins lawsuit against city over drainage project

Rafael Espinoza opposed a series of big flood-control projects planned by Denver city officials as a city councilman - by voting last June against steep increases to storm drainage and sewer fees that are helping to pay for the work. Now Espinoza has found a new way to voice his misgivings about one of the controversial projects.

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