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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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Second Home Closes in Cherry Creek

Sage Restaurant Group has been a driving force in the Denver restaurant scene for years; in the past year or so alone, the group has opened Departure with celebrity chef Gregory Gourdet in the Halcyon Hotel in Cherry Creek, Kachina Southwestern Grill and Poka Lola Social Club at the Maven downtown, and Urban Farmer at the Oxford Hotel. Sage even launched a new concept in Fort Collins called the Emporium Kitchen & Wine Market .

Denver Creatives Fight Gentrification, Dream Up Artist-Run Spaces

Denver artists caught in the crosshairs of gentrification and rampant redevelopment do have alternatives to that predicament, says Cortney Stell of the Black Cube Nomadic Museum. Artists who feel marginalized in the here and now should stop complaining and start changing, she advises, by devising new models to replace the old-school ones that aren't working anymore.

Double Murder at RiNo Bar: No Arrests, Police Ask for Help

Ten days after a double murder outside a bar on one of RiNo's hottest blocks, no arrests have been made and no suspects have been identified. But the Denver Police Department is hoping to change that and is asking for the public's help in identifying the killer or killers of two fathers, Guillermo Ornelas and Jose Herrera-Cabral.

Annual MLK Marade expects to see 70,000 march

DENVER Up to 70,000 people could be marching along East Colfax Avenue on Monday for the annual Martin Luther King Marade in Denver. The number could change depending on weather conditions, which are expected to bring light snow to Denver along with a drop in afternoon temperatures into the 20s during the day.

Denver police investigating homicide on South Federal Boulevard

Denver police Sunday night were investigating the fatal shooting of a man on the 800 block of South Federal Boulevard. Bruce Finley covers environment issues, the land air and water struggles shaping Colorado and the West.

Community Mourns Death Of Once-Missing Hospice Nurse

Community Mourns Death Of Once-Missing Hospice Nurse A deceased man pulled from the South Platte River in Denver Saturday has been officially identified as Adam Gilbertson, 29, who had been missing for nearly a month. Organizers Prepare For MLK Marade As Bitter Cold Enters Coloradans will again march down Colfax Avenue as a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday morning.

Colorado Runner Sets Goal 40 Years Ago To Log 100,000 Miles

Car Crashes Through Guardrail; I-70 Closed Eastbound I-70 was closed late Sunday morning while rescuers attempted to reach a person trapped in a vehicle that left the highway and landed in a creek. 'Kept Telling Her How Much I Loved Her': Coloradans React To False Missile Threat An alert warning those in Hawaii of an imminent missile attack struck fear in many.

DACA is "probably dead," Trump says

Ninth graders at DSST Cole 16 year old Julian Cadello comforts 15 year old Nancy Flores during the speeches as students, immigrants and impacted individuals marched to Tivoli Quad on Auraria Campus to defend the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program during a city wide walkout and rally at Auraria Campus downtown Denver. WASHINGTON President Donald Trump escalated his rhetoric on immigration in Twitter messages Sunday that appeared to move him far from what days ago seemed to be a potential deal with Democrats and moderate Republicans.

Abortion foes came out by the thousands to Colorado's Capitol this weekend

Mercy Freedman, 7, carries her baby doll in her coat as she marched down Colfax Ave during Denver's Celebrate Life rally Jan. 13, 2018. Isaac Loza, center, sporting the bottom half of a dragon costume, hugs his 1-year-old sister Gianna, as another little girl walks past them during Denver's Celebrate Life rally and march on the west lawn of the State Capitol Jan. 13, 2018.

Family of missing Minn. man organizes search

Adam Gilbertson's family met with volunteers on Saturday morning to search for their relative who disappeared without a trace in mid-December. Gilbertson, a 29-year-old registered nurse, never showed up for work on the morning of December 15 .

Police: Man's body found in South Platte River

DENVER Denver Police Department officers are investigating after a man's body was found in the South Platte River Saturday afternoon. #DPD officers are conducting a death investigation at Kalamath & Virginia near the Platte River.

Review: Solid and Ephemeral Ideas Now on View at Pirate

Pirate, the venerable artist cooperative - what's come to be called a DIY venture - was one of a number of art venues that were driven out of their Denver homes by the spiraling rents that come with gentrification. The longtime flagship of the cluster of alternative spaces at 37th Avenue and Navajo Street had been there for decades, but it's now in the middle of nowhere in a crumbling part of Lakewood.

RTD light rail line launching Sunday to boost service downtown and...

A new light rail line - dubbed the L-Line - launches in downtown Denver on Sunday, with transit officials touting it as a more efficient way to move passengers traveling to and from the Five Points neighborhood while also helping boost on-time performance across the Regional Transportation District's rail system. The L-Line, which does not use new track, takes over the existing northerly segment of the D-Line, which runs from Mineral Station in Littleton to the 30th and Downing Station in Five Points.

Brandeis names Sarah Berg director of Sexual Assault Services and Prevention

Berg will oversee the Office of Prevention Services and the Rape Crisis Center and coordinate advocacy services for survivors of sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking. Berg will also conduct outreach and education to promote a healthy campus environment, and serve as a liaison to student organizations.

Minutes from downtown, a Euro-style village takes shape beside a West ...

Created for a bikeable, small-town feel, the transit-oriented site, now under construction offers contemporary architecture and a very accommodating approach to options and finishes. West Line Village's developer/marketing team: Doug Elenowitz, Michaela Derenne, Jeff Plous and Paul Malone, at the West Line's Sheridan Station, just east of the site.

Feeling pinched? Denver-Boulder inflation races ahead at fastest pace in a decade

This 2014 file photo shows the view from the tenth-floor of the upscale apartment building Verve at Delgany Street in downtown Denver. Inflation in Denver-Boulder-Greeley accelerated 3.7 percent in the second half of last year, its fastest pace in a decade, according to a report Friday from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

US arrests spouse of Peruvian taking refuge in Colorado church

The husband of a Peruvian immigrant living in a Colorado church to avoid deportation has been arrested by U.S. immigration agents. Eliseo Jurado-Fernandez, 30, was detained by immigration agents during a trip to the grocery store, according to his wife, Ingrid Encalada Latorre, the Daily Camera reported Thursday.

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