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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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Arapahoe County Crime Blotter: Ex-Pizza Hut manager accused of burglarizing restaurant

Caught on camera. The manger of Pizza Hut, 5856 S. Lowell Blvd., Littleton, called police Aug. 22 because someone broke into the store over night and took more than $600 from the safe and cash drawer.

The Epic Life and Tragic Death of Matt Bellinger

Writing the bare facts about my friend Matt's death, I'm struck by how limiting the cold tone of journalism can be: "Denver musician Gary Matthew Bellinger - who went by Matt - died Thursday, September 7, at the age of 40. He was best known as the founding guitarist of Planes Mistaken for Stars , the popular post-hardcore band whose music has been released on independent labels including Deep Elm, Dim Mak, No Idea, Century Media and Deathwish Inc. throughout the group's twenty-year existence. Bellinger left Planes in 2006.

Western governors tackle workforce development in low-unemployment states

An employee welds a steel part in the metal fabrication area at the Everglades Boats manufacturing facility in Edgewater, Florida, on Jan. 25, 2016. Of the five states with the lowest unemployment rates in August, four were located in the western half of the U.S., a region where economic development is increasingly finding itself handcuffed to workforce development.

Four Friends Kitchen Opens Second Location on South University

Two and a half years ago, four friends living in Stapleton opened their own breakfast eatery after lamenting the dearth of options available in the neighborhood. It seems neighbors agreed about the need; their restaurant, aptly named Four Friends Kitchen , was a near-instant success, drawing residents from around northeast Denver for Southern-inspired breakfast, a mix of hearty and healthy lunch options, and a rooftop patio where adults could enjoy cocktails while the kids ate and played.

Two deaths in southwest Denver possibly linked to carbon monoxide

The pair were found Monday afternoon in a home in the 4700 block of West Yale Avenue, according to the Denver Police Department. Death Investigation UPDATE: 4700 block W. Yale.

National transit conference in Denver puts RTD's system - and shortcomings - on display

A new city height amendments plan for the area surrounding the Regional Transportation District's 38th and Blake station was approved by the Denver City Council. The station on the University of Colorado A Line is shown on May 3, 2016.

Denver named one of 'most fun' cities in US

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I-70 Expansion Foes Seek to Halt Stormwater Project

Opponents of the expansion of I-70 through northeast Denver have filed a motion in federal court seeking to halt any further action on the $1.8 billion project by the Colorado Department of Transportation - as well as any further construction work on a series of stormwater diversion measures undertaken by the City of Denver. The plaintiffs, including RINO developer Kyle Zeppelin, claim they will suffer "irreparable harm" if both projects, which they regard as closely related, aren't stopped dead in their tracks.

Hurricanes ravaged their hometowns. Mass deportation rumors have them ...

Students listen to stories of parents and families as 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. After Hurricanes Harvey and Irma left their hometowns devastated, and rumors of mass deportations led them to question their futures, hundreds of Colorado college students are finding comfort and financial help on campus.

Co-working space is on a tear in Denver, leading some to speculate it ...

Melissa Markle, First Descents executive assistant/admin coordinator, works alongside "Moogley" in the office at Industry Denver co-working space Sept. 8, 2017.

You Said It, Sept. 17, 2017

I am at a loss. It appears that an overwhelming number of Grand Junction residents are opposed to changing the name of North Avenue.

Volunteers, attorneys help DACA recipients

Thousands of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival recipients here in Colorado are waiting to see what happens next after the Trump Administration announced to end the program. While Congress decides what to do with the program over the next six months, DACA recipients in the Denver area put on a workshop Saturday on the Auraria campus.

Four Latino leaders honored for creating a blueprint the rest of their community can follow

Jenny Santos, an activist with Servicios de La Raza, poses for a photo with her family. She received the 2017 Cesar Chavez Leadership Hall of Fame Award.

One person injured, one arrested in Denver shooting

The Denver Police Department is investigating a shooting took place Saturday afternoon on the 7100 block of East Mississippi Avenue just across from Frances Weisbart Jacobs Park. The victim was wounded in the leg and transported to the hospital, police said.

All the Bars and Restaurants on Colfax: Yosemite Street...

Colfax Avenue runs through the heart of Denver and into Aurora, feeding the soul of this city. So not surprisingly, restaurants and bars - everything from fast-food joints to classic dives to hipster hangouts - abound on this street.

Stephen Hamper's Alleged War on Cops Continues - Times Three

Earlier this year, Stephen Hamper was found guilty on multiple counts in the beating of a Denver police officer who he said he would have killed if only he'd been able to get hold of her gun. Since that ruling, he's been hit with three more charges of assaulting law enforcers while in custody awaiting a hearing to determine if he's a habitual criminal.

Taste of Highlands was big fun under the big tent

The Taste of Highlands was all it was hyped to be, and more, as in more delicious food and more tasty drinks to sample. Last Thursday night's fun under the big party tent proved neighbors will turn out for weeknight sampling and socializing.

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