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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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Eric Shumake Paints Bridges to Stop Denver's Homeless Sweeps

To Eric Shumake, art and activism are one and the same, especially when it comes to the plight of Denver's homeless population. Earlier this spring, Shumake spearheaded an action in front of the Denver Art Museum's outdoor sculpture "Big Sweep," by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen , as a protest drawing attention to homeless sweeps, inviting fellow activists to lie down around it in the plaza, as if they were being swept away.

4/20 in the Springs was chill, same can't be said of Denver

Marijuana-related DUIs are down 33 percent in the first quarter of 2017 compared to the same stretch of 2016, according to data from the Colorado Department of Transportation . From January through March 2016, 232 people were cited for driving under the influence of marijuana only.

Immigrant in Denver church sanctuary joins in local community gala

April 25: Jeanette Vizguerra, a mother of four who is in the US illegally and has taken sanctuary at the First Unitarian Society of Denver couldn't attend the 2017 "Time 100" Gala in New York City, "I want to share this with 11 million people, and all those fathers and mothers that are struggling the same as I am," she said. Vizguerra celebrated locally, with family, friends and supporters, at a gala thrown in her honor.

Denver crime blotter: No pizza party

No pizza party. On April 10, a woman called Denver police after she was robbed while delivering pizza to an address in the 3100 block of South Mabry Way.

Nine Unique Ice Cream Sandwiches to Try in Denver

We never wait for a permanent break in the weather before heading for our favorite ice cream shops - even with the threat of cold temperatures or a little spring snow. When we want an ice cream sandwich, we want it right now.

Regional books: "Dodge City," "Denver's Civic Center" and curious names

An apocryphal story tells of a despondent man getting on a train. The conductor asks where he's going, and the man tells him, "To hell, most likely."

Disappearing Denver: Looking Back at Buildings We've Lost

Denver was barely a century old in the go-go '60s, when eager developers began wiping this city's past off the map, demolishing old buildings downtown and replacing them with surface parking lots, all in the name of urban renewal. But much of that stopped when Denver City Council approved the Denver Landmark Preservation Ordinance in March 1967, a year after the National Historic Preservation Act was enacted and two years after Dana Crawford began creating Larimer Square .

Disappearing Denver: Looking Back at Buildings We've Lost

The 16th Street Mall has come a long way ...but to where, exactly? In 1956, I.M. Pei designed the hyperbolic paraboloid building at the Zeckendorf Plaza right off 16th Street as the entrance to a department store, but it was a destination in its own right. In the summer, this was a sunny spot to hang, in the winter the site of a popular skating rink.

Water main break causes partial road collapse

Winter Weather Advisory issued April 25 at 4:04AM MDT expiring April 25 at 9:00PM MDT in effect for: Chaffee, Lake, Saguache Winter Weather Advisory issued April 25 at 4:04AM MDT expiring April 26 at 6:00AM MDT in effect for: Alamosa, Costilla, Custer, Fremont, Huerfano, Las Animas, Pueblo, Saguache Winter Weather Advisory issued April 25 at 2:58AM MDT expiring April 25 at 9:00PM MDT in effect for: Delta, Garfield, Mesa Winter Weather Advisory issued April 25 at 2:58AM MDT expiring April 25 at 9:00PM MDT in effect for: Archuleta, Dolores, Gunnison, Hinsdale, La Plata, Montezuma, Montrose, Ouray, San Juan, San Miguel Winter Weather Advisory issued April 25 at 2:58AM MDT expiring April 25 at 9:00PM MDT in effect for: Delta, Eagle, Garfield, Gunnison, Moffat, Montrose, Pitkin, Rio Blanco, Routt Winter Storm Watch issued April 24 at 9:42PM MDT expiring April 26 at 12:00PM MDT in effect for: ... (more)

Traditional print books make comeback

"I don't think anything physically printed-magazines, newspapers, books-is ever going to go away," says Nicole Sullivan, owner of BookBar, in the Berkeley neighborhood. "E-books are great for travel and definitely have advantages, but people really like the physical, tactile presence of a book.

Shawntez Kinney identified as man gunned down in southwest Denver shooting

Denver authorities have identified the 22-year-old man who was gunned down late Friday in a commercial strip in the Harvey Park neighborhood. Shawntez Kinney died of a gunshot wound in what the Denver Office of the Medical Examiner has ruled a homicide.

Colorado Republicans need to defend two Clinton seats in suburban Denver to save their slim majority

At his Senate confirmation hearing, Attorney General Jeff Sessions lied under oath that he had never had contact with the... Despite promising to release his tax returns in a televised debate with Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump continues to show that... arrives in Colorado, where Democrats hold the state House and the governorship, but where the GOP has a one-seat edge in the Senate. Hillary Clinton carried Colorado 48-43, a similar margin as Obama's 51-46 2012 win.

Artist Konstantin Dimopoulos Is Painting Trees Blue in the Denver Theatre District

Denver gets ribbed for its fixation on blue public art - the curious blue bear that welcome visitors at the convention center and the demonic rearing horse at the airport both evoke controversy, each in its own way. But for Konstantin Dimopoulos, who arrived in Denver last week to begin painting trees blue in the Denver Theatre District, blue public art is no joke.

David Cooley Makes His Art One Pin Prick at a Time

David Cooley uses wood, acrylic paint, resin and a needle to create his geometrically-inspired paintings that have a 3D twist. His current exhibition, displayed at Black Book Gallery in Denver, is called Warp & Weft.

Provider fee bill stalls over spending cap

After a two-week delay, the House on Thursday finally finished up their work on two bills that will put the 2017-18 budget back into balance. But that comes with a price: a $264 million cut to hospitals that rely on the hospital provider fee program to pay for healthcare for low-income Coloradans.

PHOTOS: 35th Annual Cherry Creek Sneak

APRIL 23: At the firing of the race gun, runners sprint from the starting line to begin the 35th annual Cherry Creek Sneak 10 mile race on April 23, 2017 in Denver, Colorado. The popular annual race includes a 10 mile race, a 5 mile race, a 5K race and a 1/2 mile kids' fun run.

Molly's of Denver women's clothing store will be missed

Molly Broeren recently closed her women's clothing store, Molly's of Denver, which she started at the Brown Palace in 1981 and later moved to 1660 Stout St. This was a wonderful article about a wonderful woman. Not mentioned, Molly Broeren sent personal thank you notes, birthday cards, etc.

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