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DU students to build home powered by renewable energy

A team of 20 University of Denver students will be participating in the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2020 Solar Decathlon Build Challenge, the university announced in a news release. In a series of … more

Washington Park Profile: March Business Matters

Business Matters is a monthly column on the changing landscape of business and development in north Denver. If there are any inquiries on new developments in your area, or if you are a local business … more

Clarification

In the February issue of the Washington Park Profile, the article titled “Are co-located schools squeezing each other out?,” parents quoted in the article stated they felt the student populations … more

Handyman charged with arson in Denver explosion

Denver fire officials have arrested the former handyman of a building destroyed in August by a fire and charged him with first-degree arson and first-degree attempted murder in connection with the … more

I-70 project continues on schedule with March closures

Although February has been one of the Denver metro area’s coldest months in years – with temperatures averaging 28 degrees – crews continue to make progress on the Central 70 Project and remain … more

Cherry Creeks moves to sun-powered shopping

The Cherry Creek Shopping Center will flip the switch this month on a new set of solar panels being installed on the roof. Nick LeMasters, the general manager of the mall, said the amount of sun that … more

Denver students, teachers and administrators reflect on the strike

THE TEACHERS For teachers Justine Sawyer from South High School and Liv Saetta from Summit Academy in southwest Denver, it was about fighting the Pro-Comp system and where funds were going. “(I … more

Denver Zoo breaks ground on new hospital

Being a veterinarian at the Denver Zoo means working with hundreds of animals, from the largest cats and primates to the smallest frogs. In a world with so much diversity, staff relies on each … more

Defining great schools and teachers

Just before the December holiday break I received in the mail a glossy, 100-page magazine from Denver Public Schools. It was the 2019-20 school year “Great Schools Enrollment Guide” for middle … more

Denver couples get married during annual Valentine's tradition

Rosemary Perepeliatnikov and new husband Alexi wanted to avoid the pressures of a big wedding. They just wanted something “sweet and simple.” And tying the knot on Valentine’s Day seemed ideal. … more

Denver Police celebrate 160 years with new badge

On Feb. 1, the Denver Police Department celebrated 160 years by introducing a commemorative badge honoring the anniversary. Police Chief Paul Pazen authorized officers to wear the badge, designed by … more

Hickenlooper steps into presidential race

Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said he's running for president, casting himself as a can-do uniter who's accustomed to overcoming adversity and accomplishing liberal goals in a politically … more

Batch 19 provides history in a beer glass

Adolph Coors is likely smiling down at Colorado beer drinkers as they sip on his Batch 19 brew. It makes brewers “feel good seeing people enjoy something they created,” said David Coors, … more

Fight against Colorado ski traffic hampered by budget

“Friends don’t let friends drive I-70.” The tongue-in-cheek mantra is often uttered by Colorado skiers and snowboarders who frequent resorts far from the crowded mountain corridor, which … more

Sex education bill spurs concerns

The comprehensive sex education bill making its way through the state Legislature has spurred opposition from many in the religious and conservative communities, drawing concerns that the language of … more

$1.4 million gift to Regis athletic program

A $1.4 million donation to the Regis University athletics program will go toward the construction of a multi-functional practice facility, providing additional training space and accommodations for … more

Final ride with band of brothers the gift of a lifetime

Christian Redman always knew the late-stage colon cancer he has furiously fought for three years was incurable.  But he had hoped for remission, a chance to grab as many extra years as possible, to … more

'Red flag' bill to allow temporary removal of guns from high-risk owners is back

Introduced on the anniversary of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting, a bill to allow law enforcement to remove firearms from those shown to be a risk to themselves or others has emerged again at … more
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