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`Vast majority' of vaping illnesses blamed on vitamin E

Health officials now blame vitamin E acetate for the “vast majority” of cases in the U.S. outbreak of vaping illnesses and they say doctors should monitor patients more closely after they go home … more

U.S. Rep. DeGette takes high profile in impeachment hearing

Donald Trump became the third president to be impeached after a historic vote on Dec. 18, with one of the president's biggest critics, U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette, D-Denver, presiding over the House … more

STEM suspect makes brief court appearance

The younger STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting suspect was in court for a brief hearing on Dec. 16 in which he was scheduled to enter a plea, but the hearing was continued until February at the … more

Brain differences may be tied to obesity, study of children finds

New results from the largest long-term study of brain development and children's health raise provocative questions about obesity and brain function. Does excess body weight somehow reduce brain … more

Members of Congress serving metro area weigh in on possible Trump impeachment

A look at what some U.S. representatives are saying on social media more

Colorado auto group takes high polluters off road: 5 things to know

In 2007, Colorado's then-Gov. Bill Ritter made a push to tackle climate change. Among the efforts: suggesting that Colorado adopt a policy similar to California's stringent auto-emission regulations. … more

U.S. scores above average in reading, science, lags in math

American students may not be reading any better, but they’re moving up in rankings of educational achievement worldwide because many of their peers in other countries are performing worse. And … more

Three south Denver area schools given national award

Three Denver schools were recognized with the National Blue Ribbon School Award in Washington, D.C. last month. The program sets a standard of excellence for all schools striving for the highest … more

Fairy door art project returns to Denver District 7

While walking around areas of District 7 in southwest Denver, you may just stumble upon art made by the locals. The pieces aren’t large — in fact, Councilmember Jolon Clark calls it “micro … more

Lincoln’s Roadhouse celebrated 20th anniversary in Platt Park this year

For Jim and Kelli Housley, the key to running a successful restaurant is to evolve and stay relevant. Jim and his then-business partner, Dave Stickney, first bought Lincoln’s Roadhouse 20 years … more

Washington Park trolley stop restored by nonprofit, students

A historic trolley stop near Washington Park was given new life by a small group of volunteers from the Community College of Denver’s Architecture, Engineering and Construction program. … more

Proposed Lincoln Street bus lane changes bring concern

A new proposal to switch to a designated bus lane on Lincoln Street from Interstate 25 north to Seventh Avenue has residents concerned that they will lose out on parking in front of their homes, … more

South Pearl bookstore aims to bring parents together

As a children’s bookstore, Second Star to the Right has programming for young minds down to a science, with themed storytime events and craft projects. More recently, the store branched out into … more

Washington Park Profile: December Business Matters

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

Small Business Saturday rallies consumers around Denver businesses

In recent years, Black Friday has become a massive, practically month-long endeavor where some of the country’s largest retailers offer all kinds of deals and promotions. But for the more than … more

Denver accepting applications for energy assistance program

Last month the city of Denver opened applications for its annual Low-Income Energy Assistance Program through the Office of Human Services. Applications will be accepted until April 30. The program … more

Letter to the Editor: Colorado needs solution to education funding

As of this past September, Colorado currently leads the nation in four-day school weeks with over 61% of school districts having recently made this switch. Is this because we are the trendsetting, … more

Access for all

I always knew that representing the most bustling, population-rich core of the city would come with unique challenges. Capitol Hill is the densest neighborhood in the city. Eight of the 15 D10 … more

Cheesman Park to get a new gathering space

Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods and City Street Investors have struck a partnership to renovate the Tears-McFarlane House and add a cafe, hoping to make the historic building more open to the … more

Denver Art Museum announces opening date after renovations

Renovations of the North Building of the Denver Art Museum are nearing completion. The museum announced last month that the newly renamed Lanny and Sharon Martin Building will begin reopening in … more
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