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Workers Demand Better Living Wages In 'Fight For $15 Day'Workers across the Denver metro area joined thousands of others across the country on Tuesday to demand a better living wage in a movement called "Fight for 15 Day."
Group Wants City Council To Overturn Urban Camping BanA group has gathered nearly 13,000 signatures in the push to get Denver's city council to overturn the urban camping ban.
Denver DA: No Charges Against Acting SheriffThe Denver district attorney decided Monday not to file criminal charges against Denver Sheriff Department Division Chief Elias Diggins, who was Denver’s acting sheriff in September when he released a wanted suspect.
Colorado Court Upholds Day Of Prayer ProclamationsThe Colorado Supreme Court on Monday rejected a legal challenge to the governor's right to issue Day of Prayer proclamations, finding that non-believers who objected to the annual events did not suffer harm and do not have grounds to sue.
Veterans Day Parade Will Also Educate About Military This YearThis year’s Veterans Day Parade in Denver will also serve as a tool to educate about American military history, according to the city.
Denver Buildings Lit In Burgundy, Blue For AvsDenver is showing its support for the Colorado Avalanche as they get ready for the playoffs.
Mayor Hancock Proclaims 'United in Orange, Time to Ride Week'Denver Mayor Michael Hancock on Friday proclaimed the days leading up to Super Bowl Sunday as “United in Orange, Time to Ride Week.”
4/20 Rally Organizers Want Permit For Larger CelebrationTalks are underway to turn Denver’s annual 4/20 marijuana rally into a large pot festival.
Bells Ring In Denver On King Speech AnniversaryA bell in downtown Denver rang 50 times Wednesday to mark the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous "I Have a Dream" speech.
Independence Eve Quickly Becoming A Downtown Denver TraditionThe hot, dry weather has many Colorado towns canceling their fireworks displays, but people can still see a great show above the Denver City and County Building on Independence Eve.
Report: Urban Camping Ban Is Making Life Harder On HomelessA new report shows Denver's ban on urban camping is making life harder on the homeless.
Cold Weather Doesn't Keep Holiday Shoppers Away From DowntownThe cold weather didn't stop people from making Denver a destination for their holiday shopping and entertainment.
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