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Road Closures Coming For 9th & Colorado Building Implosion

Expect road closures and delays Saturday near 9th Avenue and Colorado Boulevard as crews demolish the old medical research building to make way for new development.


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Plow Drivers Show Off In ‘Snow Road-eo’ Competition

There’s no snow on the ground, but more than 100 plow drivers will be on the roads Friday for the 27th annual Snow Road-eo competition.


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Sinkhole Repairs Underway In Capitol Hill Neighborhood

Crews from Denver Public Works worked to repair a sinkhole that appeared in the Capitol Hill neighborhood on Saturday.


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Neighbors Shocked When City Takes Portion Of Yard For Sidewalk

Thursday afternoon, residents discovered that the city of Denver had drawn lines in what they thought was their front yard.


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Utility Work To Clog Up Traffic In Downtown Denver This Week

Utility work for a private development project in downtown Denver will impact traffic all next week.


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Basements Flood Again, Residents Want Solution: ‘They Gotta Do Something’

For the second time in as many weeks, some residents of Park Hill are upset after heavy rains caused street flooding that damaged their homes.


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‘Trees Snapped, Twisted Off’ In Storm That Formed Tornado

Homeowners in Denver and Aurora worked to clear their yards of debris on Thursday after severe storms the night before left behind a lot of damage.


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Check Out All Of The Incentives To Participate In ‘Bike To Work Day’

Wednesday is Bike to Work Day and dozens of incentives are being offered to get commuters pedaling to and from work.


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Denver Recognized As Bicycle-Friendly Community

Denver is the latest city to receive an award that is only presented to communities with strong commitments to bicycling.


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The Ride Is About To Get Easier For Cyclists In Denver

Denver Public Works is installing bike detection systems at several intersections across the metro area. The new technology will trigger green lights without cyclists having to get off their bikes.



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