'Opening Doors' Exhibit Celebrates DiversityThe Children's Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus celebrated the new Opening Doors exhibit on Wednesday.
Police Chief: Denver Not In Business Of Doing ICE WorkDenver's police chief will take some American Civil Liberties Union recommendations for undocumented immigrants to Mayor Michael Hancock on Wednesday.
Mayor Hancock Breaks Out Brush, Starts Painting Trees BlueBlue trees have been popping up around town. They're part of an art project aimed at raising awareness about the importance of trees in the environment.
Mayor Hancock: 'Safety Is First' On 4/20 'Disruption'Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said last week's 4/20 festival in which dozens were arrested, shots were fired and trash was left strewn across Civic Center Park, raised some security concerns. He said the aftermath of that festival could result in changes to policy for all events in the future.
Airline Offers Nonstop Service From DIA To Panama CityA new airline is coming to Denver International Airport, offering nonstop service to Panama City.
Another International Airline To Provide Service In DenverDenver will announce that a new international airline will soon land at Denver International Airport on Wednesday.
'Mouse Mess' Voted This Year's One Book 4 ColoradoA story about a mouse and a mess is this year's "One Book 4 Colorado" winner.
Fans Cheer On DU Pioneers As Team Brings Home Hockey Championship TrophyEmotions ran high at Magness Arena on Tuesday night as the Denver Pioneers celebrated their NCAA hockey championship with fans.
Mayor To ICE: Agents Are Jeopardizing Public SafetyDenver Mayor Michael Hancock sent a letter to Immigration and Customs Enforcement asking agents to avoid operations at "sensitive" locations.
3 Denver Homeless Advocates Tried For Violating Camping BanThree advocates for Denver's homeless population who tried to camp outside city hall last year were being tried in court Wednesday for violating a city law they consider immoral. They could face up to a year in jail if convicted.
Colorado Murder Used As 'Sanctuary City' Example For White HouseThe Aurora City Council held a special study session Monday evening regarding sanctuary cities.
Denver Admits Software Licensing ViolationsDenver taxpayers will be paying millions of dollars more this year for city use of Oracle software after the city admitted it violated its licensing agreements with Oracle and was threatened with a potential $10 million penalty for overuse.

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