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Denver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg reads to students (credit: CBS)

Denver Students Celebrate ‘Read Across America Day’

Denver celebrated Read Across America Day in a big way on Monday.

20 hours ago

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20 Years Later, DIA Still The Progressive Standard For Airports

It was 20 years ago Saturday that Stapleton Airport, Denver’s premier airport from 1929 to 1995, closed for good. Hours later takeoffs and landings shifted to Denver International Airport.

02/28/2015

Denver International Airport (credit: CBS)

Denver International Airport Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock on Saturday will join Federal Aviation Administration Administrator Michael Huerta, airport CEO Kim Day, VIPs and other people who helped build and run the airport.

02/28/2015

CBS4's Jim Benemann with Denver Mayor Michael Hancock (credit: CBS)

Denver’s Mayor: ‘Keep Bystanders, Officers Safe’ During Recent Protests

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is talking about the controversy touched off when protesters poured red paint over the Denver Police Fallen Officers Memorial last weekend while police officers stood by and watched.

02/20/2015

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock kicks off Denver Restaurant Week (credit: CBS)

Denver’s Mayor Kicks Off Restaurant Week

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock helped kick off Denver Restaurant Week on Friday.

02/20/2015

Snow plows in Denver clear snow and spray gravel (credit: CBS)

Denver Prepares Streets For Winter Storm

Denver Public Works is preparing to fully staff snow plows and road crews to clear snow during this weekend’s winter storm.

02/20/2015

A protester pours red paint over the DPD fallen officers memorial (credit: CBS)

Exclusive Video Shows Masked Men Defacing DPD Memorial

Police videotape obtained by CBS4 shows disguised men defacing the Denver Police fallen officers memorial last Saturday as at least one officer expressed fear the protesters would try to light the memorial on fire.

02/19/2015

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Immigration Action Rally Goes On In Denver Despite Judge’s Ruling

A federal judge put the brakes on President Obama’s executive action on immigration that was supposed to take effect on Wednesday, but it didn’t stop a group in Denver from holding a rally.

02/17/2015

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Denver Wants $117 Million Grant To Help Expand National Western Complex

Denver leaders On Tuesday submitted a $117 million grant proposal to the state to help fund an $800 million plan to expand the National Western Complex.

02/17/2015

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Hancock Optimistic Judge’s Block Of Immigration Order Only Equates To A Delay

Colorado supporters of President Barack Obama’s executive order on immigration reform say they are disappointed but not surprised that a judge has blocked the order.

02/17/2015

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