EVs Take Over Denver Streets For National Drive Electric WeekElectric vehicle dealers and organizations trying to promote energy alternative cars took over Bannock Street in front of the City and County Building on Wednesday. It’s all to raise awareness about the financial benefits for drivers and local businesses as part of National Drive Electric Week.
Geofoam Installation Complete On U.S. 36 Rebuild ProjectCrews have finished installing 6,000 geofoam blocks on eastbound U.S. 36.
Small Businesses Owners Prepare For Minimum Wage Increase In DenverThe City of Denver announced its proposal on Thursday to raise minimum wage beginning in January 2020. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and Councilwoman Robin Kniech’s proposal would elevate Denver’s minimum wage to $13.80 an hour ‪on Jan. 1, then to $15.87 ‪on Jan. 1, 2021.
'Public Health Crisis': How Gun Violence Affects Youth In DenverA new report showing how gun violence affects the youth in Denver shows some surprising results. Some are even going so far as to call it a public health crisis.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan To Visit CU Boulder In OctoberAssociate Justice Elena Kagan of the U.S. Supreme Court will visit the University of Colorado Boulder campus on Oct. 22-23.
Student Arrested After Bringing Handgun To Smoky Hill High SchoolA student was arrested after bringing a gun to Smoky Hill High School in Aurora on Thursday.
‘This Was 100% Fun’: Student Build & Launch Rockets In STEAM ProjectSome Littleton elementary school students got a complete STEAM lesson through a rocket building project.
Hundreds Of Students Protest During CSU President's Speech On Racial TensionsHundreds of students organized a silent protest on the Colorado State University campus. This as CSU's new president Joyce McConnell addressed recent racist concerns.
Teenager Dies After Shooting In DenverDenver police say a teenager was shot and killed Wednesday, near South Monaco Parkway and Mexico Avenue, not far from Cook Park.
'Just Play For People': Dr. Ira Kowal Returns To Swedish Medical Center To Play PianoFor 40 years Dr. Ira Kowal walked the halls of Swedish Medical Center as a cardiologist. Although he’s retired, he’s back at the hospital, touching hearts in a different way, through music.
Recovery Card Project Offers Free Greeting Cards Focused On Addiction RecoveryIn an effort to bring hope to Coloradans struggling with addiction, a new project uses greeting cards to fight the growing epidemic. The Recovery Card Project was created by the state’s opioid anti-stigma campaign, the Lift Label.