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'I Love My Job!' Denver Day Works Helps Those In Need Find JobsA program helping those struggling with homelessness get jobs is marking 2½ years. Those who have taken part in Denver Day Works gathered to celebrate its success.
From Military To Civilian Life: Families Hope Unique Experience Helps Land JobsThe USO hosted a career fair for active members of the military and their spouses on Wednesday while also inviting veterans in an effort to help all families trying to transition to civilian life after serving their country.
Students Help Organize Hospital Graduation Ceremony For Sick ClassmateGrace Bradley was supposed to be walking at her high school graduation. Instead, the teen is stuck sitting in a hospital bed.
Denver Police Officers Recognized For Helping Community On Personal LevelSome Denver police officers were recognized for helping people in need in their community.
READ Academy Hopes To Open Opportunities For Students With DyslexiaA Jefferson County mom is creating a new school to help thousands of students with dyslexia across the metro area.
Graduating CSU Students Make Woman's Wheelchair Dreams Come TrueA team of graduating Colorado State University (CSU) engineering students presented their completed senior project Friday to a Fort Collins woman.
'Pups On Patrol' Helps Dog Owners Keep An Eye On NeighborhoodsPolice departments from Denver, Wheat Ridge and Lakeside partnered with the Denver Police Museum, as well as Planned Pethood, a veterinary clinic, in an event to help keep pets healthy and neighborhoods safer.
'Together With Karen Leigh' Show, 5/17 & 5/19Watch this week's "Together With Karen Leigh" show in its entirety, and see a list of links from the show.
Couple Starts Nonprofit To Help Colorado Foster ParentsRenee and Brian Bernhardt decided to become foster parents when Adams County placed a one-month-old baby in their home.
Mom Who Lost Son To Suicide Wants To Take Stigma Away From Mental Illness“I want them to know they don’t have to struggle in silence- that is the most important thing," said Maria Bales when talking to teens about sharing what they're going through. She lost her son to suicide.
Graduating Class Gives, Gets Encouragement During Elementary School ToursThe Class of 2019 at Jefferson High School continued the tradition of walking through the campuses of elementary schools greeting students in their cap and gown the day before graduation.
More Than 100 Blood Donors Roll Up Their Sleeves At STEM School EventMore than 90 people donated blood at a drive hosted by Vitalant and UCHealth on Wednesday morning.