Denver Public Works is moving forward with a few changes it hopes will make things safer and more efficient for everyone.

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6-Year-Old Adrian Salazar Shot In Chest Inside Denver HomeSix-year-old Adrian Salazar was shot in the chest and injured in Denver overnight after bullets were fired into his house.
Tips For How To Stay Out Of The Repair Shop In Snowy Crash SituationsWinter driving even for the most seasoned drivers usually comes with a set of challenges, and it's worth reviewing some safety tips to stay safe on the road.
Drive-By Shooting Injures Boy Inside Denver Home6-year-old Adrian Salazar was shot in the chest and injured in Denver overnight after bullets were fired into his house.
Child Shot On Harrison Street In DenverDenver police have confirmed that a child was shot in Denver overnight.
RTD Officials Discuss Results Of Rider SurveyIn an effort to curb the ongoing operator shortage, RTD turned to passengers to choose between the lesser of two evils – temporary cut backs on service or keeping the status quo?
Colorado Freedom Memorial Displays 6,000 LuminariesThe luminaries represent Colorado veterans killed in action.
Enforcement For Vaping Restrictions Questioned In Rise Of Teen UseThe state health department says 27% of high school students in Colorado have vaped in the past month.
Denver Public Schools Changes Alert System For ParentsDPS says this change will get information to parents quicker.
Missing Toddler Miracle Adu Found SafeThe child had been reported missing with her mother; both were found.
'Camp Christmas' Is An Immersive DisplayThe event is at The Hangar at Stanley Market through Jan. 5.
Denver Woman Warns Drivers About 'Puffing' DangersShe says her SUV was stolen while she was warming it up.
An Energy Outreach Program Helps Keep Coloradans Warm This WinterPDC Energy donated $20,000 to the program.
RTD Considers Public Input On Service, DelaysRTD riders have been dealing with a driver shortage and service delays.
Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Committee Considers New Pipeline RulesCOGCC heard from Erin Martinez whose Firestone home exploded, killing her husband and brother.
Signing Santa Visits Children At Cherry Creek MallThis is the 25th year for the Signing Santa event.
Denver's B-Cycle Program Slated To End Next YearThe program will end on Jan. 30, 2020.
Colorado Board of Health Adds Spinal Muscular Atrophy To Newborn ScreeningSMA is the most common genetic cause of death in children under age two.
RTD Operator Shortage Continues To Affect Commuters In Denver Metro AreaThere may soon be a temporary fix to the situation.
Year-Round Colors & Patterns Come With Permanent LightingImagine never having to brave the cold on an icy ladder to put up and take down your holiday lights.
Managing Space Debris Is Focus Of Some School Of Mines StudentsStudents at the Colorado School of Mines are taking on a problem some of the world’s greatest minds have yet to solve.
Bus Driver Shortage Hits Summit Stage CommutersOn Sunday, the Summit Stage Bus service in Summit County will begin its winter operating schedule.
New Technology Helps Separate Recyclable PlasticsUsually, sorting plastics takes a lot of time and manpower, but the Boulder County Recycling Center is using specialized sensors to help.
Students, Friends Remember DPS' Marie GreenwoodMarie Greenwood, a pioneering teacher who spent decades fighting segregation, died days short of her 107th birthday.
South Gap Simulator Helps First Responders Train For Crash ResponseFirst responders spent the morning Wednesday getting ready for the snow with a simulation at their Traffic Incident Management training area. 

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