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No ethical issue with free business-class flights for Denver officials, City...

Denver City Council members say that freebies from the city don't sway their decision-making. Still, recent criticism about some of them accepting $10,000 plane...

Denver rally to ‘protect our Muslim neighbors’ draws thousands

Thousands gathered in Denver’s Civic Center Saturday afternoon to express support for the city’s Muslim community in response to President Donald Trump’s recent ban on...

Griego: Gone to Market

This past spring, I received a marketing postcard from my former real estate agent in Denver. The card was one of those oversized, glossy...

Denver Council proclaims yesterday was Indigenous Peoples’ Day, but what about...

Denver City Council unanimously proclaimed yesterday Indigenous People's Day -- a victory in the eyes of many Native American activists who have fought to...

$15-an-hour minimum wage: If New York can do it, why not...

The same day Vice President Joe Biden stood by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in announcing plans for the first statewide $15-an-hour minimum wage,...

Power to the people! The Hancock administration’s odd understanding of “community”

It can be telling how some folks define the word “community.” The bubble in which Denver Mayor Michael Hancock's administration operates became all too apparent...

Denver kicks off census outreach, laying ground for big count

DENVER-- To the strains of the West High symphony and choir and to the shouts of the Thomas Jefferson High cheerleading squad, advocates for the 2010 Census rallied metro-area residents at a kickoff celebration for the nation's coming coast-to-coast constitutionally mandated once-per-decade body counting operation. The celebration was held at Denver Inner City Parish, an educational nonprofit in the heart of the city. The speaker roster and content of the talks made it clear that officials were making certain in particular to court members of Denver's "hard to reach" Latino population.

Census Bureau celebrates launch of community outreach campaign

Beginning today, the U.S. Census Bureau will launch community operations in the Denver with what they are calling a "Spirit of Community Celebration," featuring...

Emerging Latino community stirs need for bilingual poll workers

With a lengthy state ballot and expected lines at the polls, Denver officials say they are working to make sure that on Election Day every voting precinct in the city has at least one bilingual poll worker to assist those who may not speak English. There is a specific emphasis on Spanish speakers.

Live Q&A with Denver City Councilman Paul Lopez

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