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Denver Jewish Film Festival returns for 27th year

The annual film festival put on by Denver’s Jewish Community Center is for everyone. This is something that Richard Cowden wants to stress. The Denver Jewish Film Festival is open to everybody, not … more

Telling the stories of overlooked subjects

The multitalented Natalia Roberts is about halfway through her Visiting Artist of Color Residency conducted by the Art Students League of Denver. Roberts brought a wealth of talent to the position: … more

2023 Farmers Market directory for the Denver metro area

The Original Evergreen Farmers’ Market Where: Church of the Cross – 28253 Meadow Drive, Evergreen more

Grocery, convenience stores uncork wine sales

As of March 1, it’s wine-o-clock. As Coloradans browse the aisles of their local grocery and convenience stores in March, looking for the right loaf of bread or reasonably priced eggs, they will … more

How area governments are spending Broncos sale funds

The Denver metro governments that received checks — for hundreds of dollars or millions — after paying into a tax fund to help build Mile High Stadium are formalizing plans to spend the money on … more

Gun buyers would have to wait 3 days to access weapons

A Highlands Ranch mother purchased a 9mm Glock handgun, picked up her 5-year-old son from kindergarten and killed him, his 3-year-old brother and herself in the loading dock of a shuttered Sports … more

After capping insulin copays, states sets sights on EpiPens

Almost four years after becoming the first state to cap insulin copayments, Colorado may limit what consumers pay for epinephrine autoinjectors, also known as EpiPens, which treat serious allergic … more

Bill would protect educators

A year after Colorado lawmakers denied employees of school districts and public universities the right to unionize and negotiate contracts, legislators are considering a bill that would provide some … more

10 bills that were doomed in Democratic legislature

Banning abortion. Restricting transgender athletes’ participation in school sports. Slashing state revenues by cutting the income tax rate. A wave of bills Republicans are introducing in the … more

COVID pushed Colorado nonprofits to their limits

Colorado nonprofits took a beating during the COVID-19 pandemic, bleeding volunteers and employees who were either forced to stay home or were terrified of leaving their homes for fear they would get … more

Lawmakers are targeting hospital facility fees

Last year, Diane Kruse and her husband, Kevin, went to visit the doctor. Kevin needed to get some things checked out with his heart, nothing urgent or out of the ordinary. After looking through their … more

Colorado is so short on workers for people with disabilities

When James Wester arrives at his day program, he typically heads straight for an iPad and looks for a vacation video. Two iPads are even better — then it’s travel guide Rick Steves talking about … more

Colorado GOP chair will either be an election denier or skeptic

Of the six candidates running to be chair of the Colorado GOP, three believe that Donald Trump won the 2020 presidential election, another says he’s not sure if Trump or President Joe Biden was … more

A piece of Colorado Capitol history is on eBay

Sage Naumann, a former staffer at the Colorado legislature, was conducting his occasional nerd search of state relics on eBay when a pricey item caught his eye: “ORIGINAL BRONZE WALL SCONCE FROM … more

Colorado home prices see biggest sustained dip in more than a decade

It’s a statistic that, not long ago, homebuyers could have only dreamed of: The median price of a single-family home in the Denver area dropped by more than $90,000. more

Meth remediation professionals could face more accountability with new senate bill

In light of public libraries across the state finding drug contamination in communal spaces, a woman from Evergreen wants people to know contamination could be lurking anywhere — even in homes — and that’s why she’s teaming up with State Sen. Lisa Cutter to introduce a bill that would hold remediators accountable.  more

RTD looking to lower fares, attract more riders

RTD is in the process of lowering and simplifying costs, with new, lower fares a possibility by the first quarter of 2024 and if approved by the board. It came out of their Fare Study and Equity … more

Another swatting incident, another false alarm in Brighton

For the second time in as many weeks, Brighton police said there is no credible evidence to indicate a threat to an area school. The latest involves Pennock Elementary. It ended shortly before … more

Brighton, Commerce City police departments capture sex-assault suspect

UPDATE at 12:15 p.m. March 3 -- The Commerce City and Brighton police departments’ sexual assault task force arrested 47-year-old Jason Mickel Brigham March 2. A press statement said … more

Where to find cold-weather shelter for the homeless in Denver metro area

Life-threatening temperatures rolled into the Denver metro area again in late February, prompting local authorities and community organizations to open their doors for people without homes. more
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