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michael bennet weighs his vote after meeting with supreme court nominee neil gor


mark k. matthews is the washington correspondent for the denver post. he’s covered congress and the white house for a decade, first for the orlando sentinel and then for the post. his past work includes two jailhouse murder confessions, investigations of the va and nasa and a long, strange trip into the mudbogging world of lake county, fla.






two dogs, cat die in southwest denver apartment fire – the denver post


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






new homeless outreach court meets people where they are — at denver rescue missi


a general ignment reporter for the denver post, tom mcghee has covered business, police, courts, higher education and breaking news. he e to the post from albuquerque, n.m., where he worked for a year and a half covering utilities. he began his journalism career in new york city, worked for a pair of community weeklies that covered the west side of manhattan from 14th street to 125th street.






man s to death late tuesday in denver – the denver post


kirk mitchell is a general ignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the ociated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






denver police investigate slaying at rtd station – the denver post


kirk mitchell is a general ignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the ociated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






how denver be e the #1 best-living city in the us


denver is quite literally a rags to riches story––thirty years ago it was a shadow of its current self. here’s how the city be e so awesome.full story at youtube.more about denver. posted by josh urich






mike coffman calls trump travel ban an “embarr ment” – the denver post


mark k. matthews is the washington correspondent for the denver post. he’s covered congress and the white house for a decade, first for the orlando sentinel and then for the post. his past work includes two jailhouse murder confessions, investigations of the va and nasa and a long, strange trip into the mudbogging world of lake county, fla.






colorado’s doug lamborn wants feds to spend less on “sesame street,” more on pen


mark k. matthews is the washington correspondent for the denver post. he’s covered congress and the white house for a decade, first for the orlando sentinel and then for the post. his past work includes two jailhouse murder confessions, investigations of the va and nasa and a long, strange trip into the mudbogging world of lake county, fla.






bill to refund exonerated defendants sails through committee – the denver post


david is a member of the investigations team and has been at the denver post since 1999. he was a founding member of the team before writing about banking, finance, human services, consumer affairs, and business investigations. he has also worked at newspapers in new york, st. louis and detroit over a 35-year career that began at the post.






denver rule requiring protesters to apply for a permit 7 days in a nce is uncons


kirk mitchell is a general ignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the ociated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






denver coroner’s work to digitize autopsy reports dating back to 1920 reveals ev


kirk mitchell is a general ignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the ociated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






aaroné thompson’s father appeals 114-year sentence on constitutional grounds – t


david is a member of the investigations team and has been at the denver post since 1999. he was a founding member of the team before writing about banking, finance, human services, consumer affairs, and business investigations. he has also worked at newspapers in new york, st. louis and detroit over a 35-year career that began at the post.






bill to gut default-plagued loan fund for disabled families heads to house vote


david is a member of the investigations team and has been at the denver post since 1999. he was a founding member of the team before writing about banking, finance, human services, consumer affairs, and business investigations. he has also worked at newspapers in new york, st. louis and detroit over a 35-year career that began at the post.






protesters against refugee ban gather at dia – the denver post


demonstrators gathered at denver international airport late urday afternoon to protest president donald trump’s orders to temporarily ban refugees from entering the u.s.on facebook, organizers had asked people to wear all red, white or blue and to bring signs with the words “i am _____, and i come in peace.”dia issued a statement warning that protests were illegal at the airport without a proper permit.earlier, immigration attorneys were on hand in case they were needed by any p engers on incoming international flights.denver post reporter david migoya is tweeting from the airport as the situation develops.






denver health plans to opt in to medical aid-in-dying law by july – the denver p


denver health medical center patients who are terminally ill will be able to receive life-ending prescriptions through colorado’s new medical aid-in-dying law, but not until mid-year.denver health has decided to opt in to the new law, but is taking time to develop a policy before opening up the option to patients. the medical center is researching differences between state and federal laws and is “working diligently” to answer questions before putting its policy in place by july 1, the hospital said.until then, patients who wish to use the law will receive referral istance and denver health will transfer relevant records to another health care provider.uc health and kaiser permanente also will participate in the law, which voters p ed in november. about 30 hospitals so far have opted out o






coroner identifies 33-year-old man fatally s by pueblo police – the denver post


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






northeast denver shooting leaves person with injuries – the denver post


a shooting tuesday night in northeast denver injured one person.police say the shooting happened about 8 p.m. near the intersection of 37th avenue and franklin street.authorities say one person sustained non-life threatening injuries. further details have not been released.police said they were searching for a suspect.






deaths on colorado’s roadways jumped about 11 percent in 2016 to 605 – the denve


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






pedestrian hurt while trying to get into car stopped in traffic lane – the denve


a general ignment reporter for the denver post, tom mcghee has covered business, police, courts, higher education and breaking news. he e to the post from albuquerque, n.m., where he worked for a year and a half covering utilities. he began his journalism career in new york city, worked for a pair of community weeklies that covered the west side of manhattan from 14th street to 125th street.






first-degree murder charge filed against man accused of killing rtd security off


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






two $1 million powerball tickets sold wednesday night in colorado – the denver p


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






hit-and-run driver hits transformer, knocks out power to two dia hangers – the d


a general ignment reporter for the denver post, tom mcghee has covered business, police, courts, higher education and breaking news. he e to the post from albuquerque, n.m., where he worked for a year and a half covering utilities. he began his journalism career in new york city, worked for a pair of community weeklies that covered the west side of manhattan from 14th street to 125th street.






prosecutors charge woman suspected of fatally hitting 16-year-old legacy high sc


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






former soldier pleads guilty to second-degree murder in fatal 2016 colorado spri


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






denver police looking for suspect in shooting sunday – the denver post


denver police are looking for a suspect in a shooting that sent one man to a hospital sunday.the shooting happened about 11:30 a.m. in the 4700 block of quitman street, police said in a tweet.the male victim was s in the arm, said police spokesman john white.police are looking for white truck or van ociated with the suspect, white said.  this story will be updated as more information becomes available.






hunter s. thompson in colorado – the denver post


a p o editor at the denver post, traylor joined the news organization in 2012 after getting a master's degree in p ojournalism from ohio university's school of visual communication in athens, ohio. before that, he interned as a p ojournalist at the peoria journal star in peoria, ill., the hutchinson news, in hutchinson, kan., and the dispatch and the rock island argus in moline, ill.






protesters, immigration attorneys gather at dia in protest of donald trump’s ban


demonstrators gathered at denver international airport late urday afternoon to protest president donald trump’s orders to temporarily ban refugees from entering the u.s.on facebook, organizers had asked people to wear all red, white or blue and to bring signs with the words “i am _____, and i come in peace.”dia issued a statement warning that protests were illegal at the airport without a proper permit.earlier, immigration attorneys were on hand in case they were needed by any p engers on incoming international flights.denver post reporter david migoya is tweeting from the airport as the situation develops.






marcus kleveland crushes slopestyle as another rookie wins x games gold – the de


jason blevins covers tourism, mountain business, skiing and outdoor adventure sports for both the business and sports sections at the denver post, which he joined in 1997. he skis, pedals, paddles and occasionally boogies in the hills and is just as inspired by the lively entrepreneurial spirit that permeates colorado's high country communities as he is by the views.






neil gorsuch, colorado judge is donald trump’s supreme court nominee – the denve


a p o editor at the denver post, traylor joined the news organization in 2012 after getting a master's degree in p ojournalism from ohio university's school of visual communication in athens, ohio. before that, he interned as a p ojournalist at the peoria journal star in peoria, ill., the hutchinson news, in hutchinson, kan., and the dispatch and the rock island argus in moline, ill.






hickenlooper argues colorado is a better home for outdoor retailer trade show –


jason blevins covers tourism, mountain business, skiing and outdoor adventure sports for both the business and sports sections at the denver post, which he joined in 1997. he skis, pedals, paddles and occasionally boogies in the hills and is just as inspired by the lively entrepreneurial spirit that permeates colorado's high country communities as he is by the views.






driver killed in one-car accident after slamming into pole – the denver post


kirk mitchell is a general ignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the ociated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






man accused of shooting rtd guard at union station was former soldier who posted


kirk mitchell is a general ignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the ociated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






mild weather for denver area this week – the denver post


the denver area faces a week of at least partially sunny skies and warmer temperatures, according to the national weather service.the temperature is expected to hit 60 degrees sunday, followed by a high of 59 on monday, 53 degrees on tuesday, 57 on wednesday and 62 on thursday, the weather service said.skies will range from partly to mostly sunny until thursday, when clouds are expected to disappear for a sunny day. on tuesday night, there is a slight chance of rain and snow.






water main break causing road closures in the highlands – the denver post


a water main break at  west 29th avenue and zuni street has flooded roads in the highland neighborhood, pooling down to southbound interstate 25 under the 15th street bridge.the denver fire department said several vehicles are stuck but have no one inside.west 29th avenue is closed from zuni to umatilla streets along with the area surrounding the break, according to police.danika worthington, the denver posta large water main break left a large hole on 29th street, from which some water is still draining, urday, jan. 29, 2017.






how about denver drafts christian mccaffrey? – the denver post


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denver job fair offers 1,000 available positions – the denver post


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denver weather should be pretty nice this weekend – the denver post


the denver metro area should be pretty nice this weekend and may near what could be considered warm by monday.highs should be in the mid-40s urday with lows in the mid-20s, national weather service spokesman david barjenbruch said. temperatures should rise to a high near the mid-50s sunday with lows around 30 degrees. come monday, highs are expected to near the toasty low-60s.the mild temperatures should continue next week with highs in the upper 40s and 50s, barjenbruch said.those heading up to the mountains should expect a little breeze with highs in the upper teens and 20s urday and lows reaching down to zero, he said.






denver sheriff’s deputies punished after inmates kept too long behind bars – the


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as trump’s policies stoke fears, denver’s muslim community worries about eroding


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protect our muslim neighbors rally in denver – the denver post


february 03, 2017, 9:19 pm citizenship candidates from 13 countries took the oath of allegiance and be e u.s. citizens at dunn elementary, an international baccalaureate world school, in fort collins, colorado, friday, february 03, 2017.






protect our muslim neighbors rally in denver – the denver post


february 03, 2017, 9:19 pm citizenship candidates from 13 countries took the oath of allegiance and be e u.s. citizens at dunn elementary, an international baccalaureate world school, in fort collins, colorado, friday, february 03, 2017.






denver nuggets beat dallas mavericks, 110-87


a colorado native, john leyba began his career at the denver post in 1984, just out of high school. he has primarily p og hed sports for the news organization, including super bowls, the stanley cup championships, world series, summer and winter olympics. he was a part of the pulitzer prize winning staff awarded for its coverage of the 2012 aurora theater shooting.






denver drops from first to second best city to live in according to u.s. news &


denver ranks no. 2 on u.s. news & world report’s list of the 2017 best places to live, losing the top-of-the-list status it held last year to austin, texas.u.s. news analyzed 100 cities based on quality of life, job market, as well as the value of living there and people’s desire to live there. denver received an overall score of 7.5 out of 10, down from 7.8 points in 2016.austin, which was no. 2 last year, with a 7.7 score last year, received an overall score of 7.8 out of 10 on the 2017 list.san jose, calif., ranked no 3, with a 7.4 overall score, and washington was fourth with 7.3.the magazine gave denver’s job market 8 out of 10 points, spotlighting a concentration of research institutions, like the university of colorado and the university of denver, and prominent industries inclu






water main break causing road closures in the highlands – the denver post


a water main break at 15th and platte streets has flooded roads in the highland neighborhood, pooling down to southbound interstate 25 under the 15th street bridge.the denver fire department said several vehicles are stuck but have no one inside.west 29th avenue is closed from zuni to umatilla streets along with the area surrounding the break, according to police.






new homes in denver may pivot toward affordability – the denver post


home builders across metro denver continued to ramp up their efforts last year, starting more homes than at any time since 2007, according to a quarterly update from metrostudy.“2016 was another good year for home builders and the industry in denver,” john covert, the report’s author and director of metrostudy’s denver region, said in the report.but as has been the case for last several years, construction focused primarily on higher-priced detached properties, something covert predicts soon may change.builders started 11,038 homes in metro denver last year, 22 percent more than they started in 2015, according to metrostudy. the number of closings on new homes was up 18 percent last year versus 2015.the price of a new detached home sold last year in metro denver averaged $525,486, a 6 perc






female officers in high demand at st. paul police department


allison rogers knew she wanted to be a police officer, but others had their concerns: did she consider teaching instead? had she seen the most recent news articles about officers who were killed in the line of duty?so rogers pursued a degree in corrections instead.“i had a lot of people telling me i wouldn’t want to be in the profession,” said rogers. “more out of fear than that it wasn’t a noble profession. i’m a pretty small … i’m 5-foot-1. with my boots, i’m 5-3.”in her second year at minnesota state university, mankato, she gained the confidence to switch tracks to law enforcement after speaking with an officer from her hometown of waseca, minn., where she served as a police reserve. on a recent urday morning, rogers, 23, was among 88 people who packed an informational meeting at the n