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Saturday, September 19, 2020
DENVER---Denver Public Schools will consider a resolution to make the curriculum representative of Black, Latino and Indigenous history. A group of students at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Early College has been pushing for change over...
DENVER – Colorado employers added 36,900 nonfarm payroll jobs in August, which dropped the state’s seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate to 6.7% last month – down from 7.4% in July, Colorado Department of Labor and Employment officials...
Social unrest is hurting the Colorado Springs Police Department's recruitment efforts, making it more difficult to fill vacancies and to hire Black officers, police Chief Vince Niski told the City Council on Friday. It's a problem...
BOULDER, Colo. — The University of Colorado Boulder's director of football operations was issued a summons over a team hike on Mount Sanitas, where more than 100 people involved with the program were seen hiking...
DENVER – Hundreds of people are expected to rally at the Colorado State Capitol this Saturday to demand the release of several protesters charged this week in connection with rallies calling for racial justice over...
ENGLEWOOD -- The Broncos' first road trip features hazard lights flashing. Denver will look to avoid only its fourth 0-2 start since 1994 while dealing with injuries and inexperience. Starting running back Phillip Lindsay, who shares...
Batteries the size of semitrailers are coming to the Colorado Springs grid.  The Colorado Springs Utilities board, which is also Colorado Springs City Council, approved a deal with Boulder-based juwi Inc this week that will bring...
DENVER — When the owner of Lucky Noodles decided to open a restaurant serving up authentic Thai street food, she never imagined she would be starting her business during such a challenging time. Ploy Lampapath started...
COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — Another Colorado sports franchise could have fans in the stands at some point in the near future. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment approved the Colorado Rapids' plan to have up...
DENVER – Colorado will start paying out the $300 a week Lost Wages Assistance benefit Friday for thousands of unemployed people who have already certified for the program, and even more people should start seeing...