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Colorado’s Office of Economic Development and International Trade Thursday approved $8.9 million in job creation tax credit incentives to three companies if they locate or expand in Colorado.

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Late-night Denver City Council meetings could become a thing of the past as council members have started discussing ways to reorganize the weekly general meetings to end earlier.

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A Colorado baker who won a partial victory at the U.S. Supreme Court in 2018 for refusing to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple violated the state’s anti-discrimination law by refusing to make a birthday cake for a transgender woman, a state judge has ruled.

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Ever since the Denver Gazette first broke the story in Colorado that the organization Phil Washington last headed is under investigation in Los Angeles County, Mayor Michael Hancock’s office has circled the wagons around its appointee to become Denver International Airport’s CEO.

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Following the conclusion of the 2021 legislative session, the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual 2021 State of the State and highlighted how the local business community engaged with the policy made this session.

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After topping 100 degrees again, Denver broke a 28-year temperature record Tuesday. The heat wave has prompted the city to open cooling stations, and its prompted officials to send out "street outreach teams" to help the city's homeless population.

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The Los Angeles transportation agency formerly headed by Phil Washington, who has been nominated to be Denver International Airport’s next chief operating officer, is under investigation, an official with the L.A. County District Attorney’s office confirmed Monday.

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U.S. District Judge Valerie E. Carponi ruled against a not-for-profit organization representing small businesses, saying a lawsuit had failed to provide proof that its members have suffered any injuries by the decision to move the game.

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With temperatures forecasted in the 80s and 90s for the foreseeable future, law enforcement officials are also bringing the heat as extra DUI enforcement will hit Colorado's roadways on Friday. 

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When Tay Anderson was running for an at-large seat on the Denver school board in 2019, the teachers union tried to persuade a candidate for a different seat to switch to the at-large race. Union leadership was worried allegations about Anderson’s behavior would become public and knock him out of contention, according to two people who were present for the conversations. 

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In a complicated real estate transaction that will ensure the corner of Montview Boulevard and Quebec Street near South Park Hill stays campus-like, the Urban Land Conservancy finalized its purchase of the former Johnson & Wales University campus.

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After a pandemic-related pause, Denver’s “Bring your own Bag” ordinance is finally going into effect next month, requiring stores to charge customers 10 cents  for each single-use plastic or paper bag they use to carry their purchases.

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Weeks before the federal eviction moratorium is set to expire, the Denver City Council has approved an ordinance to provide income-eligible residents with free legal representation in eviction cases.

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Denver's Board of Education voted unanimously Thursday to select an interim superintendent from New York to helm Denver Public Schools.

The board confirmed Alex Marrero, who since last October helped oversee the City School District of New Rochelle, which serves nearly 11,000 students. He was selected over 31 other applicants in a nation-wide search.

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Jurors in the trial of Devon Erickson heard on Thursday from students and a teacher who were inside Room 107 of STEM School Highlands Ranch, witnessing 18-year-old Kendrick Castillo tackle his alleged murderer before they fled the class.

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What's being called an “extreme seller’s market” continued in May for Denver's residential real estate, with the average sales price continuing to smash records, a pitiful amount of inventory for a market the size of Denver’s, and days a home stays on the market dwindling, according to the Denver Metro Association of Realtors.