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Located exactly one mile above sea level, the 'Mile High' city is just 15 miles east of the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Founded as a mining town back in the 1850's, its economy, and size, grew on the local mining industry. It's also the only city to decline hosting an Olympic Games after being awarded them.

Population: 610345
Local Newspapers: Denver Post
Local Sports Teams: Denver/Colorado: Broncos Rockies Nuggets Rapids and Avalanche
Local Colleges: University of Colorado Colorado School of Mines

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GOP candidates for Colorado governor, in final debate, all said they...

"The last thing anyone wants to see is families broken up," Walker Stapleton said. Photos by Andy Cross, The Denver Post President Donald Trump and his administration's approach on immigration took center stage as the four Republicans battling for a chance to be Colorado's next governor faced off Tuesday evening in their final debate before the June 26 primary.

Final NDAA this summer could include military pay raises, new weapons, experts say

A massive defense policy bill authorizing a 2.6 percent pay raise for servicemembers - the largest in nearly a decade - along with higher troop levels could win final congressional passage this summer, experts said Tuesday. The House and Senate have each passed its version of the measure, known as the National Defense Authorization Act, and it now heads to a conference committee where lawmakers will hash out differences in the plan and come up with a final version.

Colorado will adopt California-style low-emission vehicle standards under Hickenlooper order

Gov. John Hickenlooper on Tuesday issued an executive order requiring the adoption of low-emission vehicle standards by 2025, with the first steps in developing the program ready by the end of this year. The idea is that relying on available technologies in clean-energy delivery and using cost-effective strategies will boost the state's chances of meeting its goal of reducing greenhouse gases by 26 percent in that time frame, Hickenlooper's office said in a statement.

Full-strength beer, wine consumption in Denver parks gets a bottoms-up from city leaders

People with dreams of popping a full-strength beer or quaffing wine in Denver's public parks saw that possibility take a step closer to reality Tuesday, with several city council members giving proposed changes to city rules a thumbs up during a committee hearing. "I appreciate you guys modernizing this," council president Albus Brooks told top staff of the city's parks and recreation department at a gathering of the Land Use, Transportation & Infrastructure Committee.

A-Line's noisy train horns' days are numbered, as RTD plans to...

Line's noisy train horns' days are numbered, as RTD plans to pull flaggers back from six crossings starting Friday A crossing guard with Rocky Mountain Flaggers watches traffic and pedestrians for safety along the University of Colorado A Line in Aurora at 43rd and Clayton. March 17, 2017, in Denver.

After a Jarring Visit From the Police, RiseUp Charter School Tries to Move On

On April 24, Sherri Villalobos and her friends were heading back to school after lunch when they spotted what they thought was a bad car accident. Denver Police Department cruisers had swarmed the street outside RiseUp Community School at 2342 Broadway, right across from the Denver Rescue Mission.

Pikes Pick: Art lovers have a can't-miss show in Denver

Part of artist Matt Barton's exhibition "Soft Something," on view until June 29 in conjunction with Happy City Denver. If you're an art lover, get to Denver before June 29 to check out "Soft Something," an immersive installation by Matt Barton, co-director of visual art at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.

The 21 Best Things to Do in Denver, June 19 Through June 25

Here comes the sun! Although Denver has already seen plenty of hot days, there are hotter times ahead, with a celebration of the Summer Solstice at Bluff Lake, unicorns galloping into Littleton, the Denver Zine Fest opening a new chapter and the Westword Music Showcase sounding off in the Golden Triangle. Keep reading for the 21 best events this week.

Denver Pho Has Plenty to Offer - Even When It's Too Hot for Noodle Soup

There's not a cloud in the sky, and the thermometer just topped 90 degrees; the acrid smell of hot asphalt is strong, and waves of heat distort the lines in the parking lot. But through the haze of heat, just past Pacific Ocean Marketplace and Super Star Asian Cuisine in the Alameda Square Shopping Center, the logo of a steaming bowl with crossed chopsticks beckons.

Road rage alleged: Mom and two boys shot outside dentista s office

Law enforcement officials work the scene of a shooting outside the Cedarwood Square Office Complex near 80th Ave. and Sheridan Blvd. in Westminster, Colorado on Thursday afternoon, June 14, 2018. Law enforcement officials confer outside the Cedarwood Square Office Complex near 80th Ave. and Sheridan Blvd. in Westminster, Colorado on Thursday afternoon, June 14, 2018.

The Book of Mormon Comes to Denver and You Can Still Get Cheap Tickets

The Book of Mormon - arguably one of the most famous modern musicals - made its way to Denver this past week. We caught one of the first shows and its Denver iteration is as satirical and raunchy as you'd expect from the creators of South Park Matt Stone and Trey Parker.

Teen gets life in Denver chef's murder

A teen prosecutors say boasted on social media after randomly shooting and killing a Denver chef in 2016 was sentenced in an Arapahoe County court Friday. Arapahoe District Court Judge Andrew Baum sentenced 18-year-old Raheem Benson to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 40 years.

Lawsuit: Muslim refused lease at Denver building

Rashad Khan has called the United States home for 13 years. The 36-year-old went to Colorado University and his family owns a local Indian restaurant.

In final debate, Democrats running for Colorado governor continue...

Mike Johnston answers a question during a Democratic party governor's race debate at the University of Denver on Monday, June 18, 2018. From right to left Donna Lynne, Cary Kennedy, Mike Johnston and Jared Polis during a democratic party governor's race debate at the University of Denver on Monday, June 18, 2018.

Home of Denver 7-pound breakfast burrito shutters remaining restaurants

Cook Carolina Villassenor cooks a 7-pound burrito May 6, 2018, at Jack-n-Grill in Westminester, Colo. Eighteen years ago, Jack Martinez set up a green-chile roasting stand at 2524 Federal Boulevard.

Officer-involved shooting following robbery at Colfax 7-Eleven took all of 10 seconds, police say

Denver police officers attend the scene of a shooting at E. Colfax Ave. and Washington St. on the evening of Wednesday, June 13, 2018. The Sliceworks pizza restaurant at E. Colfax Ave. and Washington St. has a broken window pane after a shooting on Wednesday, June 13, 2018.

Denver Contradicts Itself by Targeting Previously Tolerated Cannabis Tour Buses

The rolling lounges are one of the few options for visitors who want to use marijuana but can't find pot-friendly lodging. Visitors to Denver can legally buy marijuana products from 200 or so state-licensed retailers , but they can legally enjoy their purchases almost nowhere.

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