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  1. Thousands of Denver kids will learn what life is like without arms,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 4 | Denver Post

    Thousands of Denver kids will learn what life is like without arms, or the ability to control the way they speak, thanks to this humorous book Mayor Michael Hancock looks at a signed book from book author Dusti Bowling before they unveiled the 2018 Youth One Book One Denver program selection at Force Elementary School on April 4, 2018 in Denver. A'Insignificant Events in the Life of a CactusA' by Dusti Bowling, published by Sterling ChildrenA*s Books, follows perky eighth grader Aven Green as she and her family move from a small town in Kansas to Arizona where her parents have gotten a job managing a rundown theme park.


  2. March Madness 2018: Radford downs LIU Brooklyn for its first NCAA Tournament winRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 13, 2018 | Denver Post

    Radford's Darius Bolstad dances in the final moments of the second half of a First Four game of the NCAA men's college basketball tournament against LIU Brooklyn, Tuesday, March 13, 2018, in Dayton, Ohio. Radford won 71-61.


  3. PHOTOS: Today in history - March 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 28, 2018 | Denver Post

    The Auto Red Bug, America's latest electric two-seater being driven through the streets of London March 1, 1929. Mae Capone, wife of gangster Al Capone, is seen on her way to visit Capone at the hospital on Alcatraz Island, March 1, 1936.


  4. Rocky Mountain Public Media plans to break ground on its new HQ in August - if they have the moneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2018 | Denver Post

    An updated rendering of the new Rocky Mountain Public Media building at the corner of 21st and Arapahoe streets in downtown Denver. An updated rendering of the new Rocky Mountain Public Media building at the corner of 21st and Arapahoe streets in downtown Denver.


  5. Postal Service warns of mail "fishing" scam, releases suspect descriptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2018 | Denver Post

    A suspicious device discovered near East 4th Avenue and Sherman Street Friday afternoon turned out to be a mail "fishing" device used to steal outgoing mail. The device was recovered from a blue U.S. Postal Service collection box, according to the U.S. Postal Service Inspection Service, which issued a series of tweets about the incident.


  6. University of Denver advises residents to stay inside on report of man exposing himselfRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2018 | Denver Post

    University of Denver Campus Safety advised residents to stay inside buildings Friday night after reports of a suspicious person on campus. "About an hour ago someone spotted a man who exposed himself in front of group of children by the Ritchie Center," said Jon Stone, media relations manager, noting that a hockey game was taking place at the time.


  7. From Lookout Mountain to Belgium, setting the record straight on American Indian performersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 13, 2018 | Denver Post

    Co-authors of the book Lakota Performers in Europe, Francois Chladiuk, left, and Steve Friesen at their book signing at the Buffalo Bill's Pahaska Tepee gift shop Jan. 12, 2018. On top of Lookout Mountain, past roads named Moonview and Indian Paintbrush, Franois Chladiuk inscribes a message in Old Lakota in an open book.


  8. Cold snap exposes cracks in upkeep of timeworn schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2018 | Denver Post

    The recent spell of cold weather exposed the poor state of school buildings in many big-city districts, including Baltimore, where the failure of heating systems closed dozens of institutions after children were left shivering in frigid classrooms. Schools were challenged in other cities affected by the cold snap, including Philadelphia and Bridgeport , Connecticut's largest city, as pipes burst, heating units froze and other pieces of decades-old infrastructure gave out under the strain of record-breaking cold.


  9. SWAT team, helicopter called off in search following exchange of gunfireRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 25, 2017 | Denver Post

    A Denver SWAT team, "Air-One" helicopter and K-9 unit have finished scouring the area around West Alameda Boulevard and South Stuart Street in west Denver Saturday night - following a traffic stop that turned into a foot chase and exchange of gunfire, a Denver police spokesman said. As of 8:37 p.m., the search was called off while investigators continued to "identify and locate" the suspect, according to a Denver Police Department tweet.


  10. Famed Denver artist Lawrence Argent died after liposuction, autopsy saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2017 | Denver Post

    Denver artist Lawrence Argent stand under, "I See What You Mean", a 40 foot tall sculpture of a blue bear that peers into the east windows of the Colorado Convention Center, on Friday, July 15, 2005. Argent died in Oct. 4, 2017.


  11. Looking for a dog or cat in Denver? "Name your price," animal shelter saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 1, 2017 | Denver Post

    Pet adoption centers aren't usually known for their dealmaking, but Denver Animal Shelter promises not to haggle with you when naming your price to adopt a dog or cat this month. The city-run shelter, located at 1241 W. Bayaud Ave., is looking for homes for its adoptable dogs, cats, rabbits, turtles and fish with a fall-themed promotion entitled "Pumpkin Spice and Pets That Are Nice."


  12. Denver Art Museum warns donors, members, employees after sensitive data breachRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 30, 2017 | Denver Post

    The Denver Art Museum warned 800 people this month of a data breach that included sensitive personal and financial information about its donors, customers, and current and former employees, according to a letter obtained by The Denver Post. The letter, dated Oct. 9, informed recipients of the "data security incident" over the summer, as well as the museum's discovery of the breach on Sept.


  13. "Thank God you missed one": Bodycam records Ohio cop...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 8, 2017 | Denver Post

    There was a clear rapport between the police officer and the man he shot Monday night on a dark Ohio street. Newly released footage from Clark County Sheriff's Deputy Jake Shaw's body camera shows him drawing his service weapon during a traffic stop and firing two shots at what he thought was an approaching, gun-wielding assailant.


  14. Russian tiger Martin settling into new digs at The Denver ZooRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 6, 2017 | Denver Post

    Martin, a 3-year-old Russian Amur tiger, arrived in Denver on July 1 and will spend at least a month getting used to his new digs before debuting publicly. Martin, a 3-year-old Russian Amur tiger, arrived in Denver on July 1 and will spend at least a month getting used to his new digs before debuting publicly.


  15. New book is a catalog of the wondrous women that portrayed Wonder WomanRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 30, 2017 | Denver Post

    From the 1934 debut of Sally the Sleuth to last month's Gal Gadot-starring "Wonder Woman" movie, which has raked in nearly $350 million at the domestic box office, female comic-book characters have come a long way in popular culture. So exactly how many have there been? And who else deserves some of the love being directed toward Diana Prince ? Canadian comics scholar and Bedside Press founder Hope Nicholson knows.


  16. Tech sergeant released from hospital after Ohio air show accidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 24, 2017 | Denver Post

    Authorities say a military jet apparently practicing for an Ohio air show has been involved in an accident. Sgt. Penelope Reed of the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office in Dayton says a report was received around 12:30 p.m. Friday, June 23, 2017, of a jet off the end of a runway and on its top at the Dayton International Airport.


  17. $40 million, 3-year renovation project on tap for Denver Dumb Friends LeagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2017 | Denver Post

    John and Leslie Malone at their barn in Kiowa. The couple pledged $20 million in matching funds toward a $40 million expansion for the Denver Dumb Friends League Quebec Street Shelter.


  18. Westminster police seek silver Subaru Forrester after woman rams patrol carRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2017 | Denver Post

    Westminster police are searching for a silver Subaru Forrester after the woman driving it rammed a police cruiser near 92nd Avenue and Westminster Boulevard on Sunday morning. It all began about 7:15 a.m., when Westminster officers attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a car near Westcliff Parkway and Westminster Boulevard, according to a press statement from Westminster police investigator Kate Kazell.


  19. Denver Zoo to welcome endangered tiger from Moscow Zoo this summerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2017 | Denver Post

    Martin is being prepped for his trip to the U.S., where he will join three other Amur tigers later this summer The Denver Zoo will add its fourth Amur tiger, Martin, to its $2.2 million new Edge exhibit this summer. Pictured: one of the zoo's existing male tigers, Thimbu.


  20. Likely NBA first-round pick John Collins had a remarkable jump last...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 5, 2017 | Denver Post

    Likely NBA first-round pick John Collins had a remarkable jump last season at Wake Forest. Now he's aiming even higher.


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