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  1. Governor, mayor welcome dozens of new refugees to Colorado during Union Station receptionRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Denver Post

    Recent refugees Isatou Janko, 23, left, and her sister Fatoumatta, 25, right, talk about their recent arrival to the United States after taking part in a welcome ceremony at the Gallery at Union Station on Feb. 22, 2017 in Denver. Recent refugees to the state, many with new Colorado buttons pinned to their shirts and seated near whispering Arabic and African language translators, packed a Union Station ballroom Wednesday as honored guests of Gov. John Hickenlooper and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.

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  2. Seen: 250 decorate hearts at Milagros del Corazon auctionRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Denver Post

    The Chicano Humanities & Arts Council found plenty of love this month when 250 artists, community leaders and schoolchildren decorated wooden hearts for the auction that was part of a popular fundraiser called Milagros del Corazon. The 18th edition of Milagros del Corazon, or Miracles of the Heart, was held at the new ReCreative Gallery, a space at 765 Santa Fe Drive, which once was home to the Space and Point galleries.

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  3. Denver prosecutors charge three people in crash that killed 17-year-old boyRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Denver Post

    Denver prosecutors have charged three people - a man and two women - in a January crash in the southwest corner of the city that left a 17-year-old boy dead. Investigators believe that on Jan. 22, Kylie Mazzetta, 28, rear-ended a Maza sedan driven by 17-year-old Manuel Alejandro Castillo, killing him.

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  4. Google's wireless gigabit broadband is coming to DenverRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Denver Post

    It's not quite Google Fiber, but a wireless version of Google's gigabit internet service is expanding to Denver. Webpass, which Google Fiber acquired last summer , targets apartment complexes and other multi-unit buildings, including offices, with a hybrid-wireless service that can offer every tenant speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second.

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  5. 40 West ARTline gains ground in LakewoodRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Denver Post

    Working on projects in his studio in Lakewood, Sean Doherty will be one of the artists that will be featured in the new 40 West Arts Loop in Lakewood. Lakewood's soon-to-be 4-mile art trail is moving forward after the city and the 40 West Arts District finalized its route and settled on a new name for what could be one of the city's most notable amenities.

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  6. Denver Restaurant Week 2017: Pro tips to get your money's (and tummy's) worthRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Denver Post

    Sweet potato and Avocado salad with toasted peanuts, Thai vinaigrette and cucumbers at Brider Restaurant on February 13, 2017 in Denver. Brider is an all-day American rotisserie serving roasted meats, craft beer and cocktails in a modern counter-serve setting.

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  7. After being deported in 2007, he was arrested twice in Denver. Then, police say he killed a woman.Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Denver Post

    The man accused of killing a young Denver lawyer in an October hit-and-run collision had been deported in 2007 only to return illegally to the U.S., where he was arrested twice before the deadly crash, authorities say. Norlan Estrada-Reyes, 27, who was born in Sulaco, Honduras, had twice been accused of crimes in Denver, including driving under the influence.

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  8. With session one-third over, Colorado lawmakers inch toward deal to improve roadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Post

    Colorado's top lawmakers continued to tout agreement Tuesday for a measure to fix the state's crumbling roads and traffic congestion even though they remained far apart on the solution. The limited progress on the legislative session's top issue became apparent at a forum in Denver hosted by a coalition of organizations pressuring lawmakers to put more money toward transportation.

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  9. Fossil fuel extraction fights persist around Colorado, challenging state push for harmonyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Post

    Extraction Oil and Gas officials talk to residents in Broomfield about a proposal to drill near homes on Feb. 21, 2017. Colorado's oil and gas conflict flared as hundreds of people packed FirstBank Center on Tuesday night hoping to kill - or at least tame - a plan to drill 139 wells from four 8-acre pads near homes in Broomfield.

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  10. Denver council puts brakes on changes to parking exemptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Post

    Avanti Plaza, an apartment building in Highland at 3201 Osage St., is the only project in Denver that has been built with no parking under the city's off-street parking exemption for small lots in certain areas. Denver City Council members have struggled to reach consensus on how much to exempt new small-lot developments from providing parking, and now they'll get more time.

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  11. American Guns reality TV star goes to trial in Denver federal courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Post

    Before a Wheat Ridge gun dealer became a reality TV star on the Discovery Channel, he had already agreed to relinquish his federal firearms license and was not paying federal taxes, prosecutors argued in opening statements at the man's trial Tuesday. The attorney for Richard Wyatt, 53, of Evergreen acknowledged that his client was a reckless bookkeeper but had no criminal intent and always made sure his customers got criminal background checks.

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  12. Foothills Fieldhouse already making money after six monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Post

    Lacrosse players set up for a drill during a drop in practice session at the Foothills Park and Rec Fieldhouse in Denver on February 14, 2017. Foothills Park and Recreation District purchased the fieldhouse in June.

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  13. Aurora Crime Blotter: Group of burglars descend on neighborhood carsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Post

    Band of thieves. A man who lives in the 2200 block of South Eagle Court heard a car pull in front of his house around 7:30 p.m. Feb. 3. Three men got out of the car and scattered around the neighborhood, trying to open car doors parked in the area.

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  14. Business Q&A: iBODY Inspired MovementRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Post

    Business profile of iBody Inspired Movement at 1177 S. Pennsylvania Street in Denver. Business: iBODY Inspired Movement Address: 1177 S. Pennsylvania St. Hours: Varies depending on class times Founded: 2016 Contact: 720-379-4978, ibodydenver.com Employees: 2 full-time, 10-plus teachers iBody owner Dana Hood leads an afternoon class.

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  15. Denver crime blotter: That burrito isn't freeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Post

    That burrito isn't free. Two men were arrested by Denver police on Feb. 9 after they tried to leave Tom's Diner, 601 E. Colfax Ave., without paying for their meal.

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  16. Denver councilman Rafael Espinoza joins lawsuit against city over drainage projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Post

    Rafael Espinoza opposed a series of big flood-control projects planned by Denver city officials as a city councilman - by voting last June against steep increases to storm drainage and sewer fees that are helping to pay for the work. Now Espinoza has found a new way to voice his misgivings about one of the controversial projects.

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  17. Shocker: Denver broke another temperature recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Denver Post

    Erin O'Brien relaxes in the warm weather at Washington Park in Denver using an inflatable chair Feb. 21, 2017. Denver broke its fourth record Tuesday, hitting 73 degrees around 2:22 p.m. and beating out the previous 1995 record of 71 degrees.

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  18. Patsy's Inn owner Ron Cito dies at 81Read the original story

    Tuesday | Denver Post

    When Patsy's Inn closed last Augus t after 95 years of simmering tomato sauce and rolling out pasta, we mourned a loss on the Denver restaurant scene. Now, we mourn another loss with the passing of Ron Cito, owner of the iconic Italian eatery and grand-nephew of the restaurant's founders.

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  19. Transamerica to add 200 Denver employees by end of yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Denver Post

    The downtown Denver skyline as seen from South Colorado Boulevard. Transamerica is expanding its workforce in the city, and expects to add about 200 employees to its downtown office in 2017.

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  20. Smiley's Laundromat building will be demolished, replaced with 180...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Denver Post

    A Depression-era art deco building that's been a part of Colfax Avenue for more than 80 years will be torn down and replaced with what some neighborhood groups are calling the future Denver Union Station. Historic Denver fought to save the building and preserve its architecture, but in the end the new property owner said it came down to parking.

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