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The city isn’t responding to the lawsuit just yet.
Over two days in early March, Denver police and public works crews descended on the area around Lawrence Street and Park Avenue West, across the street from the Good Samaritan House, to clear out a large encampment of homeless people. A 65-year-old man named William Pepper was among the many people who lost everything they own.
Now Pepper is one of nine named defendants in a federal civil rights lawsuit that a Denver attorney hopes will turn into a class action case that puts an end to the sweeps.
All the kiddos in Denver Public Schools are back at their pencils. We went back to school this week too. Way, way, way back. Back to the city’s first high school, the Arapahoe School, which opened on Arapahoe between 17th and 18th in 1873.
I was getting pretty worried by 10 minutes to 6. I’d come to the mall for celebrity, but all I’d found so far was a Shea butter sample and a virtual-reality experience.
I’d searched YardHouse and J.C. Penney, asked around the Apple store and quizzed all the kiosks. No one had noticed a pink-haired kid trailed by a gaggle of teenage girls. Nobody had seen anyone famous.
And then I realized that I hadn’t checked the food court.
Head coach Gary Kubiak doesn’t sound scared by Trevor Siemian’s and Paxton Lynch’s lack of experience.
The defending Super Bowl champions’ No. 1 and No. 2 quarterbacks very well could have one NFL snap between the two of them when the Broncos open the season against Carolina on Sept. 8.
TELLURIDE, Colo. (AP) — Authorities say two people were killed in a motorized glider crash at the Telluride Ski Resort.
The 50-year-old law firm, Dufford & Brown P.C., has ceased operations.
Lockheed Martin and the University of Colorado Boulder are hoping to train the next generation of space engineers.