THE MIX

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Racial justice group marches in solidarity, scolds Denver Police

A group that works to further racial justice marched Thursday morning from Denver’s Central Library to Mayor Michael Hancock’s office, showing solidarity with communities across […] > read more

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Littwin: Trump’s descent into madness wasn’t a dream after all

Donald Trump was up early, or maybe he was up late — or maybe he hadn’t slept at all, or maybe he hasn’t slept in […] > read more

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Amendment 71, aka “Raise the Bar,” explained

Amendment 71, or “Raise the Bar,” is a rare beast— a ballot initiative about ballot initiatives. The measure, which seeks to make it harder to […] > read more

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The Home Front: Trump in Colorado again, police bias in Boulder, and more

The Durango Herald has a story about more EPA reimbursements after the Gold King Mine spill in that area. “Broken down, $101,465 went to the […] > read more

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Denver comes one step closer to winning a $30 million grant to help transform Sun Valley

The federal Department of Housing and Urban Development today announced that Denver is one of five finalists for a sought-after $30 million grant – seed […] > read more

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Weston Imer is at it again

Updated 9/29/16 Weston Imer, the co-chair of the Trump for President campaign in Jefferson County, is at it again. Imer is a 12-year old 7th […] > read more

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Another school warns of creepy clown copycats in Colorado

It’s spreading. Another local school district in Colorado is raising the alarm about clown threats, this time in Fort Collins. Once the so-called creepy-clown phenomenon slithers […] > read more

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The Home Front: More creepy clown Colorado stories, an exorcism, and Donald Trump, not in that order

More millennials in Colorado live with their parents than the national average, The Denver Post is reporting today. “Despite the fact that Colorado and other states […] > read more

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Wiretap: The Flint compromise, Johnson’s latest Aleppo moment, and Trump’s weighty problem

The numbers are in How much did the debate hurt Donald Trump? As actual scientifically-based polls start to come in, the answers seem to range […] > read more

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TIMELINE: The long road to a dedicated fund for affordable housing

If you’ve paid attention to City Council, socialized with developers, or paid rent in Denver over the past year, you know that housing is a […] > read more

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End of life options: A conversation with Dan Diaz

You may not recall the name Brittany Maynard, but it’s likely you remember the photo of the young, green-eyed Californian with the great smile and […] > read more

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The U.S. Senate race in Colorado will have just ONE televised debate

  Followers of the once-highly-anticipated U.S. Senate race in Colorado will apparently only get one shot to see the two major-party candidates debate on TV. […] > read more