Denver District Attorney Beth McCann on Monday cancelled a tour of the Denver Police Crime Lab scheduled later this week for members of a fundraising group tied to the Denver Democratic Party after a conservative organization raised a fuss.
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The world’s largest Catholic fraternal organization is coming out swinging against a bill sponsored by state Rep. Joe Salazar to cancel Columbus Day as a state holiday in Colorado. The Knights of Columbus — named in honor of explorer Christopher Columbus — is opposing House Bill 1327, saying the legislation is based on “fake history” […]
The May Day labor-rights demonstration at the Capitol in Denver was a modest, peaceful affair that brought out roughly 50 socialists, anarchists and Occupy movement members, some of whom wore black masks and waved red flags in solidarity with anti-capitalist or anti-worker, anti-immigrant labor abuse they said was on the uptick in the United States […]
Jefferson County is replacing the familiar green seal that’s represented the county on the western side of the metro area for decades with what county officials call a fresh new logo, part of a rebranding program that will also include a redesigned county website.
For Democrat Cary Kennedy, a former state treasurer and former deputy mayor of Denver, it’s all about opportunity, and that’s what she wanted to talk about as she prepared to make her run for governor of Colorado official.
State Rep. Joe Salazar, a Thornton Democrat, on Friday introduced a bill to cancel Columbus Day as a state holiday in Colorado and instead offer state employees a floating day off in October.