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Denver housing initiative was supposed to help 400 families. So far it’s helping 3.

RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post Downtown Denver seen from above in Sept. 2018. 0 Nine months after Denver launched a housing program that drew national headlines for its innovative approach to helping lower-income families, it’s serving nowhere near the 400 families Mayor Michael Hancock envisioned. So far, it’s more like three families. Stateline, a publication […]

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Denver: 5 Latest Homes To Hit The Market

(Realtor) DENVER, CO — Looking for a new house, and want to get a better feel for what’s available near you? Need some help in your search? Not to worry! To help simplify your search, we’ve compiled an up-to-date batch of five new listings nearby. Here’s a handy list of the five latest homes to […]

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Soaring prices leave many metro Denver homeowners sitting on a thick equity cushion

Denver Post file Metro Denver and other parts of the northern Front Range have enjoyed some of the strongest home price gains this decade, leaving many homeowners “equity-rich.” Home values in metro Denver appear to have peaked last summer and are heading lower for the first time in seven years. That may provoke a sense […]

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Larimer Square owner vows not to demolish historic buildings on storied Denver block

Larimer Square property owners and development partners are moving to ask for public input on their plans to build tall buildings on the historic block, seen Feb. 6, 2019, in Denver. Less than a month after opening a “community center” on the block to hear people’s hopes and concerns for the future of Larimer Square, […]

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Broncos & Kareem Jackson Agree To $33 Million Deal

DENVER (CBS4) – The Broncos have agreed to a deal with former Texans CB/Safety Kareem Jackson according to multiple reports. The deal cannot be made official until the start of the new league year on Wednesday, March 13. According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport the deal is for three years and $33 million. DENVER, CO […]

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Ken Simpson: Why You Should Elect Me Mayor of Denver

Ken Simpson previously ran for Denver mayor in 2011. At this writing, ten people have filed paperwork with the Denver Elections Division to run for mayor: Lisa Calderón, Stephan Elliot (also known as Chairman Seku), Marcus Giavanni, Jamie Giellis, current mayor Michael Hancock, Kalyn Heffernan, Danny Lopez, Leatha Scott, Simpson and Penfield Tate. We invited […]

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Greater Denver IREM Chapter to Host First National Real Estate and Cannabis Summit June 13 in Denver

DENVER, Feb. 21, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Greater Denver Chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) will host the National Real Estate and Cannabis (NREC) Summit June 13 at the newly completed Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center. The one-day summit aims to empower real estate professionals to navigate the nation’s fastest-growing […]

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Fired Colorado handyman, 56, accused of intentionally blowing up an apartment complex

Todd Perkins (above), 56, was arrested on Monday after police identified him as the architect of an explosion at a Denver apartment in August. He’s been charged with attempted first-degree murder and first-degree arson Todd Perkins (above), 56, was arrested on Monday after police identified him as the architect of an explosion at a Denver […]

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Final Four ref, Denver radio pioneer Irv Brown dies at 83

DENVER (AP) — Irv Brown, the Final Four referee who also coached baseball at University of Colorado, did color commentary on ESPN’s first college football broadcast and pioneered sports radio in Denver, died Sunday. He was 83. Brown’s nephew confirmed the death. Officials at CU said he died of complications from a brief illness. Brown […]

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Food Banks In Denver Stretched Thin By Government Shutdown

DENVER, CO –The partial government shutdown, which President Trump said will end Friday its 36th day, has put a strain on local food pantries in Colorado and across the country. Major social safety net programs hadn’t dried up, but those who depend on them increasingly worried as the shutdown lingered. The deal to end the […]