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  1. Colorado minimum-wage vote bill dies for lack of two-thirds supportRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Denver Post

    The Colorado House of Representatives decided on a party line vote Tuesday morning that local governments should be able to set their respective minimum wages. But when it came to letting voters statewide decide, Democrats could not muster the two-thirds majority needed to advance a bill that would have put it on the ballot in 2016.

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  2. Minimum WageRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Denver Post

    After an arduous debate over conflicting statistics, economic realities and basic fairness, the Colorado House gave initial approval Monday to two bills that could grant pay hikes to the state's lowest-wage earners. One bill would allow elected officials in cities and counties to set minimum wages apart from the state standard; the other would create a 2016 ballot measure to allow voters to decide on a formula to raise it from the current $8.23 an hour to $12.50 by 2020.

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  3. Colorado House gives initial OK to pair of minimum-wage billsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Denver Post

    After an arduous debate over conflicting statistics, economic realities and basic fairness, the Colorado House gave initial approval Monday to two bills that could grant pay hikes to the state's lowest-wage earners. One bill would allow elected officials in cities and counties to set minimum wages apart from the state standard; the other would create a 2016 ballot measure to allow voters to decide on a formula to raise it from the current $8.23 an hour to $12.50 by 2020.

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  4. Colorado bill would let transgender people to change birth certificateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Denver Post

    Transgender people in Colorado could change the gender listed on their birth certificates with a doctor's note under legislation up for debate today by state lawmakers. Current law requires transgender people to obtain a court order documenting a sex reassignment before asking the state registrar for an amended birth certificate.

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  5. Colorado bill would let transgender people change birth certificateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Denver Post

    Transgender people in Colorado could change the gender listed on their birth certificates with a doctor's note under legislation up for debate today by state lawmakers. Current law requires transgender people to obtain a court order documenting a sex change procedure before asking the state registrar for an amended birth certificate.

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  6. Rapids' Pablo Mastroeni rebuilds team in his second year as coachRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Denver Post

    Eight games into the Rapids' 14-game winless streak to end last season, first-year coach Pablo Mastroeni was drilling his team on tactics and technique. He had broken his presentations into video sessions, walking his players through his version of Soccer 101.

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  7. Bills coming Monday would raise minimum wage by city or statewide voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 14 | Denver Post

    On Monday, state Rep. Dominick Moreno, D-Commerce City, will announce two new pieces of legislation that could give a pay raise to Colorado's minimum-wage earners. One bill would let voters in 2016 set the minimum wage as well as a formula to grant increases, with a goal of reaching $12.50 an hour by 2020.

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  8. Deshorn Brown to Norway? VA lerenga boss spotted in Commerce CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 14 | Denver Post

    If a Norwegian report is accurate , it is likely only details remain in Deshorn Brown's transfer to Oslo-based club VA lerenga in the Norwegian first division. According to a Google-translated version of the report , VA lerenga's managing director Stig-Ove Sandnes is in the United States to complete the deal.

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  9. Commerce City targets early childhood education for improvementRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | Denver Post

    Commerce City is working to provide more support and opportunities to its youngest citizens after research shows that resources for early childhood education in the city are lacking. The needs for preschoolers primarily arise from a general shortage of daylong, licensed day care programs, according to focus groups and data from regional education statistic generators like the Adams County Youth Initiative and the Early Childhood Partnership of Adams County.

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  10. New wave of development poised to roll across Denver's suburban fringeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 7 | Denver Post

    Mark and Samantha Kluth stand in their soon-to-be nursery at their home in the Buffalo Mesa neighborhood of Commerce City on Feb. 26. The couple moved to the area from Arvada in May. With two large dogs, Mark said, "If we wanted to have a family, we weren't going to fit in that house." He said the couple looked at homes in Arvada, but "everything in our price range was run-down or too small."

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  11. Transwest, other big businesses bolster Brighton economy, employmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 4 | Denver Post

    There is a burgeoning trucking business on the eastern edge of Brighton, and it's expected to make waves of positive economic impact as it and other national employers take notice of the city. Transwest, a locally founded dealer and servicer of RVs, horse trailers, commercial trailers and heavy- and medium-duty trucks opened a brand new, 226,000-square-foot facility on 46 acres along Interstate 76 and Bromley Lane in November.

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  12. DIA Turns 20Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 28, 2015 | Denver Post

    Since that time, a project that was seen as a political boondoggle - even called "Federico's Folly" for then-mayor Federico Pea - has survived the perils of an ailing airline industry, fiscal downturns, volatile fuel prices, budgetary mismanagement and political posturing to emerge as an economic powerhouse with a whopping $26.3 billion impact on the state's economy in 2014. DIA was never intended as a mere replacement for the tired old Stapleton International Airport that had been hemmed in by urban development.

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  13. Denver International Airport celebrates 20 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 28, 2015 | Denver Post

    Since that time, a project that was seen as a political boondoggle - even called "Federico's Folly" for then-mayor Federico Pea - has survived the perils of an ailing airline industry, fiscal downturns, volatile fuel prices, budgetary mismanagement and political posturing to emerge as an economic powerhouse with a whopping $26.3 billion impact on the state's economy in 2014. DIA was never intended as a mere replacement for the tired old Stapleton International Airport that had been hemmed in by urban development.

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  14. Adams DA: Woman pleads guilty fatal drunk driving crash near DenverRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2015 | Denver Post

    A woman who was driving with a blood alcohol level roughly four and a half times the legal limit when she caused a fatal Commerce City wreck pleaded guilty Thursday to vehicular homicide. Last November, Robbin Leigh Verser, 57, of Denver, ran a red light near at the intersection of Vasquez Boulevard and 60th Avenue slamming into a vehicle driven by 24-year-old Ashley Nicole Bradberry.

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  15. Northglenn Ambulance growing, but now in Denver and Commerce CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | Denver Post

    Northglenn Ambulance stopped being the first responders to all medical emergencies in Northglenn more than three years ago. Instead, it's serving the residents of Commerce City.

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  16. Colorado House committee OKs ban on traffic cameras used for ticketingRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | Denver Post

    A legislative committee approved banning radar and red-light cameras used for issuing tickets, despite law enforcement officials' testimony that they make the roads safer. Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey and traffic enforcement leaders from several metro Denver cities said the cameras make drivers think about their conduct behind the wheel.

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  17. Denver police officer arrested on suspicion of domestic violence, assaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | Denver Post

    A Denver police officer who has been on the force for 33 years was arrested Tuesday afternoon in Commerce City on suspicion of domestic violence and third-degree assault, court records show. Todd Parro, 54, was arrested by police in Commerce City at about 3:30 p.m. on the 11500 block of Chambers Drive.

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  18. Adams County DA justifies Commerce City shooting of Jurado brothersRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 20, 2015 | Denver Post

    The district attorney in Adams County has cleared a Denver police officer involved in a November shooting of two brothers in a Commerce City truck depot. A decision letter sent Friday by Dave Young, district attorney for the 17th Judicial District, to Denver Police Chief Robert White said that Officer Martin Tritschler was justified when he shot three times into a car occupied by Joel and Carlos Jurado.

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  19. Commerce City volunteers help get supplies to needy students, familiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2015 | Denver Post

    Before the doors to the Hope Family Resource Center in Commerce City opened for the day, there was a line of people waiting to get donated clothes, food and hygiene kits. Inside the center, about 10 volunteers cleaned shelves, hung clothing, packed boxes of food and laid out giant plastic "shopping bags" for the people lined up outside.

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  20. Transfer Connor Cannizzaro arms DU Pioneers with "explosive energy"Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2015 | Denver Post

    DU lacrosse newcomer Connor Cannizzaro, right, works on drills ahead of Saturday's season opener vs. defending champion Duke. Maryland transfer Connor Cannizzaro adds a unique element to the University of Denver men's lacrosse team, but what that is has yet to be unveiled.

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