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The indictment of Kent Thiry holds major political ramifications in Colorado because of the former DaVita CEO's deep ties to top leaders in both parties.
Mayor Michael Hancock is placing equity at the center of Denver's post-pandemic recovery.
Why it matters: The pandemic has disproportionately impacted vulnerable Denverites and Americans alike, particularly women, low-income residents and people of color.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is resuming his push for a "state-of-the-art" arena on the National Western Center campus.
Why it matters: Development plans that included the arena were put on hold during the pandemic, following a nosedive in Denver's lodger's tax, which was intended to pay for part of the project.
Changes may be coming to the way Denver preserves historic buildings citywide.
Why it matters: The use of historic designation is becoming a go-to tool for Denverites who oppose high-density development projects in a city aiming to strike a balance between preservation and sustainable urban growth.