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Redistricting shifted political boundaries and moved state lawmakers out of their previous districts.
- Now, questions are arising about where those lawmakers live and whether they can legally hold their legislative seats.
The future of Denver's Civic Center Park is taking shape.
Why it matters: Master plan after master plan, the city's crown jewel remains underutilized in the wake of safety concerns — with many Denver residents viewing it as a pathway from point A to point B downtown, rather than a destination.
Local listeners of NPR's "Code Switch" will hear a familiar voice over the airwaves later this year.
Driving the news: Lori Lizarraga — a former 9News journalist now based in Philadelphia — has joined the prestigious podcast as co-host, a role in which she will explore how race shapes American society.
- The listing is the most expensive to ever hit the market in the metro area.
Government employees across Colorado took home millions in bonus pay from federal pandemic relief dollars with some pocketing hefty sums.
State of play: More than $20 million from Colorado's portion of the American Rescue Plan Act money went to frontline government workers during the pandemic — but thousands more went to employees who worked from home, skipped vaccinations or didn't qualify as essential, according to a new Axios Denver investigation.
A surge of outdoor adventurers in Colorado is threatening critical habitat for the state's elk populations, per a new analysis from the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership.
Threat level: Local recreational trails are compromising more than 40% of routes that Colorado elk herds depend on to breed, forage and survive, the report estimates.
Mayor Michael Hancock's ambitious plan to build 125 miles of bike lanes in Denver by 2023 is on track to exceed its goal.
- The 125 miles should be completed by mid-2023, according to transportation and infrastructure department spokesperson Nancy Kuhn.
Searching for things to do in Denver this weekend? We've got you covered.
🦒 The Denver Zoo is hosting an adults-only Oktoberfest party from 5-9pm Thursday, featuring Bavarian bites, live music, beer from Great Divide and more. Tickets are $35 and include a beer voucher.