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Denver's e-bike rebate program reopens next month

Denver's extremely popular e-bike rebate program will open again in about two weeks. Applications will open July 11.The city will also release a limited number of rebates every month for the rest of the year. Most Denver residents are eligible for the $400 rebate. Additional assistance is available for those who are income-qualified.  LINK: Denver E-Bike Rebate Program"We know that e-bikes are really popular. There's a lot of demand out there for them, and people are just excited about the opportunity to get them in a more affordable way," said Piep Van Heuven, Government Relations Director for Bicycle Colorado. "It's...
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Public comment welcomed for proposed rebuilding at East Troublesome Fire burn scar

Rocky Mountain National Park officials want public input on rebuilding structures in and around the East Troublesome Fire burn scar. The fire destroyed 18 historic buildings in 2020 - which includes employee housing for seasonal workers.The park now wants to build a housing complex which includes two new dorms on the west side of the park, 10 residential units and three RV sites. The building would also house a facility for showers, laundry and a kitchen.The National Park Service says they also plan to replace a water well and build new utilities."This proposed project is critical for recruiting and retaining...
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Epps take lead as Denver's House District 6 race flips

Attorney and activist Elisabeth Epps overtook Katie March on Wednesday evening in the race for House District 6 after the latest batch of preliminary numbers were made public. Why it matters: The winner has an easy path to represent House District 6 — which spans east Denver to areas near downtown — and could shape the party's legislative agenda in the forthcoming year.

SB Nation Reacts Survey: who could the Nuggets target in free agency?

On the eve of NBA free agency I thought it would be fun to pose a question of who the Denver Nuggets could potentially add to their roster. Following their trade with the Washington Wizards earlier today, the Nuggets are still in a spot where they could look to acquire a shooting guard off the bench.

After parade, work begins for Avalanche in bid to repeat as champs

DENVER — Nazem Kadri will be waving jubilantly to the fans at the parade Thursday through the streets of Denver. Possibly waving goodbye, too. Some tough decisions loom for the Colorado Avalanche after dethroning the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup Final. As the players party and mingle...

Man accused of robbing bank while wearing ankle monitor

LAKEWOOD, Colo. — A convicted felon made it really easy for investigators to track him down when they noticed an ankle monitor was broadcasting his location during a bank robbery. Court records filed in Colorado’s U.S. District Court accuse Darren Connolly, 26, of robbing the Canvas Credit Union near...

Could the Denver Nuggets make a deal for Malcolm Brogdon?

The Indiana Pacers are looking to trade Malcolm Brogdon as they enter rebuild mode. So, with the Denver Nuggets continuing their moves in the pursuit of a championship, they might want to look at pursuing Brogdon. Especially since NBA insider, Marc Stein, recently reported that a deal could be done “sooner rather than later.”

Denver considers prioritization housing policy that holds affordable units for those at risk of displacement

Denver City Council is considering a prioritization policy that would provide those who have been displaced or are at risk of displacement priority access to newly constructed or preserved affordable housing. Polly Kyle, housing prioritization policy officer with the Department of Housing Stability, presented the policy to council’s Safety, Housing,...

CU Buffs opponent preview: Cal Bears aim to get back on winning track

Despite back-to-back disappointing seasons, California head football coach Justin Wilcox has done enough in Berkeley that Oregon pursued him in the offseason. Wilcox chose to stay with the Golden Bears and he got a six-year, $28.5 million contract extension this spring. Five years into his tenure at Cal, though, the Bears are still trying to get the ball rolling.
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Eagle family reeling from accident in Glenwood Springs

A mother and her 3-year-old son from Eagle remain hospitalized in Denver with severe injuries after a truck ran into their parked car in Glenwood Springs on Friday, June 17. Patty Camacho was entering her car on Friday afternoon with her daughter and 3-year-old son when a Dodge Ram failed to navigate the roundabout at 27th Street and South Grand Avenue, becoming airborne before striking Camacho’s vehicle.
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Tilmon added to Orlando's Summer League roster; Jontay Porter on Denver's

Two former Missouri big men, Jeremiah Tilmon Jr. and Jontay Porter, have homes for the 2022 NBA Summer League season. Tilmon landed on the Orlando Magic squad, the team announced Wednesday, and Porter will play for the Nuggets, the Denver Post first reported. Porter’s brother, Michael Porter Jr., also plays for the Nuggets.