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Big crowds turn out for women’s marches around the world

The Denver Post (Breaking News) 1/21 7:26A The Associated Press
By SARA BURNETT and GREGORY KATZ CHICAGO (AP) — Legions of women flooded streets and city squares from Sydney to South Carolina on Saturday, marching in solidarity as a show...

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Michigan says 38 underperforming public schools could close

The Denver Post (Education) 1/20 4:33P The Associated Press
By David Eggert and Corey Williams, The Associated Press LANSING, Mich. — Michigan announced Friday that it plans to close up to 38 underperforming schools in Detroit and...

CU Boulder researchers work to save vanishing Arapaho language

The Denver Post (Education) 1/19 8:12A Boulder Daily Camera
Sara Wiles, Courtesy photo Andrew Cowell, chair of the University of Colorado Department of Linguistics, works with three Arapaho elders in Rocky Mountain National Park, documenting place names there....

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Ask Amy: Upset young adult wants to rejoin the ’90s

The Dever Post (Lifestyles) 1/20 8:00P Amy Dickinson
Dear Amy: I am 24 years old. I am a happy person overall, but lately I ve been feeling down. With everything going on in today s world, and the state of society these days, it...

Battery problem fails hybrids on emissions tests

7News Denver (CALL7 Investigators) 1/20 5:39P Brittany Freeman
The state of Colorado is offering accommodations to several drivers of hybrid vehicles that failed emissions testing amid a Denver7 investigation into its issue.

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Ski maker slides into downtown Denver

The Denver Post (Food Retail) 1/20 11:48A The Denver Post
Meier Skis has moved to Denver in order to grow and expose the company to a larger audience, according to a statement released Friday. The new headquarters at 970 Yuma St....

Mars investigating Skittles said to be next cattle meal

The Dever Post (Food & Dining) 1/20 11:44A The Associated Press
By Candice Choi, The Associated Press A mysterious Skittles spill on a rural highway in Wisconsin is taking another twist, with Mars Inc. saying it doesn t know why the...

Starbucks latest to expand parental leave benefits

The Denver Post (Food Retail) 1/19 2:04P The Associated Press
By The Associated Press NEW YORK — Starbucks is telling employees that it s expanding their parental leave benefits. The move comes as companies are trying to retain workers...

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On Mountain Time

Denver Darling 1/18 5:04P Abby Miller
Hi Friends! Jonny and I (and Stanley) are back home and getting reacquainted with "city life" after enjoying the snow in the mountains and being on leisurely mountain time for the last few weeks. We...

Everything you always wanted to know about inaugural balls

The Dever Post (Fashion) 1/18 7:58A The Washington Post
By Helena Andrews-Dyer and Emily Heil , The Washington Post President-elect Donald Trump s Twitter-issued command to folks celebrating his swearing-in later this week: Have...

Easy as Pizza Pie

Denver Darling 1/12 4:01A Abby Miller
With below freezing temperatures last week and sneaking away and getting stuck (for an unexpected extended stay) in the mountains this week, it has been a little difficult to stick to all of my...

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LeBron James considering return to U.S. Olympic team under Gregg Popovich

The Denver Post (Sports) 1/21 7:59A The Associated Press
By Tom Withers , The Associated Press INDEPENDENCE, Ohio — LeBron James might make another run at Olympic gold with Gregg Popovich. James, who already has two gold medals,...

Kickin’ it with Kiz: The Broncos in Los Angeles? It could’ve happened, if Denver hadn’t bowed to Pat...

The Denver Post (Sports) 1/21 6:00A Mark Kiszla
I must take issue with your comments about teams in the AFC West moving, Kiz. You might recall Broncos owner Pat Bowlen threatened to move the team if Denver did not approve...

Adam Ottavino embraces chance to close for Rockies, predicts a better bullpen

The Denver Post (Sports) 1/21 5:30A Patrick Saunders
As the promise of spring training approaches, the Rockies lineup looks like it has the potential to be powerful and dynamic. Their young starting rotation should be its best...

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Metro Denver apartment rents drop for second quarter

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 1/18 12:31P Aldo Svaldi
Average apartment rents in metro Denver fell for the second quarter in a row in the fourth quarter of 2016 as the market struggled to absorb a record number of new units,...

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Pres. Bush stable; Barbara Bush '1000... (Health) 1/20 12:40A
A spokesman for President George H.W. Bush says the 92-year-old is stable at a Houston hospital after being admitted on Saturday, and his wife Barbara Bush is feeling "1000...

Starbucks latest to expand parental leave benefits

The Denver Post (Healthcare) 1/19 2:04P The Associated Press
By The Associated Press NEW YORK — Starbucks is telling employees that it s expanding their parental leave benefits. The move comes as companies are trying to retain workers...

Are emojis an indicator of your... (Health) 1/19 1:27P
A new study shows emojis may be more than just funny faces. They may actually provide insights into our personalities.

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