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By Aurelio Martinez DENVER (November 11, 2019) – In 2015 the city of Denver floated a Billion Dollar bond for National Western Center and Colorado Convention Center. Although the focus of the money will be directed to the National Western Center and Convention Center, Included in the description for the use of funds would be…

Amelia Earhart New Host Of Colorado & Company

DENVER (November 1, 2019) — KUSA’s Colorado & Company has its first new host in its 15-year history. Amelia Earhart is moving from her position as 9News traffic reporter to take on the hosting responsibilities of the vibrant morning sponsored lifestyle show. KUSA General Manager, Mark Cornetta states, “Amelia has been an integral part of…

Julián Castro raises $800,000 in 10-day span to stay in presidential race

By Alex Samuels, The Texas Tribune Democratic presidential candidate Julián Castro announced Friday morning he hit his self-imposed $800,000 fundraising deadline, giving him the resources he says he needs to keep his campaign alive — and to try to qualify for the next two debates. The announcement came after a rush to raise money that…

Trump and Endless Wars

by James D. Veltmeyer, MD (October 30, 2019) – The foreign policy establishment was understandably enraged when President Trump announced his intentions to withdraw U.S. military forces from Syria. Both late last year and just recently, President Trump expressed a determination to exit the Syrian Civil War. That determination reflected his “America-first” campaign promise to…

Denver City Councilman Chris Hinds first elected official to certify office via Denver Department of Public Health & Environment’s Certifiably Green Denver Program

DENVER (October 28, 2019) – September 2019 marked the 10-year anniversary of the Certifiably Green Denver program; a division of Denver’s Department of Public Health & Environment, which provides free assistance to local businesses looking to increase the environmental sustainability of their operations. Six short weeks later, and only three months into his first-term as…