Newly appointed Denver official will help implement city’s $937 million bond package projects
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock on Tuesday named a new key member of his administration who will play a critical role in implementing projects from the city’s $937 million bond
Violet man wanted on allegations that he escaped ambulance taking him to hospital after drunken crash
St. Bernard Parish Sheriff's Office deputies are seeking a man from Violet who is accused of drunkenly crashing a car into a pole in Chalmette before fleeing from an ambulance
Steve Lebsock says he’s being blackmailed to resign, denies sexual harassment allegations
Shaking and tearful, state Rep. Steve Lebsock went on camera Tuesday to deny he sexually harassed three women who came forward in The Denver Post and claim he was being blackmailed
Greg Stanton named a top U.S. public official of the year by magazine
Governing Magazine bestowed Greg Stanton among the top public officials in the country for his work on sustainability, the magazine's website said.
Explosions heard in Zimbabwe's capital
At least three explosions have been heard in Harare as military vehicles are seen in the streets. Tensions are high in the capital after the country's army commander threatened to
These tiny homes make NYC apartments look spacious
DES MOINES, Iowa — As he tows a 96-square-foot house around Des Moines, Joe Stevens is overwhelmed by the intense, sometimes tearful support he receives from churches, schools and
Senate GOP to add amendment to gut Affordable Care Act in tax bill
Senate GOP leaders are adding a provision to their tax bill that would undermine the Affordable Care Act, a major change of strategy.
N.J. Republican blasts colleagues for shortchanging Jersey Shore on flood insurance
Rep. Frank LoBiondo was one of 10 New Jersey lawmakers to vote no on legislation renewing the flood insurance program.
Art museum, sewer district launching $5M Doan Brook project that blends art, environment (photos)
The Cleveland Museum of Art and the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District are joining forces on a $5 million project to reduce erosion on Doan Brook while creating a sculpture
Obstacles to entrepreneurship, pay gap, reticence about self-promotion, not realizing what your brand is
Women in Louisiana face many obstacles, the most glaring being the largest pay gaps in the country, the state's first lady, Donna Edwards, said Tuesday.
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