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Past articles by Mike:

Where to recycle your Christmas tree

Now that Christmas is past, it's time to start thinking about how to recycle your Christmas tree. → Read More

Denver food pantry hands out turkeys and food to families in need

Boxes of food sit in the basement of East Denver Bible Baptist Church. All the food that gets handed out comes from donors and the Food Bank of the Rockies. Kathleen Richmond is the food pantry's director. → Read More

JeffCo Open Space works on popular trail; erosion a big problem

As the population booms, open space trails in the Denver metro area are dealing with more traffic, leading to erosion. → Read More

Boulder man runs on treadmill for 24 hours to help fight opioid addiction

Joshua Stevens ran on a treadmill for 24 hours at the Boulder Running Company on Sunday to raise awareness to an issue he said is close to his heart. → Read More

Thousands of Christmas wreaths laid on tombs at Fort Logan National Cemetery

Around 3,000 people came to help Saturday morning: families of the fallen, veterans as well as civilians who felt helping decorate the tombs was important this holiday season. → Read More

What you should know before buying gifts for your pets

Your dog or cat is part of your family, too. And buying the wrong toy for the holidays can be harmful to them. → Read More

USPS: 850 million packages will be delivered this year, recommended dates to send your stuff out

It's expected to be a busy holiday season for the United States Postal Service as millions of packages will be shipped out. → Read More

Equifax data breach: Don't let your guard down yet

Multiple data breaches happened this past year, and the Equifax data breach remains the biggest. → Read More

'I was embarrassed:' HIV stigma lingers as treatment improves

Friday is World AIDS Day, a day to remember that HIV is still a problem. → Read More

Flu cases continue to climb in Colorado; 210 hospitalized so far this year

More people are being hospitalized with the flu this year than this time in the last five years, and doctors in Colorado predicted it would be an active season. → Read More

Pet proofing your home for the holidays

If you're planning to deck your halls for the holidays this year, some of the things you put up may be toxic to your pets. → Read More

'Giving Tuesday:' What you should know before you donate

Tuesday marks the day called Giving Tuesday. It's a day to give to charity after spending money on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. → Read More

Shopping at Toys "R" Us this year? What you need to know

Despite a filing for bankruptcy in September, the store said it will have its shelves stocked for the holiday season. → Read More

As Colorado's economy thrives, number of 'help wanted' signs grows

Colorado has a strong economy and a low unemployment rate, but help wanted signs are posted all over the Denver metro. → Read More

Whole Foods Union Station opens amid fast-paced development in Denver's LoDo neighborhood

The city's neighborhoods are changing drastically, and Denver's Lower Downtown neighborhood near Union Station is home to some of the biggest developments, including a new Whole Foods grocery store, which opens its doors 9 a.m. Wednesday. → Read More

Tips for finding an affordable apartment in metro Denver

Anyone living in Denver knows it’s hard to find an affordable place to live, especially when you want the right location with the right amenities. → Read More

Inexpensive ways to protect your home from break-ins during the holidays

Burglaries often happen in the daytime hours rather than at night, and with the holiday's approaching, thousands of people in the Denver metro will be leaving their homes to travel. → Read More

6 ways to save on Thanksgiving dinner

Shopping for Thanksgiving dinner may not be on your mind, but the holiday is just two weeks away. And experts say this is the best time to shop for the big meal. → Read More

4 ways to avoid holiday debt

The holidays can put you in that giving mood, but it can also cause you to slip into financial trouble. → Read More

Planning a trip to the mountains this winter? Colorado AAA says book now

Before you know it, the holidays will be here, and whether you're looking to celebrate in the mountains or just go for a weekend during the winter, AAA Colorado says to book it now. → Read More