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Past articles by Anthony:

What Will Denver Look Like In 2038? 'Denveright' Sees More Transit, Parks, Diversity

Mayor Michael Hancock is promoting a series of plans for the city that spans the next 20 years. → Read More

Sessions: US Will Enforce Federal Drug Laws Despite Gardner-Trump Marijuana Deal

"I don't think that's appropriate for me to, in effect, violate or neuter federal marijuana law," Sessions said Friday. → Read More

Shutdown: We Asked For Your Experiences. Here's What You Told Us

The U.S. Senate voted Monday to finance the government through February 8. A House vote is pending. → Read More

With Affirmative Action In College Admissions Back On The Table, Will CU Boulder's Approach Withstand Scrutiny?

Faced with a 2008 ballot initiative that would have banned race as a factor in admissions, the university created alternative measures to ensure diversity. → Read More

Climate Scientists Lay Out The Data: Earth Is Getting Hotter

The National Climate Assessment is mandated by Congress every four years; it was written by scientists from 13 federal agencies. → Read More

Denver Police Receive Federal Grant To Combat Violent Extremism

The $483,000 is to be used on officer training, programs with Denver Public Schools and outreach to immigrant communities. → Read More

Has CU's Athletic 'Rise' Been Detoured By A Return To An Ugly Past?

The university's athletic department once again finds itself embroiled in an off-the-field controversy following domestic violence allegations. → Read More

New Study Looks At Frequency Of Oil And Gas Explosions In Colorado

A report from the Colorado School of Public Health says there were at least 116 incidents between 2006 and 2015. → Read More

Despite Creative Approaches, Study Says Denver Comes Up Short In Affordable Housing

The city's population grew by 23 percent between 2000 and 2015, but housing stock rose by just 17 percent. → Read More

Muskrat in Rocky Mountain National Park tests positive for tularemia

A dead muskrat found recently at the Lily Lake area in Rocky Mountain National Park tested positive for tularemia, park officials said. → Read More

Jefferson County confirms plague found in squirrels in Parfet Park

Jefferson County Public Health confirmed Friday that squirrels located in Parfet Park in Golden have tested positive for bubonic plague. → Read More

Festival celebrating the Colorado River to be held Saturday

Nuestro Rio, a network working to celebrate the connection between Latinos and the Colorado River, will host its annual Colorado River Day on Saturday. → Read More

62-year-old prisoner drives away to short-lived freedom

A 62-year-old prisoner serving an 18-year-sentence for burglary and vandalism escaped Thursday from the Trinidad Correctional Facility but was caught almost four hours later in Kansas. → Read More

Denver police, FBI seeking public's help in series of bank robberies

According to Denver police, there have been six bank robberies in the Metro Denver area this month, four since July 14. Officials seeking public's help. → Read More

Three charged in assaults on peace officers and first responders

Three people have been charged in separate incidents for assaulting peace officers or first responders, the Denver District Attorney's Office said Wednesday. → Read More

Aurora theater shooting victims remembered on three-year anniversary

A prayer vigil to mark the third anniversary of the Aurora theater shooting was held Monday night. → Read More

Weld County says residents should take precautions for West Nile

The danger of West Nile virus is growing, health officials warn.Two of the three mosquito testing zones in Weld County exceed the vector index for West Nile virus, officials said Friday . → Read More

Leadville woman charged with first-degree murder in death of boyfriend

A Leadville woman was charged Thursday with first-degree murder after running down and killing her boyfriend with a car. → Read More

Two found dead, possibly from lightning strike, in Pitkin County

The bodies of two people were discovered at a Maroon Bells campsite, from what the Pitkin County Sheriff's Office says may have been a lightning strike. → Read More

Missing El Paso County girl seen in Arvada, Greenwood Village

Megan Mulock, the 15-year-old female who was kidnapped by her mother, was seen Wednesday in the Arvada and Greenwood Village areas. → Read More