Year: 2019

Marion Noble March 18, 2019

The Colorado Association of Realtors is confirming an earlier report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors that metro Denver home prices suffered an annual decline in February. That’s the first time that has happened since 2012. But with strong gains still piling up along the southern Front Range and in Mesa County, home prices […]

Marion Noble March 4, 2019

Lisa Calderón was among the first candidates to announce a run for Denver mayor. email Print Article AA This May, Denver will choose a mayor to lead the city for the next four years. But where do candidates stand on the issues? And how do they plan to earn your vote? As part of our […]

Marion Noble February 4, 2019

DENVER (AP) — Irv Brown, the Final Four referee who also coached baseball at University of Colorado, did color commentary on ESPN’s first college football broadcast and pioneered sports radio in Denver, died Sunday. He was 83. Brown’s nephew confirmed the death. Officials at CU said he died of complications from a brief illness. Brown […]

Marion Noble January 21, 2019

DENVER — It’s been one year since two women came together to form Destination Collection, a group effort to clean up the garbage build-up that has become a larger problem as Colorado’s population continues to grow. "A lot more people, a lot more traffic, a lot more trash," said co-founder Melissa Krischuk. Formerly from Omaha, […]