Special Reports

GOP bill may affect DACA students

GOP bill may affect DACA students

The introduction of a new bill presented by state Rep. Dave Williams, R-Colorado Springs, has received varied reactions from politicians and Colorado residents. The Colorado Politician Accountability Act makes it a crime for elected officials to enact sanctuary policies. The term “sanctuary city” is a name given to cities that have adopted a policy of […]

Daytime Duo 2/9/2017

This week’s guests are Leah Marvin-Riley, Matt Rouch and Nick Thomas, plus Avery and Deanna dish on the Lady Gaga, the Santa Clarita Diet, the NOH8 campaign comes to Denver and more.

The Daily Met – 10.10.16

The Daily Met – 10.10.16

We discuss the train wreck of the century. Americans are going back to work, do you think it has something to do with rising wages? A US Navy destroyer has been targeted in a failed missile attack from territory in Yemen controlled by Houthi rebels. We discuss the benefits of medicating pets with cannabis, specifically […]

The Daily Met – 9.7.16

The Daily Met – 9.7.16

Check out our discussion on rapper Drakes up and coming business venture. A hard-hitting discussion on the recent breakup of Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston. The Daily Met crew discusses the accusations against Bill Cosby. An Australian restaurant is honoring the recently passed Gene Wilder.

Enrollment opens for Coloradans’ health insurance

Enrollment opens for Coloradans’ health insurance

Colorado residents may need to shop for more than holiday gifts this fall. Open enrollment began Nov. 15 on Colorado’s health insurance exchange, Connect for Health Colorado, and it closes Dec. 15. Law requires all U.S. citizens and legal residents to have health insurance. Coverage may be purchased through an exchange, an employer or individually. Other Coloradans […]

HTE students serve up career and internship fair

HTE students serve up career and internship fair

Students from the trade shows and expositions course dished out a well-prepared Hospitality, Tourism and Events Career and Internship Fair at the Hotel and Hospitality Learning Center Nov. 7. The fair wasn’t only a feast for students looking for work. It was also a banquet of talent for employers looking for interns. The Career and […]

Tensions rise ahead of grand jury verdict

Tensions rise ahead of grand jury verdict

A group of about 25 people held candlelight vigils on the west steps of the Colorado Capitol Nov. 17 and 18, in solidarity with demonstrators in Ferguson, Missouri. They await the decision of a grand jury on whether to charge police officer Darren Wilson in connection with the Aug. 9 shooting death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown. […]

Auraria votes; Colorado trends Republican: Gardner takes Senate seat, Hickenlooper barely holds on

Auraria votes; Colorado trends Republican: Gardner takes Senate seat, Hickenlooper barely holds on

Conventional political wisdom holds that midterm elections typically trend Republican. That was certainly true in Colorado this election. U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner, R-4th District, will replace incumbent Sen. Mark Udall, aiding an overall change of power from the Democrats to the Republican Party in the U.S. Senate. Rep. Mike Coffman, a Republican, held on to […]

Phoenix Center says ‘no capes required’ for heroes

Phoenix Center says ‘no capes required’ for heroes

The Phoenix Center at Auraria presented a tri-institutional workshop Oct. 27 in the Tivoli called “You Don’t Need a Cape to be a Superhero.” The event covered safe tactics for bystander intervention in cases of interpersonal violence. “The core of the curriculum is really focused around developing strategies, talking about why people don’t intervene, safe […]

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