Domestic violence shoot + Students launch rocket
Hello, Denver residents! Amber Fisher here with today’s edition of the Denver Daily. I have the latest news on a domestic violence shootout, a cleanup of the Union Station neighborhood, a successful local rocket launch, and other important news.
First of all, the weather forecast for the day:
Expect cooling to a high of 59 degrees today, with partly sunny skies and a low of 36.
Here are the best stories in Denver today:
- A the man was arrested in Denver after a a woman was shot and wounded in a domestic violence incident over the weekend, police said. Few details were released and the woman’s condition was not known on Sunday. (The Denver Canal)
- Hello, NASA recruiters! A student club at South Denver High School with success launched a rocket of great power Sunday on the Pawnee National Grassland. (CBS Denver)
- A great spike in crime in the Union Station District did not leave residents devoid of community spirit – instead, they are trying to take back their neighborhood through organized dog cleanings and walks. (The Denver Canal)
- Denver’s art scene has lost a decade of growth because of the pandemic, according to a new report from the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts. The artistic community lost thousands of jobs and millions of dollars, hope remains for the future. (9News.com KUSA)
- Denver School Board Races: The advice is “Once again politically unanimous,“Chalkbeat Reports. The seven members are now supported by the denver teachers union rather than education reform organizations. (Chalk beat)
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Denver patch notebook
- Denver Botanical Gardens: âFall marks a period of transition in our gardens where most perennials, trees and shrubs go dormant for the winter. There is often the urge to tidy up after the first frosts by immediately cutting the perennials and removing plant debris … “(Facebook)
- Denver Art Museum: “Meet Jane Burke, Curatorial Fellow for the Department of Textile Art and Fashion at Denver Art Museum, via this Q&A with Cherry Creek Fashion …” (Facebook)
- Denver City and County Government: “Hospitalizations due to # COVID19 are the highest Colorado has seen all year. 80% of people hospitalized are unvaccinated. 100% of them are people like you.” (Facebook)
- Denver Police Department: “DPD’s Pipes & Drums Trio is legendary. If you haven’t heard them, you’re missing out, but we’ve got you coveredâ¦” (Facebook)
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About Me: I’m a Patch Editor covering news from Metro Denver and Boulder. I have spent the past nine years working for various news outlets in North America including Chicago Patch, Global News, and WBEZ. I have covered high profile court cases, civil rights violations, mass shootings, natural disasters and major crimes, but also countless good news stories about kindness, innovation and resilience. When I’m not writing articles, I can be found hiking, snowboarding, debating politics with my husband, and trying to be a science fiction and astronomy geek.
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