Inside the Denver 911 Emergency Communications Center. (Jesse Paul, The Colorado Sun)

Cellphones made it harder for Denver’s 911 call takers to track people down. Finally, that’s starting to change.

The city is urging people to update their phones to make sure they can be tracked by 911 call takers

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Introducing The Colorado Sun’s column on jobs, unemployment and hiring: What’s Working?

A new weekly and temporary guide from The Colorado Sun to get those who have a job and those who need one through the pandemic

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Accessibility challenges persist in many rural Colorado communities

Mountain communities are notorious for accessibility barriers, particularly for people with impaired mobility, advocate says. “People live in these communities, become disabled and then leave.”

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Her book launched a literary experiment focused on “the nature of change and mental health”

With "Soft Hearted Stories," Jenny Forrester employed prose, poetry and even song into this highly introspective yet also wide-ranging nonfiction look at both herself and the world around her