Top Denver news: PD lifts shelter in place in Ruby Hill; Denver PrideFest 2019; more

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Candi CdeBaca on historic Denver City Council win and the job ahead

A frank conversation with Denver's newest political star.

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Denver PrideFest 2019: Everything you need to know

PrideFest 2019 takes place June 15 and 16 at Civic Center Park in downtown Denver.

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Another 'safe place' just in time for Denver's Pride

A business in Denver is part of the city's Safe Place program. Bank of America joins more than 200 Denver metro area businesses that take part in the program.

Read the full story on CBS Denver.

He started as a custodian in Denver schools. Now he’s a principal in the same district.

Newly appointed principal Michael Atkins has filled nearly every role in the Denver public school system, but his career in education began in an unconventional spot: custodial services. Atkins, 39, now leads Stedman Elementary School in northeast Denver with a unique perspective and a will to end the same racial disparities he faced as a student.

Read the full story on KDVR.

Denver PD lifts shelter in place in Ruby Hill; suspect apprehended

The Denver Police Department is asking people near 1400 S. Bryant St. to shelter in place because a wanted person is refusing to leave a home. DPD said about 7 p.m. Thursday that the shelter in place order is for people in the immediate vicinity of the home. There are road closures in the area.

Read the full story on KDVR.

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