Top Denver news: 2 arrested in connection with November murder; Buttigieg calls for action; more

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Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Denver.

Denver Ethics Board rules city building official used position to help personal business

Scott Prisco asked for a “favor” from the city to avoid delays on a project and tried to coordinate inspection of his properties, according to a hearing notice.

Read the full story on 9NEWS.

Deonte Davis, Donte Little arrested in connection with body found inside vehicle in Denver in November

Police in Denver have arrested two suspects in connection to a homicide that happened in November.

Read the full story on CBS Denver.

In Denver, Pete Buttigieg calls for action on climate change and gun violence: “This can’t wait four years”

Presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg said Wednesday in Denver that the scale of the country’s challenges surrounding gun violence, climate change and economic inequality cried out for widescale changes that Donald Trump is ill-suited to deliver.

Read the full story on Denver Post.

Suspect in New Year’s Day stabbing death of 15-year-old identified by Denver police

Denver police on Wednesday announced that a suspect has been identified in the New Year’s Day stabbing death of a 15-year-old boy.

Read the full story on Denver Post.

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