Top Denver news: Couple rescues abused dog; 8 climate protesters arrested; more

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Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Denver.

Couple saves blind, deaf dog thrown in trash

An abused dog, left for dead, is getting a second chance thanks to a Denver couple.

Read the full story on KRON 4 News.

Denver City Council unanimously endorsing partial TABOR repeal

In the coming weeks, Denver City Council will unanimously endorse Proposition CC, a statewide ballot measure that aims to de-fang a key tenet of the Taxpayer Bill of Rights.

Read the full story on DenverWestword.

Climate protesters disrupt Denver traffic, 8 arrested

Members of the group Extinction Rebellion, which advocates for civil disobedience to raise awareness of the “unprecedented global emergency” of climate change, blocked several intersections in downtown Denver during morning and afternoon rush hours.

Read the full story on DenverWestword.

Shift to e-books puts crunch on Denver Public Library

All around the country, the digital upheaval of the publishing industry is throwing public libraries into a modern crisis that will stretch their budgets and, they warn, potentially limit their traditional public roles.

Read the full story on Denver Post.

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