🌱 Police Seek Help In Homicide Case + Sexy Pizza To Close Next Month

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Hello all. I’m back in your inbox this summer morning with your fresh copy of the Denver Daily, fresh off the presses. Let’s get this day started off right, with a quick review of everything you need to know about what’s going on around town.


First, today’s weather:

A stray afternoon t-storm. High: 89 Low: 59.


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Here are the top stories in Denver today:

  1. The Denver Police Department is asking for the public’s help learning more about a man’s death earlier this month. 31-year-old Isaiah Morales disappeared on Jun. 4 when his family reported him missing. On Jun. 16, Morales’ body was found in a car near 8th Avenue and Hazel Street, and police say his death is being investigated as a homicide. (CBS Denver)
  2. A local pizza restaurant will soon be relocating after serving slices in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood for 15 years. Sexy Pizza has announced their store on the 11th and Ogden will close at the end of July. According to the owners, they don’t want to leave but their lease wasn’t renewed after speaking up against what they call unwelcoming landscaping out front. Sexy Pizza will keep cooking in a ghost kitchen in the Lincoln Park neighborhood, and they are still looking for another location to lease Downtown. (Patch)
  3. As rising temperatures, long-term drought, and less dependable snowpack impact the region, Denver Water is working on cutting its carbon footprint. The utility is preparing for a future with a less consistent water supply for its customers, through innovations including greater efficiency, One Water, and new storage projects, such as the Gross Reservoir expansion.. (The Denver Post)

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Today in Denver:

  • Not Made for TV: A Sketch and Stand Up Comedy Show – Blake Street Tavern (8:00 PM)
  • Join HydraFacial for a Complimentary Treatment at their GLOWvolution Tour – Cherry Creek Shopping Center (10:00 AM)
  • Dana Gold – Comedy Works Downtown (7:30 PM)

From my notebook:

  • Denver Botanic Gardens‘ Chatfield Farms location launched a Master Development Plan that will grow the accessibility, outreach, education and sustainable agriculture with new education and visitor centers, a restaurant, concert amphitheater and more! The transformation will take place over the coming years, which you can learn more about via The Denver Post. (Denver Botanic Gardens via Facebook)
  • The Denver PrideFest event occurring Saturday, Jun. 25 and Sunday, Jun 26 in Civic Center Park will result in a few road closures beginning Friday, Jun. 24. Visit the link to see what roads will be impacted. (Denver Police Department via Facebook)
  • Denver used to just be known for its craft beer scene, but in recent years, our craft spirit scene has exploded, too! Visit this link to find Denver’s top distilleries. (VISIT DENVER via Facebook)

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Sean Peek

About me: Sean Peek is a writer and entrepreneur with a degree in English Literature from Weber State University. Over the years, he has worked as a copywriter, editor, SEO specialist, and marketing director for various digital media companies. He currently co-owns and operates content creation agency Lightning Media Partners.

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