Today’s Headlines

  • Another Rush Hour, Another Driver Injures a Pedestrian on Colfax (9News)
  • City, Developer Squash Stapleton’s Hopes of Cycle Track on 26th (Front Porch)
  • Despite Growth, Boulder Traffic Is Same As 25 Years Ago (Daily Camera)
  • Hancock’s “Aerotropolis”: Smart Development or Sprawl? (CPR)
  • EPA: Denver Won’t Meet Ozone Standards Thanks In Part to Cars (ABC7)
  • Hit-and-Run Driver Clips Sheriff’s Deputy on I-70 (DenPo)
  • Golden Will Open a Bike Library This Summer (DenPo)
  • Apartments Coming to Yale Street Station (BusinessDen)

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  • Brian Schroder

    I’m disappointed by State Senator Cheri Jahn’s comments to the EPA’s Ozone regulations. It’s sad that she would put industry before our own environment and health.

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