Today’s Headlines

  • Driver Kills 43-Year-Old Bicyclist in Hellish Arvada Intersection (9News)
  • Delay on I-70 Widening Gives Pause to Consider Consequences (Confluence)
  • Downtown Parking Rates Pale in Comparison to Other Cities (Denverite)
  • About 200 Affordable Apartments to Replace Trailer Park in Westwood (DenPo)
  • Denver’s Food Deserts Hurt Low-Income Neighborhoods Most — What’s Being Done? (Denverite)
  • Will Aurora Ever Have a “True Downtown”? (Sentinel)
  • A-Line Horns to Continue Until Feds Deem Crossings Safe (Front Porch)
  • Someone May Have Taken Down Hilltop Signs Restricting Parking (DenPo)
  • CDOT Is Step Closer to Widening I-25 in Northern Colorado (Fox31)

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  • Walter Crunch

    Let’s take a wager on whether charges for the killer.

  • Aaron

    I’m just flabbergasted by the numbers: $1.7 billion for 12 miles of road? Thats over $140 million per mile. How is this even justified?

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