Today’s Headlines

  • Slain Hit-and-Run Victim Identified as Karina Pulec, 28 (DenPo)
  • Hancock Administration Could Help Some Residents Pay for Sidewalks (Denverite)
  • Denver Is Obsessed With Storage for Cars, So Housing for People Suffers (DenverUrbanism)
  • RTD Will Replace A-Line With Buses If Feds Shut It Down; No Mention of B-Line (DBJ)
  • CDOT, Which Closes Sidewalks in Winter, Announces High-Tech I-70 Mountain Corridor (DBJ)
  • Park Hill Resident Wants to Build Home, Neighbor Says It Would Block “Our Sunlight” (Westword)
  • RTD to Shut Down Parts of H and E Lines for Repairs This Weekend (9News)
  • Car Sales Are Down Statewide (DBJ)

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