Today’s Headlines

  • Measuring Success of Harsher DUI Law Has Been Difficult (Coloradoan)
  • Compact Homes, Business, and Rec Space — Plus Too Much Parking — Coming to Park Hill (Denverite)
  • Why the R-Line Is Open But the G-Line Still Isn’t (9News)
  • Exhausted Uber and Lyft Drivers, Who Live Far From Denver, Sleep in Their Cars to Make Money (ABC7)
  • Local Media Jump to Circulate Annual Flawed Report on Traffic (DenPo, DBJ)
  • “That’s Ugly” Isn’t a Good Reason to Stop Housing from Getting Built (CREJ)
  • Boulder Can’t House People Without Building Homes (5280)
  • NIMBY Calls YIMBYs Who Want More Homes “Trumpian” for Some Reason (Greater Park Hill)
  • The Villager Covers the R-Line Opening

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  • EMB

    “Right now, it’s 23 degrees outside, but you run the car all night long, and just leave the heat on.”

    Wow. So, driving all day while perpetually sleep-deprived and likely suffering from mild carbon monoxide poisoning. That couldn’t possibly go wrong.

  • Walter Crunch

    Get a real sleeping bag. Leaving the car running is a recipe for disaster.

  • John Riecke

    That GPHC article is horseshit on multiple levels.

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