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Monday, Jul 16

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Boulder’s BI Incorporated has earned more than half-billion dollars from ICE contracts

Near Gunbarrel Avenue, across the street from an apartment complex, sits a drab office building. Behind the office is a loading dock. To the side, a volleyball court.

Colorado Neurological Institute closes Vollbracht NeuroHealth & Wellness Center, lays off staff

The Denver Post

The Colorado Neurological Institute has closed its Vollbracht NeuroHealth & Wellness Center and laid off some of its employees.

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With home prices in metro Denver up 65 percent, renting long-term may not be a bad option

When it comes to buying homes, young adults are moving at a turtle's pace compared to earlier generations. But the decision to keep renting isn't necessarily a bad one.

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Denver tech firm FullContact moving out of private office suite into WeWork’s Tabor Center co-working space

The standard narrative for start-up companies is that once they get off the ground they move from their founders' kitchen table into a flexible co-working space. From there, they moved into the private office suite. Count Denver's…

A year after fiscal deal, Colorado may owe taxpayer refunds

The Denver Post

In a stunning turn from this time a year ago, Colorado's state coffers are suddenly so flush with cash that lawmakers may be required to send more than $200 million back to taxpayers over the next three years.

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It’s not your imagination: Airline restrooms are getting smaller

If the restroom on your next flight seems a bit snug, don't assume you've picked up a few pounds. U.S. airlines increasingly are putting smaller lavatories on their planes -- and the economics of the decision means they're probably here to…

Survey of economists: US sales and employment likely to grow

Most U.S. business economists expect corporate sales to grow over the next three months and hiring and pay to rise with them.

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NFL Summer Series: One bold prediction for all 32 teams

An AFC South-NFC South Super Bowl matchup? The end of a quarterback curse in Cleveland? Multiple mid-season coaching changes? You make the call.

Sunday, Jul 15

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Denver Post wins 8 Heartland Emmy awards

The Denver Post

The Emmys aren't just for television stations anymore. Denver Post staff won eight golden statutes at the 2018 Heartland Emmys on Saturday night.

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A youth baseball coach in Texas fixed Trevor Story’s swing. Now the Rockies’ shortstop is an all-star

The Denver Post

To understand the dynamics of the Sherard-Story connection, you have to understand Trevor Story's incredible talent and passion as a kid, as well as his persistence.

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Aurora embraces role as the top landing spot for immigrants in Colorado

The Denver Post

Aurora is embracing its diversity. Over the past three years, since unveiling its refugee and immigrant integration plan in 2015, the city has rolled out programs in nearly every major area of public and civic life to help immigrants and…

Improving investor behavior: Longevity and the fear of running out of money

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When do you plan to die? Weird question, right? It’s one that financial advisers have to ask their clients. The typical approach to retirement planning involves spending down the portfolio, a lifetime of savings for a client, at a rate…

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Boulder’s BI Incorporated has earned more than half-billion dollars from ICE contracts

Near Gunbarrel Avenue, across the street from an apartment complex, sits a drab office building. Behind the office is a loading dock. To the side, a volleyball court. There's little to distinguish this building from the offices of the…

Saturday, Jul 14

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Saving for a down payment could take Colorado renters nearly 12 years

Renters can expect to spend nearly six and a half years saving for a 20 percent down payment on a home, according to a new HotPads® analysis. It's nearly double that in Colorado.

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Growing Denver retail market not crushed by closure of eight Toys R Us stores, report says

The Denver Post

When Toys R Us went under this spring, the Denver area lost eight retail anchor stores spread across six cities. The once-iconic chain gave almost 250,000 square feet of space back to the local market after it sold its last Barbie.

Hints of “stability” in individual market lead Colorado insurers to ask for 6 percent hike in premiums

The Denver Post

After several years of pushing for double-digit hikes, Colorado insurers are asking for an average premium increase for 2019 that is just under 6 percent, the state Division of Insurance said Friday.

Friday, Jul 13

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In wake of I-25 fatal shooting, Uber and Lyft reiterate safety policies regarding weapons

The Denver Post

Denver native Dennis Rios has met his share of oddballs in his three years working for ride-sharing service Lyft.

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Papa John’s is pulling founder’s image from its marketing

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Papa John's, which has featured founder John Schnatter in logos and TV ads, is pulling his image from its marketing after reports he used a racial slur.

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Friday is fry-day. Here is where to get some french fry deals around Denver.

The Denver Post

Who can resist a french fry’s crispy, golden exterior? Almost no one, that is correct. If you’re going to feel guilty about the calories, why not at least feel good about saving some dough? Friday, July 13, is National French Fry Day and…

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Denver’s River North district will get its first full-service gym when Pura Vida club opens in World Trade Center project

The tenant list is coming together at the World Trade Center Denver mega project slated to open in the city's River North district in 2020. Project partners hope the future occupant announced this week is one the whole neighborhood will…

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Denver Sports Omelette: In golf one thing is true, you can’t buy your way to a better golf game

There is an old saying in golf: "it's the Indian, not the arrow." Golf fans across the country who buy the latest and greatest equipment the pros play should know one thing, they can't buy their way to a better golf game.

Thursday, Jul 12

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Former Commerce City greyhound track redevelopment plan approved

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Commerce City approved plans and financing for a mixed-use retail and residential development at the old Greyhound Track during the June city council meeting.

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Natural Grocers begins stocking sustainable, reusable shopping bags

The Denver Post

Lotus Trolley Bags, a sustainable plastic bag alternative, arrived in Colorado last week.

Shoppers cram Colorado malls as Build-A-Bear ends its Pay Your Age Day promotion early

The Denver Post

Faced with overwhelming demand, Build-A-Bear stores at malls in metro Denver, Loveland and across the country shut down a promotion where plush bears could be purchased at a price matching a customer's age.

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Here’s how to score a cheap tattoo in Denver on Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th is essentially a tattoo holiday. Here's what you need to know if you're hoping to get in on the cheap tattoos and beautiful experience.

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As investigators probe the origin of the 416 fire, Durango wonders whether its coal-fired train was to blame

The Denver Post

Cinders spewed out of the vintage coal train's smoke stack as the locomotive chugged up a drought-stricken mountain canyon between Durango and Silverton in late spring. Following behind was a small crew of certified firefighters flying a…

Shrouded justice: Thousands of Colorado court cases hidden from public view on judges’ orders

The Denver Post

Thousands of court cases across Colorado — hundreds of them involving violent felonies — are hidden from public view, concealed behind judges' orders that can remain in effect for years, The Denver Post has found.

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Late-life high blood pressure may harm the brain, study says

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Decades ago, hundreds of nuns and priests made an extraordinary decision: They agreed to donate their brains upon death to science, hoping to help solve mysteries about Alzheimer's and other diseases. Now, a study that used their gifts is…

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Denver recycling businesses turn to Boulder County Recycling Center amid market fallout

The Denver Post

As Denver-area recycling service haulers are scrambling to decontaminate their materials to meet China's new restrictions on imported recyclables, the Boulder County Recycling Center has accepted an influx of their excess loads.

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Frontier pilots’ “mobile strike center” debuts in Denver as contract battle with airline continues

Pilots with Frontier Airlines, upset over a lack of progress in negotiations for a new labor contract with the Denver-based carrier, have rolled out a new tool in their campaign to pressure their employer: a 37-foot camper.