- Health insurers want rate hikes of – brace for it – up to 46 percent (BizWest)
- Eldora is changing owners, but your season pass is still good (DP)
- Obama on Peyton: This guy’s in a lot of commercials (KUNC)
- Denver’s elected officials had a big day in the Big Apple (DP)
- TMZ says it has a recording of the shooting that hit Denver Bronco Aqib Talib (TMZ)
- FiveThirtyEight gives solid odds to Colorado Democrat Michael Bennet for U.S. Senate (FiveThirtyEight)
- A lot of people don’t like Colorado’s new idea for ranking schools, including the feds (Chalkbeat)
- Boulder is throwing down Shakespearean summer jams, and the first reviews are in (Boulder Daily Camera)
- Several people were injured by a truck that smashed into the Colorado Convention Center (7)
- Muhammad Ali once got stuck in Summit County (Summit Daily)
- How the summit of Everest looked to two Coloradans (Boulder Daily Camera)
- Aurora has a new Africa-themed mall, and it may be getting bigger (Aurora Sentinel)
- Yes, Nebraska really is looking for the Colorado weed in your car (Westword)
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The owner has filed for a permit to consider demolishing the 132-year-old home. It's under contract to be sold.
From Inspiration Point to Elyria Swansea, here's a pretty intimate look at the risks related to the metro's industrial activity.
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Like all data stories, this one is way more complicated than it appears.
Not everything blue on a map is meant for swimming.
Also, did you know Denver equals roughly 56,000 football fields?
But District Attorney Beth McCann said that doesn't mean "pervasive issues of racism, bias or implicit bias" exist in her office.
The festival is moving to a hybrid of in-person/virtual programming after last year’s inaugural festival was forced online.
Broadway is back. What a wonderful phrase.
We asked the government people in charge of housing and trees to wave a magic wand that doesn't exist.
A victim was taken to the hospital and a man is in custody.
Anderson denies the allegations.
DPL is entering a new chapter of its COVID-19 recovery.
The three had faced a long list of charges, including numerous felonies, for their roles in protests last summer.
Denver's City Librarian said she's been looking at maps, too, and figuring out how to fill in the gaps.
Roughly 20 percent of the city was left out after the change was adopted in February.
Park Hill United Methodist Church will host Denver’s next sanctioned camp site for people experiencing homelessness
The site will replace a safe outdoor space in Cap Hill.
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This is a story about maps and death.