Other stuff from around the web today:
- Colorado Springs just gave itself a pretty big title: Tiny House Capital of America. The city is reportedly home to the country’s largest manufacturer of itty-bitty houses, and it’ll host the Tiny Host Jamboree again this summer. (The Gazette)
- Colorado’s average farmer is about 60 years old. Would-be growers at one educational program fail at rates of up to 75 percent. Starting next year, a new tax break aims to change that. (Boulder Daily Camera)
- Greg Maffei took a 76 percent pay-cut and still managed to make $29.3 million last year. That’s enough to keep the Liberty executive atop Colorado’s highest-paid executives, according to financial data provided to the Denver Post. (DP)
As the pandemic worsened, the agency made major cuts and changes to more than 100 routes.
The school is considering a similar mandate for faculty and staff.
Chauvin was found guilty of murdering George Floyd.
The Ruby Hill Park venue has been shuttered during the pandemic.
Just after midnight, the National Weather Service reported 4.8 inches of snow in downtown Denver -- but the sun's out now.
Denver legalizes weed delivery (and other things to know about the biggest overhaul ever to the city’s marijuana laws)
City Council passed the biggest changes to the city's marijuana laws since recreational sales began. Mayor Hancock still needs to sign off on the rules, potentially on 4/20.
After the snow falls, the Front Range will face near-record low temperatures. Happy April!
After past missteps, History Colorado includes Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes in a Sand Creek Massacre exhibit
“We want to be involved in telling the story. We haven't had that and didn't have that in the earlier times."
A fraction of Latino residents have gotten an initial shot, while white residents are nearing 75 percent.
"Honestly, if they let him free all hell's going to break loose."
Restaurant operators say fewer COVID-19 restrictions “didn’t really change all that much” on the first day
The six-foot distancing rule is still a huge limiting factor.
The short answer is the utility is trying to get the lead out. Here is the medium-sized answer.
With new programming, good weather and improving optimism, businesses and galleries are seeing more foot traffic.
With snow in the forecast, consider watching some movies?
Instead, they got the Wright brothers.
The goal would be to give the city a better idea of how many rentals exist and more leverage over enforcing housing standards.
Denver is moving to level Blue on the COVID-19 dial. Here's how the new restrictions affect bars, theatres, restaurants and gyms.
Some screenings will even return to the amphitheater!
Zaidy’s Deli will reopen at a new Holly and Leetsdale location after closing in Cherry Creek last year
It’ll bring back old recipes, as well as the original owner to work on the staff.
Six women who received the vaccine, out of 6.8 million people, are known to have had a stroke. One person has died.