- A police chase started near downtown where shots were reported early this morning, then continued onto I-70, and ended with a man jumping 40 feet off a bridge (7) ????
- Colorado is one of just six U.S. states that doesn’t require a background check for nurses, and The Denver Post found and shared specific examples of people with prior convictions not disclosing them, and working as nurses here. (DP) ????
- State Sen. Mike Johnston, “mentioned frequently as a possible successor to Gov. John Hickenlooper,” got a big shoutout as a “Young Democrat to Watch” in a New York Times op-ed (NYT)
- Meanwhile, the coasts (and Coloradans) have one more day to wait before knowing which Republican to next watch closely (RollCall)
- Today’s the deadline for bids for Sports Authority Field naming rights (CBS4)
- Things we saw this weekend: a huge sand sculpture party in Arvada, people boating and playing at Confluence Park, cookies and change in Sunnyside and Highland, and … so much traffic on Colorado Blvd.
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