Denver in 5 minutes: What you need to know today, Aug. 24

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Alright alright. Today we’ve got a Denver tech company embroiled in the Clinton email saga, the business of sports and a crazy chase in Boulder, among other items.

The Clinton saga:

Platte River Networks (of Denver) hosted the Clinton family’s private email server. Sounds like a sweet gig, until the feds come knocking. The company cooperated with the FBI, but it hasn’t been so helpful to a congressional investigation, which is why it just got subpoenaed. (DP)

We’ve got a look at Tim Kaine’s visit to Lakewood yesterday. (Denverite)

Sports business:

Great Outdoors Colorado has collected close to $1 billion of money from lottery-ticket sales, which it spends on wildlife and the outdoors. Now the state auditor wants to take a look at just how efficiently the program operates – and GOCO is not happy. (DP)

People love Topgolf. We’re getting another Topgolf. It’s a fancy driving range. (DBJ)

The Broncos now control the destiny of Mile High’s name. (Denverite)

The environment:

Gov. John Hickenlooper is considering an order that would try to cut carbon emissions from power plants. (AP)

Cheaper natural gas is hurting the coal industry in Colorado, which is not good for rural areas. (Rocky Mountain PBS)

What are solar gardens, exactly? They might be a good way to bring renewables to low-income areas. (KUNC)

Crime and justice:

Boulder SWAT teams hunted for eight hours for a guy who may have had a gunshot wound to the head. They found him alive. (Denverite)

Two Commerce City cops were fired over Pokemon Go. (AP)

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