First of all, September has ended, which means you can go ahead and make a Green Day joke before we get this month started.
Good? OK, let’s do this.
How do you prepare for the worst?
A new simulation training machine helps Denver police practice de-escalation. (Denverite)
Gary Johnson is making his first visit to Colorado
He’ll be in Parker at the University of Colorado Denver’s South Campus on Monday evening. (Denverite)
Violence on Colfax
One person is dead and another is injured after a shooting near the Capitol early this morning. (Denverite)
DU is facing a lawsuit over equal pay
Law professor Lucy Marsh realized in 2013 that her male colleagues were paid about $16,000 more than her female colleagues. (9) ?
Rosenberg’s is ready to return
The bagel shop and deli is planning to reopen Oct. 16. (Denverite)
Well, this is unusual
The Buffs are looking pretty good heading into today’s game. (AP)
The Rockies won last night
Yes, some men played baseball before those fireworks. (AP)
Here’s how La Niña affects snow in Colorado
And what it means for our total snowfall this year. (7) ?
Hamburger Mary’s is back in Denver
And it’s just down the street from the place that is still essentially Mary’s. It’s weird and great. (Denverite)
Here’s a weekend trip idea
Lake Vallecito’s Tour of Carvings. An artist made 14 carvings out of some of the 200-year-old trees killed by a fire in southwest Colorado. (5280)
Let’s speculate about Walt Weiss’ future
He hasn’t yet sat down with Rockies brass to talk about his contract. (Denverite)
So, now what?
Let us help you decide. (Denverite)