Hello. The news, in the words of ’90s luminaries Smashmouth, keeps on coming and generally won’t stop coming. Still, we seek meaning.
Storm’s coming this weekend, but weather models lean toward a dry and warm conclusion to the winter. We’re also in moderate drought here in Denver, but the water supplies are looking decent. (Denverite)
The Women’s March returns this weekend. Ashley explores what’s changed, and explains the purpose of civic movements like this. “We also agreed it was important to have a galvanizing movement,” an organizer said. (Denverite)
Would you want to know if city agencies like the airport are giving gifts to elected leaders? The Denver Board of Ethics thinks you should, but the city attorney is challenging that opinion. (CPR)
Aurora may tap drinking water from an abandoned gold mine, which could also reduce environmental contamination. Gold! (DP)
A statewide proposal to ban bump stocks for guns is meeting some opposition from Republican lawmakers. (DP)
Don’t panic. Here’s what you need to do to plan those summer camping trips. (Denverite)
Meow Wolf is opening in Las Vegas before it opens in Denver. (Albuquerque Journal)