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  • Aurora VA hospital 78 percent complete, on track for 2018 completion (Photos) October 22, 2016
    The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs medical facility in Aurora is now 78 percent complete and is on-track for a previously announced 2018 completion. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was awarded a $571 million contract to finish work on the 1.2 million-square-foot medical center in October 2015 and took over management of the site […]
    Molly Armbrister
  • DBJ & 9News 9Neighborhoods: Aurora's Hoffman Heights traces roots to WWII (Photos) October 22, 2016
    Aurora's Hoffman Heights neighborhood is a 400-acre community just off of Interstate 225 and East Colfax Avenue, across the street from Colorado Children’s Hospital and the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. It's a diverse area bounded by Peoria Street on the west and I-225 to the east, East Sixth Avenue to the south and […]
    Caitlin Hendee
  • RTD, operator dispute cause of A Line airport train failure October 22, 2016
    The Regional Transportation District and its private partner don’t agree on what caused an airport train to break down on a bridge May 24, forcing the evacuation of 80 passengers off the bridge. And the matter might end up in court. The dispute is between RTD and Denver Transit Partners (DTP), the consortium of private […]
    Cathy Proctor
  • Techstars to return to Kansas City despite Sprint exit October 21, 2016
    Techstars Kansas City — the offshoot of the Boulder-based startup accelerator — will launch a new program there next July despite the expiration two months ago of a local sponsorship agreement with Sprint Corp. Previously, Techstars operated what was called the Sprint Accelerator. Sprint (NYSE: S) is based in the Kansas City area. Similar to […]
    Elise Reuter
  • Massive cyberattack affects access to internet October 21, 2016
    A major cyberattack on some of the internet's most well-known brands on Friday has its roots at the software company Dyn Inc. The infrastructure-as-a-service company based in Manchester, New Hampshire, supports sites such as Twitter, Spotify and Reddit as well as news sites like CNN and the New York Times — all of which have […]
    David L. Harris
  • CSU to lead $1.8M study on methane emissions from oil & gas October 21, 2016
    Researchers at Colorado State University will lead a $1.8 million, federally funded study of how much air pollution in the oil and gas industry comes from compressor stations, which ensure natural gas is able to flow down a pipeline. The two-year study, led by Daniel Zimmerle, senior researcher at CSU’s Energy Institute, will look at […]
    Cathy Proctor
  • Sneak peek at the 'retro-modern' bowling alley coming to Lone Tree (Photos) October 21, 2016
    People seem to be wanting more from their entertainment and dining options. Take Punch Bowl Social, for example, which successfully blended together a bar and restaurant with entertainment options that included pool, arcades, bowling and more. Or Carboy Winery, which opened last month under a restaurant-means-winery business model. Or even TopGolf, a food and drink […]
    Caitlin Hendee
  • Denver hosts international construction forum October 21, 2016
    It’s no accident that the eighth annual North American Infrastructure Leadership Forum will be held in Denver next week, Oct. 24-27. “We’re doing this in Denver two weeks before the election because you’re a purple state and we want to show people that they can get this done [build large infrastructure projects] on a bipartisan […]
    Cathy Proctor
  • N. Carolina breakfast/lunch restaurant coming to Denver; here's a look (Photos) October 21, 2016
    A popular fast-casual concept dedicated to "sweet and savory" breakfast and lunch options is coming to the Mile High City. Rise Biscuits Donuts, based in Durham, North Carolina, has a multi-franchise deal for Denver in which franchise owners Jon and Amy Seier said they plan to open multiple locations, the first in 2017. The first […]
    Caitlin Hendee
  • Toastmasters' Colorado HQ relocation to bring 325 employees October 21, 2016
    Toastmasters International will bring with it 325 jobs when it relocates to Denver in 2018, and has plans to keep growing, the region's economic-development chief said Friday. The nonprofit, which helps its 345,000 members improve speaking and leadership skills, purchased a 106,575-square-foot building in northern Douglas County for $19.5 million and plans to move into […]
    Molly Armbrister

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