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  • Business reporter Gregg Moss leaves KUSA-9News (Video) July 29, 2016
    Gregg Moss — the veteran KUSA-9News business reporter known for his upbeat personality and zany on-air stunts — is leaving the Denver station. Moss has been at the NBC affiliate on and off for more than 20 years, mostly covering business, consumer and money news and anchoring, with timeouts to take other jobs. Most recently, […]
    Denver Business Journal Staff
  • BLM plan fails to quell controversy over Western Slope oil and gas leases July 29, 2016
    Some controversial oil and gas leases in the area of the Thompson Divide near Carbondale in western Colorado would be canceled under a new plan issued Friday by the federal Bureau of Land Management. The BLM looked at 65 oil and gas leases issued in the White River National Forest between 1995 and 2012. The […]
    Cathy Proctor
  • Good news for Molson Coors: ‘Megabrew’ merger gets its fizz back July 29, 2016
    The proposed tie-up of the world’s biggest beer makers, which appeared to be going flat earlier this week, is moving forward again — and that’s good news for Molson Coors Brewing Co. Wednesday there were signs that the long-planned purchase of London-based SABMiller plc by Belgium-based Anheuser-Busch InBev NV — a merger under which Denver-based […]
    Mark Harden
  • A look at downtown Denver's 1st 16th Street Mall prototyping festival (Photos) July 29, 2016
    The Downtown Denver Partnership's first annual Prototyping Festival will draw to a close after this weekend, ending several days of temporary public art installations at 16th and Curtis streets. The partnership solicited submissions from the community for the festival, which was announced earlier this year as a way to try out different improvements along the […]
    Molly Armbrister
  • Colorado Proud campaign to find local fruits & veggies (sorta like Pokémon Go) July 29, 2016
    The Colorado Department of Agriculture is launching a month-long “Follow Your Fruits & Veggies Journey” across the state to acquaint consumers with the variety and abundance of produce grown in the state. You can think of it as a variation on the Pokemon Go game. The campaign, which starts Monday, Aug 1, and runs throughout […]
    Cathy Proctor
  • Colorado's top federal prosecutor to step down after 6 years July 29, 2016
    John Walsh, U.S. attorney for Colorado since August 2010, plans to step down next month to enter private practice. Walsh -- a U.S. Department of Justice official -- is the top federal prosecutor in Colorado. He has served longer as Colorado U.S. attorney than anyone since the 1980s, according to his staff. He plans to […]
    Mark Harden
  • From 9News, 9 things to do this weekend: Dragon Boat Fest, Denver County Fair and more July 29, 2016
    Finish off the month of July by enjoying one our 9 things to do this weekend. > Click here for our list of weekend fun options. By Bobbi Sheldon, KUSA-9News
  • DNC Notebook: Clinton takes aim at Trump; Hickenlooper in the spotlight (Photos) (Video) July 29, 2016
    Philadelphia– Five years ago, well before the pre-email scandal days, Hillary Clinton had a 71 percent personal approval rating as secretary of state and was one of the nation's most-admired women. No Democrat would admit it now, but the third year of the Obama presidency left more than a few wondering whether they had picked […]
    Chris Wetterich
  • Aspen Institute on DNC hacking: 'Attack on integrity of American democracy' July 29, 2016
    A group of homeland security experts at the Aspen Institute have called the computer hacking of the Democratic National Committee "an attack... on the integrity of American democracy." The Aspen-based group, "a bipartisan group of homeland security and counterterrorism experts," said the hacking investigation "should have the highest priority." "This is unacceptable. Our president should […]
    Ben Miller
  • Want to buy a rock legend's Colorado mansion? July 29, 2016
    Do you want to buy rock and roll legend Joe Cocker's 16,000-square-foot mansion in Crawford (near Montrose)? The deceased rocker's (Cocker died in 2014) eight-bedroom, nine-bathroom "Mad Dog Ranch" estate on 240 acres is going up for auction on Sept. 1. Supreme Auctions is handling the estate auction, and described the mansion as having an […]
    Ben Miller

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