Colorado high-speed hyperloop project picks DIA as first portal station but building north or south route is up for debate

Colorado’s futuristic Hyperloop travel system will start with a station near Denver International Airport. But where it goes from there is still to be determined, … Continue reading

Alexa, what are you doing in my house? Lennar Homes is building Amazon’s digital assistant into all its new homes, including a subdivision in Aurora

When Amazon’s digital assistant, Alexa, enters someone’s home, it is typically as a guest. But buyers of new Lennar homes will find her waiting for … Continue reading

Why Colorado joined in national “Operation Cryptosweep” to suss out fraudulent cryptocurrency offerings

Colorado regulators’ pursuit of two out-of-state companies promoting their cryptocurrency offerings to residents this month was part of the national “Operation Cryptosweep” that resulted in 70 investigations … Continue reading

Nearly 500 Denver households received help with rent during a pilot city program that’s getting a $1 million extension

The city of Denver’s first foray into cutting checks on behalf of residents who face a rent hike, past-due utility bills or another housing crisis … Continue reading

“Critical” violation of animal welfare: Federal inspectors fault National Jewish Health for treatment of guinea pigs during smoking study

The study was supposed to expose guinea pigs to cigarette smoke a few hours a day, five days a week inside a specially designed “smoking … Continue reading

A disease that attacks the brains of deer, elk and moose has hit 16 percent of male animals tested in Colorado — and hunters need to be cautious

Photo courtesy of Colorado Parks and Wildlife A Colorado mule deer suffering from the effects of chronic wasting disease. About 16 percent of male deer … Continue reading

Colfax Half ends with surprise proposal for woman who thought fiancé was 1,500 miles away and more 2018 race snapshots

Christo Landry passed the first crucial test for a fiancé in an engagement Sunday, springing a perfect surprise for the bride-to-be when his sweetheart finished the … Continue reading

At Colorado WWII internment camp where 7,000 Japanese and Japanese-Americans were imprisoned, history is finally set free

GRANADA — If buildings could talk, the dusty storage structure that has rested for decades in a park beneath the town’s water tower might tell … Continue reading