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Arizona-based pizza chain Oregano’s coming to former Beau Jo’s site in Boulder - Mon, 20 May 2019
An Arizona-based pizza chain will open a restaurant at the former location of Beau Jo’s Pizza at 2690 Baseline Road.

Tom’s Diner “potentially historic”: Denver gives community three weeks to save East Colfax building from demolition - Mon, 20 May 2019
The decision only buys community members who are interested in preserving the 52-year-old restaurant more time to save it.

Drones being used across the country to inspect bridges, help predict avalanches - Mon, 20 May 2019
Study shows a sharp increase in the use of drones over the last few years, reflecting the rapid adoption of the technology by governments as well as hobbyists.

Colorado agriculture gets some good news on tariffs; but trade winds still stormy for farmers, other businesses - Mon, 20 May 2019
In the midst of the U.S.-China tariff battles, there's good news from the trade front for farmers and ranchers in Colorado and across the country. Japan is lifting longstanding restrictions on the import of U.S. beef and President Donald Trump is lifting tariffs on aluminum and steel from Mexico and Canada.

Parents can’t delete what kids tell Amazon voice assistant - Sun, 19 May 2019
Amazon met with skepticism from some privacy advocates and members of Congress last year when it introduced its first kid-oriented voice assistant, along with brightly colored models of its Echo Dot speaker designed for children.

“My heart broke”: Some people develop an emotional response with their robots - Sun, 19 May 2019
When a robot “dies,” does it make you sad? For lots of people, the answer is “yes” -- and that tells us something important, and potentially worrisome, about our emotional responses to the social machines that are starting to move into our lives.

“Transformative,” “substantial,” “turducken”? Colorado lawmakers approve a bevy of energy bills in 2019 session - Sun, 19 May 2019
The 2019 Colorado General Assembly approved more than a dozen energy-related bills that address issues ranging from climate change, renewable energy, electric vehicles, community solar gardens to energy-efficient appliances and homes.

Improving Investor Behavior: The positive mindset of investors - Sun, 19 May 2019
Pessimism is poison for investors. Following national headlines would have you believe we are moments away from catastrophe, teetering on the edge of sheer doom. It’s an easy narrative in which to engage, especially when we hear it every minute of every day. The problem is that repetition often convinces people, and once convinced, people tend to ignore logic. That is poisonous for investors.

5G is coming to Denver, and it’s not just for smartphones: It could mean super-fast internet at home, too - Sun, 19 May 2019
Starry, a Boston technology company, launched a 5G broadband service in Denver late last month, one it promises will bring faster, more reliable and more affordable broadband services to thousands of consumers living in apartments and condos.

New commission to kick off new era in Colorado oil-gas regulation - Sat, 18 May 2019
A newly appointed Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission will take the helm Tuesday in the first meeting since a new law overhauling the state oil and gas regulations took effect.