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From the archive: When a 1968 crowd trashed Red Rocks over a canceled Aretha Franklin concert - Thu, 16 Aug 2018
About 200 audience members destroyed virtually everything they could get their hands on at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in 1968 after Aretha Franklin announced she would not be performing.
Masterpiece Cakeshop owner sues Hickenlooper, claiming religious persecution despite Supreme Court ruling - Wed, 15 Aug 2018
The owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop has sued Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and state civil rights officials claiming Colorado has renewed its religious persecution of him in defiance of a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision for refusing to create a cake commemorating gender transition.
Local sake brewers eager to take advantage as classification changes in Colorado - Wed, 08 Aug 2018
With more than 330 craft breweries operating in Colorado, home brewers have lots of examples to follow if they want to get their beer in front of the drinking public. As local sake brewers can attest, the path has been far cloudier for those trying to bring the traditional Japanese spirit to the masses.
Investigation into 1984 serial murders with hammer in Aurora and Lakewood reaches critical stage, police say - Tue, 07 Aug 2018
Authorities have reached a critical stage in the investigation of infamous rapes and murders a few days apart in 1984, including the home-invasion murders of three members of an Aurora family and the bludgeoning of a Lakewood grandmother, Lakewood police say.
Tiny home village for homeless thriving in Denver’s RiNo district - Fri, 27 Jul 2018
A year after it opening, supporters are touting the results of a University of Denver study of the village as a proof it is improving lives, both for its residents who were previously experiencing chronic homelessness and in the surrounding community.
Overburdened sewer system prompts Westminster City Council to ban new development for 12 months - Tue, 24 Jul 2018
A Westminster sewage collection network is so overtaxed and outdated, the City Council has enacted a year-long moratorium on new development that would feed into it.
Sneak peek: A photo tour of Denver’s 16th Street Mall Target ahead of Sunday’s grand opening - Wed, 18 Jul 2018
A few dozen people --city leaders, media members, VIPs and friends of the store's landlord -- got a sneak peek of the downtown Target Tuesday night. Here is a look at what's inside.
Coming Sunday: Target ready to open in downtown Denver’s 16th Street Mall - Tue, 17 Jul 2018
The 16th Street Mall store won't be just any Target. At 30,000 square feet, it's less than quarter the size of the retailer's average store. It will feature a curated collection of goods designed to appeal to downtown shoppers.
Shrouded justice: Thousands of Colorado court cases hidden from public view on judges’ orders - Thu, 12 Jul 2018
Thousands of court cases across Colorado — hundreds of them involving violent felonies — are hidden from public view, concealed behind judges' orders that can remain in effect for years, The Denver Post has found.
Thai soccer team cave rescue helped by Denver company’s 3D Earth mapping abilities - Wed, 11 Jul 2018
An Arapahoe County-based geo-tech firm, which has been in the business of 3D mapping the Earth for three decades, was contacted by rescuers on June 27, three days after the boys and their coach went missing. The company agreed to help free of charge.