Denver company picked for six community solar projects

Xcel selects projects aimed at attracting residential solar subscribers.


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RTD's 73-page plan to fix crossing-gate timing problems

The Regional Transportation District posted its plan online Monday detailing how it’s going to fix known issues with the A Line’s crossing gates. It was submitted to the Federal Railroad Administration one day before Saturday’s deadline and includes improvements for the A, B and G Line. In a news release, RTD said the plan aims to resolve the crossing gate issues within a year. One of the main issues is that some crossing gates stay down for too long. This comes after the FRA threatened…


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See where DIA ranks among most stressful airports during Christmas

Good news for travelers: Denver International Airport ranks toward the bottom of the pack among U.S. airports for the amount of stress travelers can expect this holiday season. DIA ranks No. 59 of the 75 largest U.S. airports when it comes to anticipated stress for air travelers this Christmas, according to a new report from online travel insurance company InsureMyTrip.com. The report is designed to empower travelers to make more informed decisions when it comes to holiday travel.  Rankings were…


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Executive Voice: Adam Agron reflects on his time as managing partner at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck

He has been managing partner for the last six years.


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Inside the Denver-area company that's changing the way cannabis is grown

It expanded its executive team in recent months and plans to go public.


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'There's no gentrification': Denver City Council approves rezoning for redevelopment of Elitch Gardens site

In a 12-0 vote, Denver City Council members expressed excitement and support for the River Mile development project.


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Office building in Union Station neighborhood sells for $222 million

The 300,000-square-foot property was completed in 2015.


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MillerCoors new flavored beverage Cape Line launching with three flavors

MillerCoors' newest above-premium beverage will be available in three flavors when it launches April 1. Chicago-based MillerCoors, the U.S. division of Denver-based Molson Coors Brewing Co. (NYSE: TAP), announced in August that it would launch Cape Line, a new brand of sparkling cocktails, in spring 2019. Cape Line will feature three flavors when it launches: blackberry mojito, margarita and hard strawberry lemonade. Cape Line is MillerCoors' latest attempt to grow in the above-premium beverage…


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Launch of new GPS satellite marks milestone in Colorado aerospace

The launch debuts satellite and software built by Lockheed Martin Space, Raytheon Co.


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Colorado banking software company acquired for $245 million

The deal is expected to grow Broomfield-based firm and put more emphasis on research and development.


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