Gov. Jared Polis signs four bills, including property tax relief, after lawmakers wrap up special session

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Four of the seven bills passed by lawmakers during an emergency session aimed at softening property tax increases and providing other forms of relief to residents were signed into law Monday evening by Gov. Jared Polis, just hours after the legislature adjourned. The measures approved […]

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Tattered Cover, leaner and with a lender, sounds optimistic at hearing

After shedding three stores and one-fourth of its employees, and securing $1.3 million in new financing, Tattered Cover is on track to emerge from bankruptcy before long. Testifying under oath at a bankruptcy hearing Friday afternoon, CEO Brad Dempsey said the bookstore chain, which filed […]

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Aurora HOA’s limits on solar installations “over the top,” residents say

Dick Cunningham and Walter Rozycki want to do what a lot of other Denver-area homeowners have done: put solar panels on their roofs. But the Aurora residents say their homeowner association board pulled the plug on their plans in defiance of state law. An attorney […]

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Why does billionaire Robert F. Smith’s family own a tiny craft brewery in Denver?

Coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic, Spangalang Brewery was struggling. A tiny beer maker located in the former DMV office in Five Points Plaza, Spangalang had opened in 2015 and become a favorite for locals, but not the kind of regional draw that drives huge […]

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Weld Food Bank hopes to collect 5,500 turkeys as more new people continue to turn to the food bank

Overseeing outreach programs that feed more than 25,000 people each year, John Ellis knows there’s a lot of need in the Greeley and Weld County area. “People can’t afford to go out and spend $100 on a turkey and all the fixings and that kind […]

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Top Workplaces 2024: Nomination deadline extended

The nomination deadline for The Denver Post’s Top Workplaces awards program has been extended to Dec. 15. So far, more than 300 Colorado companies have signed up to participate. Any organization with 50 or more employees in Colorado is eligible to participate (can be public, […]

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Google’s DeepMind builds AI for more accurate weather forecasts

By Seth Fiegerman, Bloomberg Google’s DeepMind has developed an artificial intelligence model that uses decades of historical weather conditions to produce accurate 10-day forecasts in less than a minute. GraphCast outperformed the gold-standard forecasting model from the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts on roughly […]

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US consumer inflation eased in October, driven lower by cheaper gas, cars and airfares

By CHRISTOPHER RUGABER (AP Economics Writer) WASHINGTON (AP) — Inflation in the United States slowed last month in a sign that the Federal Reserve’s interest rate hikes are continuing to cool the consumer price spikes that have bedeviled consumers for the past two years. Tuesday’s […]

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Oskar Blues Brewery founder taps into the pickleball game

Dale Katechis is no stranger to turning his hobbies into businesses. The founder of Oskar Blues Brewery — and namesake of Dale’s Pale Ale — was already a restaurateur when he decided in 2002 to turn one of his favorite pastimes, homebrewing, into part of […]

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Aspen hotel taps Death & Co. creators for new restaurant and rooftop bar

Venerable cocktail bar Death & Co. , which started in New York City before expanding to Los Angeles, Denver and Washington, D.C., has earned a reputation for its artfully crafted drinks that honor the history of bartending while infusing originality into recipes. And soon, local […]

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