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CU Boulder wins $20M to lead National Quantum Nanofab facility - Banner image: A researcher works in a clean room in CU Boulder's COSINC facility, which will support a new $20 million quantum facility on campus. (Credit: Jesse Morgan Petersen/College of Engineering) Researchers at CU Boulder
Board of Regents approves 2 sustainability initiatives - The University of Colorado Board of Regents has approved two projects that will support CU Boulder’s goals of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by 2030 and achieving carbon neutrality no later than 2050. The approval follows Gov. Jared Polis’s
More than 400 flights delayed at Denver International Airport for storms - A traffic management program for thunderstorms is delaying arriving flights at Denver International Airport by an average of 1 hour and 13 minutes, according to the
Rockies drop four-game series as losing ways against Dodgers continue - No, "I Love L.A." didn't blare out of the Coors Field speakers Thursday afternoon. But that didn't keep the Dodgers from feeling right at home. Per
Denver DA Candidates Discuss Their Experience, Visions for the Office - The debate between the two candidates comes a week before election day, when the new Denver DA will be decided. The post Denver
Denver rideshare driver charged with unlawful sexual contact, false imprisonment - Investigators believe the rideshare driver may have other
Israel’s pledge to guard an aid route into Gaza falls flat as lawlessness blocks distribution - The United Nations and international aid organizations say a breakdown in law and order has made the aid route
Greeley leaders break ground on apartment complex to house chronically homeless - Dennis Hoshiko on Thursday rededicated his family legacy to helping the chronically homeless
Tubing ban rescinded for North St. Vrain Creek and St. Vrain Creek - Boulder County Sheriff Curtis Johnson will rescind the tubing ban for North St. Vrain Creek and St. Vrain Creek at 5 p.m.
“Marijuana Mansion” era comes to close with $1M sale of Creswell Mansion - Denver’s “Marijuana Mansion” is back to just being the Creswell
2 Denver restaurant groups raise $166M for growth - One brand is expanding its pizzeria business and the other is buying Benihana and Ra Sushi
A Conversation with Colorado’s Latest James Beard Award Winners - 5280 spoke with Kelly and Erika Whitaker and Matt Vawter, who won Outstanding Restaurateur and Best Chef: Mountain, respectively, about the ups and downs of their careers, their takes on Colorado’s food scene, and advice for the next generation of
Campaigns and outside groups are pouring millions into Colorado’s congressional races ahead of the primary election - In the 3rd Congressional District, Democrat Adam Frisch is focused on one Republican, while in the 4th, Lauren Boebert is dipping deeply into her war
Unwind After Your Mountain Adventures at These 5 New Hotels - From Grand Junction to Pagosa Springs, Colorado’s newest accommodations put comfort first—and beer a close second. The post Unwind After Your Mountain Adventures at These 5 New Hotels appeared first on
Prosciutto - Since Whole Foods stopped and Cured was sold and the model changed, is there any place left in Boulder or near Boulder to get sliced to order prosciutto? submitted by /u/fyedgeworth [link]
Missing Aurora woman found dead in Weld County quarry - A 19-year-old Aurora woman was found dead in a Weld County quarry Wednesday night after she failed to return home from an event in
Douglas County High School teacher arrested for child sex assault - A 55-year-old Douglas County High School social studies teacher was arrested for sexual assault in a child by one in a position of trust on
Less than 10% of office stock in major metros considered ‘prime’ space - A new analysis by CBRE Group Inc. shared first with The Business Journals details how these coveted properties are performing relative to the broader office
Gold Lake Resort property for sale – $12.5M - submitted by /u/SimilarLee [link] [comments]
Broadway’s “Frozen” musical, which began in Denver, is a family-friendly delight | Theater review - The adaptation of the Disney movie likely minted dozens of new Broadway fans on Wednesday at the Buell
Longmont man accused of cutting his son’s forehead sentenced to two years probation - A Longmont man took a plea deal in March after he was accused of cutting his son's forehead with a
Antibiotics wreak havoc on the gut. Can we kill the bad bugs and spare the good ones? - The antibiotic, lolamicin, both successfully vanquished several drug-resistant pathogens in mice while sparing the animals'
Lao Wang Remains a Comforting Classic for Taiwanese Fare in Denver - "We've seen a lot of new places pop up, which are great, and which is really awesome for awareness and all that," says Danny Wang. "There's a dumpling renaissance here."…
Many young adults who began vaping as teens can’t shake the habit - New data on substance use among adults ages 18-24 suggests that many former teen vapers remain e-cigarette users. National vaping rates for young adults increased from 7.6% in 2018 to 11% in
A sizzling summer may be even more painful for migraine sufferers - Researchers discovered there was a 6% increase in headache occurrences for every 10 degrees the temperature
Low flying planes over Boulder - Three large low flying planes passed over Boulder around 1:27pm today. Does anyone know if this was a training flight? submitted by /u/Gabreality [link] [comments]
Colorado vies to be the next host of Sundance Film Festival - Local leaders say bringing the indie festival could result in millions worth of added tourism
The Lakers are hiring JJ Redick as their new head coach, an AP source says - JJ Redick is being hired as the head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, a person with knowledge of the decision tells The Associated Press. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the Lakers hadn’t yet publicly announced the decision to hire the
Meet the Venezuelan newlyweds marching in Denver Pride - Their life is a daily struggle for stability, but some Denverites have their
DEA agents seize 570,000 fake fentanyl pills in Colorado drug busts - Drug Enforcement Administration agents seized more than half a million fake fentanyl pills in one week in Colorado, the agency said in a news release
Marketing execs: Human touch still matters as AI gains steam - BOULDER — Artificial intelligence can generate new ideas, enhance companies’ understanding
2 years after Roe v. Wade reversal: Impacts and what’s to come - On June 24, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, ending 50 years of federal protection of abortion rights in the U.S. and opening the door for states to craft their own bans.   Since then, 14 states have banned abortion and
Zeppelin Station Coffee Shop Procession Hosting Latte Art Throwdown - Procession Coffee, which started as a cart before opening a stall in Zeppelin Station in November 2022 and winning the Best of Denver reader's choice pick for Best New Coffeehouse in 2023, is growing again — and it's
Where do I go to buy a 40oz in Boulder? - submitted by /u/Nihilist-Denialist [link] [comments]
Body found in Arkansas River wearing clothes matching missing teenager - Officials have not yet confirmed the body they found is of missing teenager Devlin Cambeul, but the coroner's office said the clothes on the body matched what witnesses said he was wearing when he went missing in the Arkansas
Looking to Join an EDM Cult? Head to the Denver Deathpact Concert - The world is filled with unexplainable forces. Undiscovered cryptids and alien phenomena are typically pushed to the corners of pop culture and mainstream media, but their allure cannot be denied…
Boulder places bid to host Sundance Film Festival - submitted by /u/LogPuzzleheaded7158 [link] [comments]
The GOP hopes to flip Colorado’s 8th Congressional District. But first they have to pick a challenger - Two Republicans with statehouse experience are vying to take on first-term Democrat Yadira
China has no favorite in Biden-Trump race, US intelligence finds - The conclusion suggests that officials in Beijing, like their counterparts in Washington, believe that ties between the world’s two largest economies will continue on their long-term downward
Donald Sutherland, the towering actor whose career spanned ‘M.A.S.H.’ to ‘Hunger Games,’ dies at 88 - The tall and gaunt Canadian actor with a grin that could be sweet or diabolical was known for offbeat characters like Hawkeye Pierce in Robert Altman’s “M.A.S.H.,” the hippie tank commander in “Kelly’s Heroes” and the stoned professor in “Animal
Threats of terrorism in the US are ‘more diverse and difficult to counter’ - Officials are increasingly worried about the deepening strands of left- and right-wing venom rooted in antiestablishment anger and amplified by social media that are testing the government's ability to track
Swing-state legislatures diverge on election-year gun measures - States continued to diverge on gun policy this year, with especially intense debate in the swing states that will decide November’s
The Baltimore Banner, turning two, celebrates a subscriber bump and a new education hub - The Baltimore Banner celebrated its second birthday this week with a “B” cake, balloons, and a pair of announcements. First up, the nonprofit newsroom shared it now has 49,000 paid subscribers. Of those, 47,000 are individual subscribers and 2,000 are
Body-worn camera footage shows Kilyn Lewis was unarmed when Aurora officer fatally shot him - Lewis died at the hospital two days after he was shot. The Aurora officer who shot him is on paid administrative leave as standard
Colorado’s inflation rate is falling faster than the U.S. average - A key inflation metric shows that growth in consumer prices in Colorado is cooling faster than the national average, state forecasters told lawmakers on Thursday. Louis Pino, an economist for the nonpartisan Legislative Council Staff, told members of the
Roots to Red Rocks: On the Rise music festival launches in a celebration of Boulder’s past, present and future music scene - "We know that a lot of the best days of the Boulder music scene are behind us, but we also know that many of them have yet to
Boulder Makerspace has Moved and Open Houses are Back! - Heyo, I'm a volunteer at the Solid State Depot, a 100% volunteer run 501(c) non-profit makerspace that has been operating in Boulder for over a decade. We recently moved to a new location at 5765 Arapahoe (next to the