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College hoops is finally back.
To celebrate, we made a shortlist of the most intriguing men's basketball games in Colorado this season.
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet won't give up. And the Colorado Democrat's frustration with his own party's inaction on a major progressive policy is apparent.
Driving the news: Fresh from a 15-point victory in the November midterm, Bennet is doubling down on his push to expand the child tax credit and even talking about a second presidential run.
The suspect in the Club Q shooting had vowed to become "the next mass killer" in June 2021, AP reports, citing sealed court documents, but the charges stemming from a standoff were dropped, and there is no record of guns being seized at the time.
Driving the news: Anderson Lee Aldrich had allegedly stockpiled weapons, ammo, body armor and a homemade bomb at a family member's house. If a police SWAT team came inside the home, it would blow "to holy hell" Aldrich told relatives, documents show.
Denver is dazzling this time of year, with holiday lights twinkling across the city and suburbs.
Here are 10 can't-miss displays to see the sparkles this season:
The suspected gunman in the deadly Colorado Springs LGBTQ nightclub shooting that killed five people last month has been formally charged with 305 counts, including first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, assault and bias-motivated crimes.
Driving the news: Anderson Lee Aldrich, the suspect in the Club Q shooting, appeared in person at a court hearing Tuesday in El Paso County District Court, where prosecutors filed the charges.
The city of Denver has finally set its vision for the Park Hill Golf Course.
Driving the news: The Denver City Council on Monday approved the Park Hill Golf Course Small Area Plan, determining a strategy for a piece of land that's long been the focus of fierce debate over its potential development.
After sheltering people experiencing homelessness in hotels at the height of the pandemic, Denver wants to build on the idea to provide more permanent housing options.
Driving the news: The city will use $20 million from $154 million in American Rescue Plan Act money approved by the Denver City Council last week to buy hotels for housing and sheltering purposes.
Colorado voters approved a ballot measure to provide students with free meals, but the state's largest school district may not offer them.
Driving the news: Denver is undecided on whether to participate in the program created by the passage of Proposition FF, which makes free meals available to all students regardless of financial need.