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A newcomer to the U.S. Senate race in Colorado is starting his campaign on the attack against Sen. Michael Bennet (D).
The big picture: Republican Joe O'Dea, a first-time candidate and Denver businessman, is launching a statewide advertising blitz Friday that includes a 30-second TV spot.
After more than three years of construction, not to mention last year's pandemic delays, the Denver Art Museum's $175 million renovation is, at last, complete.
What's next: Doors open to the public with a free admission day Oct. 24.
The Denver metro housing market saw an inventory spike last month, with a 10.86% jump compared with August, per the latest Denver Metro Real Estate Market Trends Report.
Between the lines: Now could be a perfect time to pluck your dream home off the market.
A far-right activist who hosted a podcast went public with a fantastical claim just weeks ahead of the 2020 election.
Driving the news: Colorado’s Joe Oltmann says he listened to a phone call hosted by left-wing "antifa" activists in September 2020.
Colorado topped 8,000 deaths linked to COVID-19, and hospitalizations are at their highest point this year as a fifth wave goes unabated.
By the numbers: Colorado stands out nationwide as one of only nine states experiencing increasing rates through Oct. 12.
The pockets of Colorado's billionaires deepened during the pandemic — with some more than doubling in size.
Driving the news: Seven Coloradans made the latest Forbes 400 list of wealthiest Americans, and each has more money than ever before.
From fall festivals and football to art shows, marathons and more, this weekend in Denver has a little bit for everyone.
What's going on: Watch a Halloween-themed movie on Friday in Greenwood Village’s Marjorie Park, where you can snack on carnival treats, sip hot chocolate and play yard games. Upgraded seats and wine packages are also available.
A Denver landmark dating back to the late 19th century is hitting the market today.
Driving the news: The Queen Anne Bed and Breakfast on Tremont Place downtown is listed at $4 million, according to LIV Sotheby's International Realty, the broker.