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From traditional bungalows to an industrial loft, this week's collection of hot homes is packed with character.
Why we love it: An open layout 12.5-foot ceilings, exposed brick walls and concrete columns give this LoDo loft an industrial feel.
As if finding your way around Denver International Airport wasn't complicated enough, even more twists and turns are now required to get where you're going.
What's happening: Through October, airline check-in counters previously located at the far northwest and northeast ends of the Jeppesen Terminal will be moved to the south end of Level 6, on either the east or west sides.
- Pro tip: Bring your own chairs and blankets.
A major election prognosticator is souring on Democratic fortunes in Colorado's U.S. Senate race.
Driving the news: The Cook Political Report moved the contest to "leans Democratic" — a downgrade for incumbent Michael Bennet.
The Colorado Department of Public Health published an online dashboard Thursday to track rising monkeypox cases — and corresponding demographic data — across the state.
Why it matters: Thousands of vulnerable Coloradans are waitlisted for the vaccine, and the new tool could help local health leaders ensure the limited doses go to the people and communities that need them most.
Driving the news: The grand jury will review facts and evidence to determine whether the officers involved should face criminal charges. "Utilizing grand juries has become a stronger way to go," national police procedures expert Timothy Dimoff says.
The three Denver police officers involved in last month's downtown shooting that left six bystanders injured have all worked for the agency for three years or fewer, Axios Denver has learned.
What's new: Officers Meagan Lieberson, Brandon Ramos and Kenneth Rowland joined the force in 2019, and had never previously fired their weapons in the line of duty, Denver's safety department spokesperson Andrea Webber tells us.
Colorado is home to over a hundred of the country's fastest-growing companies, according to the latest Inc. 5000 lineup.
Driving the news: 146 local companies — mostly in the Denver metro — made this year's prestigious list, which ranks businesses based on revenue growth over a three-year period, from 2018 to 2021.