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Photos: Ten more Best of Denver categories that are tough to win twice -- and the current champs

8 years ago by Michael Roberts
Last month, in anticipation of our Best of Denver 2014 issue, coming March 27, we posted about the ten toughest Best of Denver categories to win twice. But that list just scratched the surface when it comes to our annual celebration of the Mile High City. Below, check out ten...

When a Colorado Police Officer Is Most Likely to Be Assaulted

4 years ago by Michael Roberts
All too often these days, we hear about police violence against suspects, as in the 2015 fatal officer-involved shooting of seventeen-year-old Jessie Hernandez, which recently led to a City of Denver settlement of just under $1 million. But there are plenty of times when cops are the victims of violence from individuals they encounter, as is made clear by some startling statistics assembled by the Colorado Springs Police Department. According to FBI data detailed in a series of graphics on view below, more than 1,000 Colorado police officers have been assaulted annually in recent years, with most of those attacks taking place late at night or early in the morning.

The Corner Office Puts Fun Back Into the Hotel Brunch

2 years ago by Bridget Wood
Hotel brunches don't need to be boring, as the Corner Office proves at the Curtis Hotel downtown.

If you're looking to build an office building, read this blog

13 years ago by Melanie Asmar
What's that? You want to build an $8.3 million, 51,000-square-foot office building somewhere along the Front Range? And you're wondering about building permit fees and estimated plan approval times in various cities and counties? Why, it's your lucky day! Colorado State University has released the obviously-titled "Colorado Front Range Comparative...

Ned Calonge on leaving as CO's chief medical officer & the "distraction" of medical marijuana

11 years ago by Michael Roberts
Dr. Ned Calonge, the Chief Medical Officer of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, is leaving his post in November to serve as president of The Colorado Trust. Below, Calonge talks in detail about the decision to rejoin the private sector, his goals at the Trust, and his...

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