Union Station in downtown Denver is undergoing a $50 million conversion into a hotel, retail and transportation hub. [Photo: CPR/BMarkus]
James Holmes listens to the judge at his first court appearance after the July 20, 2012 attack. [File Photo: RJ Sangosti]
The ideas behind Amendment 66 have been publicly debated for nearly three years, but many Coloradans know nothing about it. CPR asked a dozen people on the streets if they’d heard of it, and few had. It's not surprising, since the bill that led to the measure is about 180 pages long.
Looking out at the Cresson mine expansion, between Victor and Cripple Creek. At peak construction the mine will employ more than 1,000 people. [CPR/BMarkus]
FEMA announced Friday afternoon it would extend a program that pays for Colorado flood victims to stay in hotels around the area.
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