There are a fair share of conspiracy theories about Denver International Airport, from lizard people to the New World Order. This month, the airport is "embracing the unbelievable," with tours and exhibits.
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- The driver was killed and 15 students and 3 coaches from Legacy High in Broomfield were injured.Read more
- Transportation officials have withheld more than $800,000 from the company that operates the route.Read more
Denver's city council last week approved a proposal to begin negotiations with Spain-based Ferrovial Airports to remodel DIA's Jeppesen terminal.
You wanted to know. So we asked Colorado artist Patrick Marold to break down the cost of his public art sculpture "Shadow Array" at Denver International Airport.
The additions include Patrick Marold's enormous "Shadow Array" sculpture. It's DIA's most expensive commission ever.
- An airport spokesman said a plan is in the works that could move security lines to a different floor by 2019.Read more
Why is DIA so far from the city center? As the train to Denver's airport starts, we get answers from former Denver Mayor and U.S. Transportation Secretary Federico Peña. Then, a Grand Junction film crew traveled to Nepal to learn if widespread charges that the Nepalese government is failing to get aid to victims are true. Plus, meet the CU Denver grad who's responsible for how Game of Thrones sounds. And, a common scene inspires two teen boys to invent a drip-less ice cream cone.
Former Denver Mayor and U.S. Transportation Secretary, Federico Peña reflects on DIA's opening, and what the University of Colorado A Line means to the city.