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Airlines Resist Denver Airport Redo; Young Adult Novel In Print After Millions Of Online Reads

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Denver International Airport never planned for long security lines that now exist on the main terminal. Those came about when new security measures were put into place after 9/11. Now, as part of a $1.8 billion renovation, the airport wants to reclaim the space. But, the airlines that would help foot the bill aren't on board yet. Then, when she was just 16, Pueblo’s Alison Jervis wrote a novel and posted it online. After more than 24 million reads, it's now in print. The book is about teen suicide and Death is a main character. Plus, the rock n' roll history made at Caribou Ranch.