Each of the five parties vying for for control of Memorial Health System, including Memorial itself, gave their pitch to the public at a special e-town hall meeting held at City Hall Wednesday.
Memorial is offering $5 million in cash plus a profit sharing agreement rather than a lease.... more »
DENVER (AP) - The Bureau of Land Management has proposed putting Northwest Colorado up for bid at a quarterly oil and gas lease sale Feb. 9. The 5,285 acres are on seven parcels in Routt and Moffat counties. People can comment on the proposal through Sept. 19. The next BLM... more »
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - Companies hoping to compete for a piece of California's $45 billion high-speed rail project would have to disclose whether they transported Holocaust victims or POWs to Nazi camps during World War II. The state Senate on Thursday voted 31-1 to send AB619 to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's... more »
There's been a lot of talk about Denver vying to host the 2022 Winter Olympics. Vancouver is suffering a $1 Billion hangover after hosting the 2010 games last month.
Should Denver go for the gold? We'll get some expert opinions to weigh in on what it takes to become... more »
Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter is again floating the idea of bringing the Winter Olympics to his state. Ritter said Friday he's disappointed the 2016 Summer Games won't be in Chicago but said Colorado is still "extremely" interested in hosting a future Olympics. A year ago, Ritter said that if Chicago... more »
The International Olympic Committee has selected Rio de Janiero to host the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Chicago was eliminated in the first ballot of voting for the 2016 Olympics on Friday, a stunning defeat for the city that was expected to be one of the two finalists. Not even the... more »
Chicago's delegation for the vote to award the 2016 Olympics will have a decidedly golden hue. Fourteen Olympic gold medalists, including Michael Johnson, Nastia Liukin and Nadia Comaneci, are among the 26 Olympians and Paralympians traveling to Denmark next week in support of Chicago's bid. Chicago is locked in a... more »