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Denver Business Journal
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Denver, CO 80264 Directions
The CEO of a large Colorado medical device company is retiring and will be replaced by a current company executive. David Perez is retiring as president and chief executive officer of Lakewood-based Terumo BCT, the company announced Wednesday. Antoinette Gawin, executive vice president, will succeed him in both roles. She signs on as president Oct. 1 and as CEO April 1, 2019. Perez, who has served as CEO since May 1999, also plans to retire from his seat on the Terumo Corporation Board of Directors…
The expansion marks a turning point for San Francisco-based Opendoor as the startup takes its service into California for the first time, while seeking to fill more than 200 positions nationwide.
Three Colorado clinical health data organizations have partnered with the Denver-based blockchain health-care data company BurstIQ in a first-of-its-kind project funded by a state initiative, a news release said Wednesday. "This partnership is truly the first of its kind in Colorado," Frank Ricotta, the CEO of BurstIQ, said in a statement. "The ability for disparate data systems across the health-care ecosystem to interact and share data is critical. We applaud CORHIO, QHN, CCMCN and the state of…
194 workforce housing apartments will break ground late this year in RiNo.
The 40-year-old charter and plane management business is busy with a booming economy and a looming deadline for planes to have updated technology.
101 W Colfax Ave
Denver, CO 80202 Directions
FREDERICK -- Denver7 has been told by two law enforcement officials that the husband of the missing Frederick family has confessed to killing them and officials believe they know where the bodies are.
The dissolution of a public-private partnership is putting a planned Boulder Junction project at the former Pollard Motors site in jeopardy. Facing a tight deadline and uncertain funding, the city and its remaining partner are unsure if the deal can be pulled off in time to save 179 affordable homes and cost-limited retail space meant to boost local small businesses.
Colorado slipped a notch in the National League West and now sits 1½ games behind Arizona.
Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a pair of Aurora bank robbers.
The public conversation on a drilling plan filed by Extraction Oil & Gas, Inc., appeared to come to an end Tuesday evening after Broomfield City Council took public comments at a special council meeting. The plan now heads to the city manager's office for further consideration.
KCNC-TV 4 - CBS
1044 Lincoln St
Denver, CO 80203 Directions
Late Wednesday night, Frederick police say they detained the husband of a pregnant woman who disappeared with their two daughters on Monday.
Shanann Watts was with her family on the East Coast just last week. Now they’re looking to come to Colorado to help look for her and her two daughters.
As many as 200 homes were evacuated Wednesday afternoon because of a wildfire burning north of Kremmling.
A Girl Scout troop in Parker is celebrating after having earned one of the organizations top honors -- the Silver Award.
A few years ago Alfred Archuleta never dreamed he’d be where he is now.
KDVR-TV 31 - FOX
100 E Speer Blvd
Denver, CO 80203 Directions
WELD COUNTY, Colo. — A Weld County Sheriff’s deputy was shot in north Greeley late Wednesday night, according to reports. He was taken to North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley. It happened at North 23rd Avenue and C Street in Weld County just north of Greeley. Sources told FOX31 it appeared the deputy would be OK. The reports said deputies responded to a disturbance with weapons and when they arrived there were gunshots. Weld County 911 dispatch told FOX31 they […]
DENVER — There is no doubt wildfires continue to be a major problem for the country in terms of threats to people and structures. Not to minimalize that threat – the numbers, however, indicate a near normal wildfire season so far. Numbers tabulated by the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC) show 2018, year to date, has had the 4th most wildfires and 5th most acreage burned since 2008. So, basically hovering around the 10-year average. By the numbers, 2018 has […]
SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah firefighter who died battling the largest recorded blaze in California history will be given a procession as his body is flown back to Salt Lake City. Cal Fire officials escorted Matthew Burchett’s casket Wednesday afternoon to an airport in the northern California city of Ukiah. Burchett’s wife, brother and a family friend were in California to fly with him home to Salt Lake City. In Salt Lake City, firefighters from the two agencies Burchett […]
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – He might have done it for Instragram or YouTube fame, but now a man who crossed a barricade guarding a hippopotamus enclosure at the Los Angeles Zoo is looking at potential trespassing charges after he was filmed spanking one of the animals. Video shows the man climbing the fence outside the hippo enclosure at the LA Zoo and sneaking up on two hippos, named Rosie and Mara. The man’s approach is very cautious, and then when […]
HARTFORD, Conn. – The halls were filled at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center as family, friends, and state leaders took a stand for a New London father facing deportation. Julian Rodriguez has been in Connecticut since leaving Colombia in 2000. He has also helping his 14-year-old son, Santiago Rodriguez, fight the rare genetic disorder called Chronic Granulomatous Disease. Santiago, who will be an incoming sophomore in high school, has been on the upswing since undergoing a trial stem cell therapy at NIH […]