Dec 2 7:39pm
Losing hope for justice in the fight for accountability. - Is ranked choice voting a good idea in Denver? - Coloradans like some pretty intense outdoor activities, but one adventurer combines them into something epic. - An extra cinematic good news Friday.
Nov 30 7:06pm
A 14-year-old student was hit in front of Fairview High School in Boulder. Police are looking for the driver of the car that left the scene.
Nov 30 6:54pm
The Respect for Marriage Act is considered a failsafe bill that would go into effect if the Supreme Court rescinds the right to same-sex marriage.
Nov 30 6:46pm
The 4-acre park runs directly over I-70. CDOT said it is the "crowning jewel" of the Central 70 Project, and looks to be the "final major milestone."
Nov 27 9:52pm
They said they can put out hundreds of flyers in hours. They search listings from lost pet owners and animal shelters. They started a Facebook group.
Nov 25 11:01am
A dive team pulled the young teenage boy out of a Douglas County lake on Tuesday, while three other children got out with help from neighbors.
Nov 24 5:40pm
Many visitors to the memorial specifically made the trip to Colorado Springs or made sure to visit while celebrating Thanksgiving with friends and family.
Nov 23 8:10am
Several years ago, Gary explored places high up in his segments "Over Colorado". His most memorable was when he went to the top of a tower crane.
Nov 22 9:29am
Last year tubing didn’t start in Frisco until December, but this year better weather will have the Frisco Adventure Park open for tubing by Thanksgiving.
Nov 15 7:54pm
The investigative report is complete, describing what is known about the light rail derailment at Sable Boulevard and Exposition Avenue, but no one can read it.
Nov 15 3:09pm
Capt. Morgan Taylor, 31, of Phillipsburg, New Jersey, was traveling on official duty from the Academy for advanced training when the crash happened Saturday.
Nov 14 7:31pm
Food insecurity can look like not having enough food, struggling for a short time or a long time, and running out of food for kids over the weekend.
Nov 11 4:05pm
An adult and juvenile were taken to an area hospital after being shot on Zion Street near Potomac Street, Aurora Police said
Nov 10 11:15pm
Parents begged the board to take more time for public input before closing the schools.
Nov 10 9:31pm
Mckean is the first legislator to lie in state since Lieutenant Govenor Joe Rogers in 2013. He passed away unexpectedly from a heart attack last month.
Nov 10 9:28pm
Hospitals across the metro area are sounding the alarm about RSV as emergency room departments become increasingly crowded with kids coming in for urgent care.
Nov 10 8:06am
Frank made 15 trips to Omaha Beach in a small craft during the D-Day invasion, ferrying soldiers and returning to his Navy Transport Ship with the wounded or dead.
Nov 8 4:52pm
The latest 2022 Colorado midterm election results for statewide races and ballot measures, and balance of power in the US Senate and US House.
Nov 8 4:18pm
Proposition GG would require a tax information table on petitions and ballots for any citizen-related measure that changes the individual income tax rate.
Nov 8 3:23pm
Democratic incumbent Jared Polis faces Republican challenger Heidi Ganahl in the Nov. 8 election to decide who will hold the office for the next four years.
Nov 5 10:57pm
CDPHE said since Oct. 1st, there have been 57 outbreaks at schools and childcare facilities. A few parents are sharing what symptoms their kids experienced.
Nov 3 5:20pm
The company called its financial situation "challenging" when it released its third-quarter financial and operating results last week.
Nov 2 12:15pm
Organizers cited numerous factors for the cancellation, including operational hurdles and "a lack of partnership with the Town of Nederland."
Nov 1 8:40pm
When these twins were brought into the world, their delivery nurses had the same names. Their parents wondered, what are the chances?
Nov 1 2:30pm
Denver Police Department said officers are investigating the shooting in the 1400 block of Verbena Street.
Oct 31 3:12pm
Deandre Lewis and Raeshaud Jackson died after a shooting in the 9800 block of East Girard Avenue early Sunday morning, Denver Police said.
Oct 27 12:31pm
A wildfire that destroyed nearly 1,100 homes in suburban Denver last winter caused more than $2 billion in losses, making it the costliest in Colorado history.
Oct 27 11:18am
Un accidente fatal ocurrió el jueves por la mañana en los carriles hacia el oeste de la I-70, dijo la Patrulla Estatal de Colorado.
Oct 27 8:52am
The 9Preps Game of the Week is back! Vote to determine which high school football game we showcase on Friday, Oct. 28.
Oct 26 6:12pm
Governor Jared Polis (D) talked with Kyle about health insurance, tax returns and whether he supports a COVID vaccine mandate ahead of the midterm elections.
Oct 24 9:26am
Los restos fueron encontrados en la propiedad de Thornton High School, pero según la policía no hay indicios de que la situación esté relacionada con la escuela.
Oct 19 9:11pm
Beginning Nov. 15, RTD will allow customers to travel with e-bikes on buses – adjusting its policy after researching other transit agencies.
Oct 19 1:01pm
David, Robert and Richard Schlitt were arrested on multiple counts related to suspected elk and bear poaching, Colorado Parks and Wildlife said.
Oct 14 1:59pm
While on probation, Kevin O’Brien was charged with internet sex exploitation of a child, which resulted in his probation being revoked.
Oct 12 5:54pm
A single-family residential customer in Denver using the same amount of water in 2023 would see an increase in their monthly bill by an average of $1 to $4.
Oct 10 7:47pm
We all see the political ads, but do they actually work? - Indigenous tribes in Colorado returned from 10-day prayer walk, campaigning to change the name of Mt. Evans. - Angel Flight West brings people to get the medical help they need - for free.
Sep 27 4:54pm
The 9Preps Game of the Week is back! Vote to determine which high school football game we showcase on Friday, Sept. 30.
Sep 23 11:06pm
Gerardo Diaz was last seen Friday morning in the area of West 42nd Avenue and North Shoshone Street in Denver.
Sep 23 8:19pm
EcoMadres is bringing moms together to support things like air quality monitoring in their communities, many of which are low income, black and brown neighborhoods.
Sep 23 8:18pm
At Rancho Durazno, seasonal workers are coming to the end of their visas, which means saying goodbye to summer and an emotional reunion with their families.
Sep 17 2:29pm
Police said it happened on South Ironton Street between East Tennessee Avenue and Kentucky Avenue on Saturday afternoon.
Sep 15 7:24am
A total of four people were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries due to the fire in Westminster.
Sep 14 4:47pm
The owner of H&M Relocation Services is charged with theft in Denver and has an open warrant in Weld County for similar incidents.
Jun 16 2:19pm
The United States would like a face-to-face meeting with Iran to discuss prisoner releases and it wants the U.N. Security Council to impose an indefinite arms embargo on the Islamic Republic, a senior U.S. diplomat said on Tuesday.
Jun 16 12:55pm
Turkey angrily accused France on Tuesday of exacerbating the crisis in Libya and violating U.N. and NATO decisions by supporting the forces of Khalifa Haftar against the internationally recognised Government of National Accord (GNA).
Slashdot Dec 2 4:20pm
Beerismydad shares a report from the Associated Press: Former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, who fled prosecution after revealing highly classified surveillance programs, has received a Russian passport and taken the citizenship oath, Russian news agencies quoted his lawyer as saying Friday. Lawyer Anatoly Kucherena was reported as saying that Snowden got the passport and took the oath on Thursday, about three months after Russian President Vladimir Putin granted him citizenship. The reports did not specify whether Snowden has renounced his U.S. citizenship. The United States revoked his passport in 2013, leading to Snowden being stranded in a Moscow airport for weeks after arriving from Hong Kong, aiming to reach Ecuador. Russia eventually granted him permanent residency. He married American Lindsay Mills in 2017 and the couple has two children. Further reading: Should the U.S. Pardon Edward Snowden?

Dec 1 12:21pm
Five years ago, a study describing a precipitous decline in sperm counts sparked extreme concerns that humanity was on the path to extinction. Now a new study shows that sperm counts have fallen further and the rate of decline is speeding up, raising fears of a looming global fertility crisis. From a report: The initial study, published in July 2017, revealed that sperm counts -- the number of sperm in a single ejaculate -- plummeted by more than 50 percent among men in North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand between 1973 and 2011. Since then, a team led by the same researchers has explored what has happened in the last 10 years. In a new meta-analysis, which appeared in the journal Human Reproduction Update, researchers analyzed studies of semen samples published between 2014 and 2019 and added this to their previous data. The newer studies have a more global perspective and involved semen samples from 14,233 men, including some from South and Central America, Africa, and Asia. The upshot: Not only has the decline in total sperm counts continued -- reaching a drop of 62 percent -- but the decline per year has doubled since 2000. The 2017 report also revealed that sperm concentration (the number of sperm per milliliter of semen) dropped by an average of 1.6 percent per year, totaling more than a 52 percent among men in these regions over the previous four decades.

Nov 28 5:45pm
The US government must drop its prosecution of the WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange because it is undermining press freedom, according to the media organizations that first helped him publish leaked diplomatic cables. The Guardian reports: Twelve years ago today, the Guardian, the New York Times, Le Monde, Der Spiegel, and El Pais collaborated to release excerpts from 250,000 documents obtained by Assange in the "Cablegate" leak. The material, leaked to WikiLeaks by the then American soldier Chelsea Manning, exposed the inner workings of US diplomacy around the world. The editors and publishers of the media organizations that first published those revelations have come together to publicly oppose plans to charge Assange under a law designed to prosecute first world war spies. "Publishing is not a crime," they said, saying the prosecution is a direct attack on media freedom.

Nov 28 7:05am
Say goodbye to the airline call center -- at least at Frontier Airlines. From a report: The budget carrier has completed its transition to online, mobile and text support, which enables it to ensure that customers get "the information they need as expeditiously and efficiently as possible," spokeswoman Jennifer de la Cruz told CNBC in an e-mailed statement. Passengers who call the customer service number Frontier lists on its website now get the message: "At Frontier, we offer the lowest fares in the industry by operating our airline as efficiently as possible. We want our customers to be able to operate efficiently as well, which is why we make it easy to find what you need at Flyfrontier.com or on our mobile app." Those who want to text with the carrier can get a link to do so sent to their phone. Most major carriers still offer customer service lines. But Frontier, which charges fees for everything from advanced seat assignments to carry-on luggage and snacks, is often looking for ways to cut expenses. During its investor day earlier this month, Frontier hinted that it would stop offering customer service by phone, a change that travel site Travel Noire reported earlier this week.

Nov 25 8:00pm
Within the European Union, airlines will be able to install the latest 5G technology on their aircraft, allowing passengers to use their smartphones and other connected devices just as they do on the ground. From a report: The European Commission has adapted the legislation on mobile communications to the most modern standards. As a result, 5G coverage can also be made available on aircraft. "The sky is no longer the limit when it comes to high-speed, high-capacity connections," said EU Commissioner for the Internal Market Thierry Breton. "5G will enable innovative services for people and growth opportunities for European companies." The 5G coverage will be made possible by installing a so-called "pico-cell" in the aircraft.

Nov 25 3:00pm
Google says "60% of the internet is duplicate." Gary Illyes from Google posted this slide at the Google Search Central Live in Singapore the other day.

Nov 24 11:00pm
The Brazilian Ministry of Justice ordered in September the suspension of iPhone sales in the country after concluding that Apple harms consumers by not offering the power adapter included with the device. Even after million-dollar fines, Apple still fails to comply with the requirement -- which has now led to the Federal District-based consumer protection regulator seizing iPhones from retail stores. From a report: As first reported by Tecnoblog, Procon-DF has seized "hundreds of iPhones in different retail stores in Brasilia," the capital of Brazil. In an action named "Operation Discharge," the regulator aims to force Apple to comply with local law that requires smartphones to be shipped with the charger included in the box. According to the report, the iPhones were seized at carrier stores and authorized Apple resellers. The regulator has ordered the banning of any iPhone model that lacks the charger included in the box. Although Apple stopped shipping the accessory for free with iPhone 12, the company also updated iPhone 11 with a new, more compact box without the charger. After the iPhones were seized, Apple Brazil requested the government to allow sales of the smartphone in the country until the final decision of the dispute. The company told Tecnoblog that it continues to sell iPhones in Brazil despite the operation.

Nov 23 5:45pm
Cinemas stocks got a boost Wednesday after a report said Amazon plans to spend $1 billion a year on theatrical film releases. CNBC reports: The tech company plans to make between 12 and 15 movies for movie theaters each year, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter. A smaller number of films will be produced in 2023 as Amazon builds up its output, the report said. Cinemark jumped 11% on the news, with IMAX up 7% and AMC up 5%.

Nov 23 1:01pm
Can a change in the weather trigger a landslide? Sometimes, yes, according to research. From a report: Most landslides are set in motion by an earthquake or torrential rain, but some have no obvious trigger. In 2009, scientists were stunned to discover that the stop-start Slumgullion landslide in the Rocky Mountains -- which has been inching down the hillside for 700 years -- is triggered by changes in atmospheric pressure. So is Slumgullion a rare exception? To find out, scientists fed weather and landslide data from Taiwan -- whose typhoons and steep hills create a perfect natural landslide laboratory -- into a landslide model. Their results, which are published in Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, demonstrate that when the eye of a storm passes over a hillside, the change in atmospheric pressure can provide the final push, but its ability to do this depends upon the weather over the preceding months.

Nov 23 11:42am
Shipments of integrated and discrete graphics processing units dropped to a 10-year low in the third quarter as PC OEMs reduced procurements of CPUs, and gamers lowered their purchases of existing graphics cards while waiting for next-generation products. From a report: In contrast, miners ceased to buy graphics boards due to changes that happened to Ethereum. In general, sales of standalone graphics cards for desktops hit a multi-year low. Usually, PC makers increase procurement of PC hardware components in the third quarter as they assemble computers to sell them in back-to-school and holiday seasons when sales are high. But as demand for PCs softened recently, manufacturers initiated inventory corrections and lowered their components buying to sell off what they already have. As a result, sales of integrated and discrete GPU dropped to 75.5 million units in Q3 2022, down 10.5% sequentially and 25.1% year-over-year, according to Jon Peddie Research. In addition, shipments of desktop GPUs fell by 15.43%, and notebook GPUs decreased by 30%, which is the most significant drop since the 2009 recession, JPR notes.

Nov 23 3:00am
Longtime Slashdot reader BenFenner writes: While Chromium recently abandoned the JPEG-XL format (to much discussion on the feature request), it seems the Pale Moon browser quietly became the first to release support for the much-awaited image format. For those unfamiliar with Pale Moon, it is a Goanna-based web browser available for Windows, Linux and Android, focusing on efficiency and ease of use. Pale Moon 31.4.0 also adds support for MacOS 13 "Ventura" and addresses a number of performance- and security-related issues. A full list of the changes/fixes are available in the release notes. Support for JPEG-XL was confirmed on GitHub.

Nov 20 11:34am
hardaker writes: I wrote up the results from studying graphs of CO2 measurement data during a trip I took from Sacramento, California to London to attend the IETF-115 conference. Since CO2 is considered to be a potential proxy for measuring exposure to airborne viruses, it provided me with a rough guess about how safe (or not) I was at various points of my travel. TL;DR: big conference rooms: good, busses: bad, everything else: in between. "Numbers alone do not effectively measure risk absolutely," the page concludes. "You must combine numbers with logic and common sense. Airlines with good filtering systems are likely ok. But do aim the fans at you with maximum air flow..." "Hallways and crowded coffee tables are where we need to worry the most. Unfortunately, the masking policy at IETF-115 was sort of backward: in the rooms the circulation was quite good, but in all my graphs you can see a spike as I wandered from one room to another, and this is where masking policies were more lax allowing participants to remove their masks."

Nov 19 3:00am
A new map of the universe displays for the first time the span of the entire known cosmos with pinpoint accuracy and sweeping beauty. Phys.Org reports: Created by Johns Hopkins University astronomers with data mined over two decades by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, the map allows the public to experience data previously only accessible to scientists. The interactive map, which depicts the actual position and real colors of 200,000 galaxies, is available online, where it can also be downloaded for free. The Sloan Digital Sky Survey is a pioneering effort to capture the night sky through a telescope based in New Mexico. Night after night for years, the telescope aimed at slightly different locations to capture this unusually broad perspective. The map, which [map creator Brice Manard] assembled with the help of former Johns Hopkins computer science student Nikita Shtarkman, visualizes a slice of the universe, or about 200,000 galaxies -- each dot on the map is a galaxy and each galaxy contains billions of stars and planets. The Milky Way is simply one of these dots, the one at the very bottom of the map. The expansion of the universe contributes to make this map even more colorful. The farther an object, the redder it appears. The top of the map reveals the first flash of radiation emitted soon after the Big Bang, 13.7 billion years ago. "In this map, we are just a speck at the very bottom, just one pixel. And when I say we, I mean our galaxy, the Milky Way which has billions of stars and planets," Manard says. "We are used to seeing astronomical pictures showing one galaxy here, one galaxy there or perhaps a group of galaxies. But what this map shows is a very, very different scale." For those interested, Johns Hopkins University published a video about the map on YouTube.

Nov 18 3:50pm
VMware today announced the launch of Fusion 13, the latest major update to the Fusion virtualization software. MacRumors reports: For those unfamiliar with Fusion, it is designed to allow Mac users to operate virtual machines to run non-macOS operating systems like Windows 11. Fusion 13 Pro and Fusion 13 Player are compatible with both Intel Macs and Apple silicon Macs equipped with M-series chips, offering native support. VMware has been testing Apple silicon support for several months now ahead of the launch of the latest version of Fusion. With Fusion 13, Intel and Apple silicon Mac users can access Windows 11 virtual machines. Intel Macs offer full support for Windows 11, while on Apple silicon, VMware says there is a first round of features for Windows 11 on Arm. Users who need to run traditional win32 and x64 apps can do so through built-in emulation. Fusion 13 also includes a TPM 2.0 virtual device that can be added to any VM, storing contents in an encrypted section of the virtual machine files and offering hardware-tpm functionality parity. To support this feature, Fusion 13 uses a fast encryption type that encrypts only the parts of the VM necessary to support the TPM device for performance and security. The software supports OpenGL 4.3 in Windows and Linux VMs on Intel and in Linux VMs on Apple silicon.

Nov 18 7:00am
Frederick Brooks, famed computer architect who discovered the bottomless software tar pit, designed OS/360 and debunked the concept of the Mythical Man-Month in his book, died Thursday. Industry tributes to him. Further reading: His interview with Grady Booch for Computer History Museum [PDF].

Nov 17 2:54pm
1Password has announced that passkey support will be available to its customers in "early 2023," allowing users to securely log in to apps and websites without a password. The Verge reports: Passkeys are a passwordless login technology developed by the FIDO Alliance, whose members include most of the Big Tech companies. The tech allows users to replace traditional passwords with their deviceâ(TM)s own authentication -- such as an iPhone with Face ID -- offering greater security and protection since thereâ(TM)s no password to steal or accidentally hand over via a phishing attack. 1Password claims its own variation, called Universal Sign On, will be superior to others by supporting multiple platforms and cross-platform syncing when it launches next year. By contrast, passkey support through companies like Apple is only built to seamlessly synchronize access on devices within the same ecosystem. A live demonstration of how passkeys will work is available for 1Password users using the latest version of its Chrome browser extension, alongside a video demo for those not using the service and a directory listing which websites, apps, and services are using passkeys for authentication. 1Password will bring full support for passkeys to its browser extension and desktop apps in early 2023, with mobile support to follow.

Nov 17 1:42pm
India will be adopting USB-C type as a common charging port for smart devices, with stakeholders reaching a consensus at a meeting of an inter-ministerial task force, consumer affairs secretary Rohit Kumar Singh said on Wednesday. From a report: The government held wide-ranging consultations to standardize charging ports for all compatible smart devices, but it is yet to reach a decision on chargers for low-cost feature phones. With universal chargers consumers will no longer need a different charger every time they purchase a new device. Besides, the move will also reduce massive amounts of e-waste. In 2021, India is estimated to have generated 5 million tonnes of e-waste , only behind China and the US, according to an ASSOCHAM-EY report, Electronic Waste Management in India.

Nov 17 12:00am
Dairy cows fed industrial hemp produced milk with detectable levels of the buzz-inducing molecular compound THC, according to a new study from Germany that could influence the potential uses of hemp as an ingredient in animal feed. The dairy cows also showed behavioral changes -- yawning and salivating a lot, moving a little unsteadily on their hoofs, standing in one place for a protracted period, and having a "somnolent appearance." The Washington Post reports: The peer-reviewed study, conducted on Holstein cows in Berlin and published Monday in the journal Nature Food, is one of the first major investigations of the use of industrial hemp as a potential supplement in animal feed. For now, such use is illegal under U.S. law, which does not allow THC in the food chain. But the new research comes as hemp, which has many industrial uses, continues to emerge from an agricultural exile that dates to the "reefer madness" hysteria of the 1930s. [...] The researchers at the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment found no behavioral change in cows given the entire hemp plant, which contained very low levels of THC. Only when fed solely the portions of the hemp plant with higher THC concentrations -- including the flowers and leaves -- did the behavioral effects appear, according to the study. Those effects included slower heart rate and respiration, "pronounced tongue play, increased yawning, salivation, nasal secretion formation," and reddening of a portion of the eyes, the report states. Some animals "displayed careful, occasionally unsteady gait, unusually long standing and abnormal posture." The animals also ate less and produced less milk, according to Robert Pieper, head of the department of food chain safety for the institute and co-author of the new paper. "That is a strong effect on animal health. Not a positive effect," he said. But he did not predict how it would play out in the policy world.

Nov 16 12:25pm