I don't really get why it was acceptable/permissible for the police to enter the apartment forcibly. You allegedly stab a pole and then neglect to open the door, so they can kick it in?
Exactly, it seems odd that the police are releasing the partial plate, presumably to enlist the public's help in tracking down the van, when they (I would hope) have access to the DMV database.
Not too surprising, given the massive success papers like the New York Times have had with the digital subscription model. There's currently zero incentive to pay for the Camera, since all content appears to be available online for free. The challenge for the Camera will be demonstrating that it provides the value to justify the price. I hope they succeed.
Shouldn't they rename themselves KDCO, since they bailed on Boulder for cheaper digs in south Denver?
Sentiment within the comments section would seem to predict a different outcome at the polls. Did the commenters here bother to vote?
My favorite is "Try one on, just not in the store."
Yeah, but look at all the free publicity they just got ...
It's bad news for anyone currently commuting from Boulder (and of course Longmont ... I guess it's bad news for Longmont all around). I don't really get why a company can't show a little appreciation for the community in which it launched and grew so successfully, but instead the way things go is that you imply you're going to leave the state altogether if you don't get what you want. Good for Colorado for countering and tying incentives to actual jobs created.
"We never went into this intentionally to create a business," Rouse said. " ... The business sort of came as an afterthought."