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Sensor Malfunction For Concourse Trains = Holiday Travel Nightmare At DIA

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Denver’s City Park Weather Station To Close After 8 Years

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Denver’s City Park Weather Station To Close After 8 Years


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DIA wants to replace Adele Arakawa's voice on the train

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Former DIA Worker Guilty In Bag Theft Case

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Record October Heat Hits Denver Before 60 Degree Drop

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Yoga studio to open at DIA this fall

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Sensor Malfunction For Concourse Trains = Holiday Travel Nightmare At DIA
People will have some terrible travel stories to tell at the dinner table this Thanksgiving. The concourse trains that run underground malfunctioned at Denver International Airport two different times Wednesday morning. A sensor fault meant the trains couldn’t operate on certain sections of the track. Airport officials said it was the first time a malfunction like this has happened, and it just happened to be on one of year’s busiest travel days   Read More ...
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The Latest: Thanksgiving travel going smoother in Colorado
DENVER (AP) — The Latest on Thanksgiving travel in Colorado (all times local): Thanksgiving travel in Colorado is going smoother after problems on highways in the Denver area and at the airport. A serious crash Wednesday morning shut down a portion of Interstate 270 leading to Interstate 70, the route to Denver International Airport. Some people headed to Denver's airport by train had to take a bus for part of the trip because of an incident at one of the stations before full service was resumed   Read More ...
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DIA To Open Free Holiday Entertainment
Got a long layover through Denver? Time to kill before your flight? Waiting for family to come in for the holidays? Lace up your skates and hit the ice at Denver International Airport. The DEN ice skating rink is back by popular demand for a second year, according to a press release from the airport. It will be open from 9:00 a   Read More ...
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Dan Rather loves himself some Denver Intl. Airport
DENVER - Travelgeddon 2017 is almost upon us. Most people dread flying at this time of year, and then there's Dan Rather, who's happy, as long as he's flying through Denver. Rather visited here on Monday night to talk about his new book, What Unites Us: Reflections on Patriotism, at Trinity United Methodist Church. Upon landing at Denver International Airport, Rather couldn't help but show some love for DIA   Read More ...
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Aurora Highlands drills into complication
AURORA | A spat over drilling near new homes in Colorado — an issue getting more attention following the fatal explosion of a northern Colorado home earlier this year — could put the brakes on a massive development in northeast Aurora. If constructed, The Aurora Highlands would span 2,900 acres southeast of Denver International Airport near Interstate 70 and the E470 toll road   Read More ...
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November Could End With No Measurable Snow In Denver
With only 10 days to go, and most of those looking like it will be warmer-than-normal, it’s possible that Denver will end November with no measurable snow. Only a trace of snow has been recorded at Denver International Airport so far this month. The last time Denver went the entire month of November without measurable snow was in 2014. There have been eight other times since Denver’s snow record began in 1882 that no measurable snow was recorded during the month of November   Read More ...
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Denver’s City Park Weather Station To Close After 8 Years
Denver will lose an important climate monitoring site at the end of November. The weather station located in City Park will be taken out of service because of construction on the golf course. It was dedicated on Nov. 11, 2009. This is a significant loss to the local climate record because it served as a supplement to Denver’s official weather station, which is maintained at Denver International Airport, over 20 miles away from the main population center   Read More ...
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Hyperloop-Inspired Test Track To Be Built Along E-470
The test track for a new form of high-speed transportation will be built near Denver International Airport. The Colorado Department of Transportation is teaming up with a Los-Angeles based company called Arrivo to build a test track for a system inspired by the Hyperloop project. The $24 billion dollar project will function like an enclosed, electromagnetic superhighway that can carry cars up to 200 mph   Read More ...
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DIA wants to replace Adele Arakawa's voice on the train
Of course, there’s another part of her legacy, and that, of course, is being the (somewhat) bossy voice you hear on the train at Denver International Airport warning you that the doors are closing. But, now that Adele has retired, DIA is hoping that someone else can say “YOU are delaying the departure of this train” – and they’re hosting an open competition … that is, if you’re already a local celebrity   Read More ...
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Contracts Approved To Add 39 New Gates At DIA
Plans are moving forward to add nearly 40 new gates to Denver International Airport. The Denver City Council approved a set of contracts that will start the $1.5 billion project. The gates are expected to be completed in 2021. “Denver is growing exponentially and so is air service, so it’s time for Denver International Airport to grow as well,” said Heath Montgomery with DIA   Read More ...
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City Council To Approve DIA Expansion Contracts
Denver city councilors are scheduled to approve contracts related to the expansion of Denver International Airport at Monday night’s meeting. The airport wants to add 39 extra gates to all three concourses. The total cost for the project would be nearly $1.5 billion. They’ll be paid for through bonds, which are generally paid back by the airlines. The plan is to have them ready for use by 2021   Read More ...
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Next Question: Why are there so many birds at the Denver International Airport?
NEXT WITH KYLE CLARK - Our Next Question comes from Ed. " What's with the flock of birds at DIA? We grabbed a quick bite in the Great Hall and were joined by 6 sparrows. Are these the progeny of birds from the 1995 construction or newbies?" Denver International Airport said the birds get in through jet bridges and cargo area all the time   Read More ...
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Former DIA Worker Guilty In Bag Theft Case
A former worker at Denver International Airport pleaded guilty this morning in connection with charges he looted passengers’ bags and stole guns out of their luggage. Court records show Melvin Deandre Lewis, 24, pleaded guilty Monday morning to a misdemeanor theft charge and a felony charge of violating the pawnbrokers act. A felony theft count was dropped as part of the agreement   Read More ...
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Frontier heading to 3 new destinations out of Denver
DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Frontier Airlines is launching flights from Denver to three new destinations in the western United States this month, part of its year-long push that will double the number of non-stop routes the locally headquartered company will fly nationwide. The airline will begin service out of Denver International Airport to Oklahoma City, Palm Springs and Reno by Nov   Read More ...
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DIA Goes Prehistoric To Celebrate Halloween
The Denver International Airport got into the Halloween spirit on Tuesday morning. The airport posted a video on social media showing a group of employees dressed up as dinosaurs. The group started in a cramp elevator and then wandered around the airport. They even onto the tarmac and “helped” unload passenger’s luggage and waived at passengers in the terminal. Some asked about a small detail in the opening scene   Read More ...
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Denver airport expansion gets bigger; 39 gates to be added
DENVER (AP) — Denver International Airport officials have increased the number of gates they plan to add in an upcoming expansion, saying they're needed to handle a growing number of airlines and routes. Airport officials had planned to add 26 gates but now look to build 39 by 2021. The project will cost up to $1.5 billion, The Denver Post reports   Read More ...
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Denver airport boosts plan to expand number of gates
DENVER (AP) — Denver International Airport officials have increased the number of gates they plan to add in an upcoming expansion, saying they're needed to handle a growing number of airlines and routes. Airport officials had planned to add 26 gates but now look to build 39 by 2021. The project will cost up to $1.5 billion, The Denver Post reports   Read More ...
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Denver’s Temp Drops 71 Degrees In Under 40 Hours
For many it sounds impossible, but for those who live in Denver, it’s just life at a mile above sea level. Big temperature swings are very common as warm and cold air masses battle it out over the central Rockies. After a record high of 84°F Wednesday afternoon the temperature at Denver International Airport fell to 13°F just before 6 a   Read More ...
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‘Yoga On The Fly’ Coming To DIA In Time For Holidays
Going to Denver International Airport doesn’t mean you have to miss your workout. Travelers will soon be able to unwind with yoga at D.I.A. Airport officials hope to open “Yoga On The Fly” on November 6. The company offers private rooms complete with a yoga mat and instructional videos. Right now, the company’s website says studios will be in Terminal A   Read More ...
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We just had a record high, but this is Colorado so it's going to snow Thursday
DENVER - Sunshine and westerly winds pushed temperatures into the lower 80s Wednesday afternoon -- in fact, the 82 degrees recorded at Denver International Airport is officially a record high! Windy conditions overnight into Thursday will keep temperatures mild through the morning commute. A cold front moving in after the morning commute Thursday will bring cooler air and light snow for Thursday afternoon and evening   Read More ...
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Denver sees record heat before snow in October
DENVER -- Residents in parts of Colorado are in for a shock in terms of weather conditions. The National Weather Service reports the temperature at Denver International Airport hit a record 82 degrees Wednesday afternoon, topping the previous record of 80 set back in 2007. However, CBS Denver reports a strong cold front is expected to move through the area on Thursday morning, which could bring a chance for some light snow or rain, along with a huge drop in temperature   Read More ...
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Record October Heat Hits Denver Before 60 Degree Drop
The 1 p.m. temperature at Denver International Airport was 80 degrees on Wednesday. That ties the record high for Oct. 25 which was set in 2007. With a few more hours of peak heating it could go higher. A strong cold front is expected to move through the Mile High City on Thursday morning bringing a chance for some light rain or snow along with a huge drop in temperatures   Read More ...
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Oct. 24, 1997: Epic October snowstorm dumps 2 feet of snow on Denver
KUSA - If you’ve lived in Colorado for a while, Oct. 24, 1997 is a day you most definitely remember. A storm walloped the Front Range, dumping two feet of snow on the Denver metro area and closing Interstate 25 from New Mexico to Wyoming. Even crazier? Four feet fell on Coal Creek Canyon. It left many people stranded on the roads and at Denver International Airport -- in fact, 100 cars were also abandoned along Pena Boulevard after getting stuck in the snow   Read More ...
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Yoga studio to open at DIA this fall
DENVER - A Yoga company set to open at Denver International Airport next month aims to take some of the stress out of traveling. Yoga on the Fly will open its doors at DIA on November 6 before expanding to other cities. Their setup will be located in Terminal A, and include private mini-studios equipped with yoga mats, wireless headsets and iPads for playing instructional videos   Read More ...
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DIA Runway Chief Gets Ready For Snowy Months: 'There's No Dilly-Dallying'
DENVER (CBS) – In the midst of near record heat Friday, the man in charge of clearing off runways at Denver International Airport showed off his gear. Ron Charles is the director of field maintenance for DIA. That means he’s behind the plan to get snow off runways and keep planes moving. “Long and short, the plan is to ensure we get in and on a runway, clear it and be off that runway within 15 minutes,” he explained   Read More ...
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Denver Manager Of Safety Expands Job Search
Denver’s Public Safety Department may need new leadership soon as the current Manager of Safety, Stephanie O’Malley, has expanded her job hunt and recently inquired about a new job at Denver International Airport, according to two sources familiar with the situation. In mid-August, CBS4 reported that O’Malley applied to become a Denver County Court Judge, but did not make the final cut   Read More ...
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For your inquiring guests: If approved, this pot shop could be closest to DIA
DENVER - When you land in the Mile High City at Denver International Airport, how far is too far to get what you need to get high? Apparently, 12.5 miles and 20 minutes is too far. Native Roots, which runs a medical marijuana store at 70th Avenue and Tower Road, has submitted a request to add recreational marijuana to that location, just 6   Read More ...
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Luxury DIA shuttle begins trips from Fort Collins
FORT COLLINS COLORADOAN - A new daily shuttle from Northern Colorado to Denver International Airport is gaining speed. RedLion Coach began offering hourly shuttles to the airport in July and offers what it calls luxury Mercedes Coach shuttles and minivans. The shuttles, which have leather captain chairs, snacks, WiFi and USB ports, run every hour from 3 a.m. to 11 p   Read More ...
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Stories of Bigfoot, UFOs and more at Mile High Mystery Conference
NEXT WITH KYLE CLARK - Hundreds of people will gather in Denver this weekend to talk about the unusual and the unexplainable. Colorado's first ever Mile High Mystery Conference started on Friday morning at Crowne Plaza Hotel near Denver International Airport. Experts will present their research on Bigfoot, missing people, UFOs, and cattle mutilations. Here are some of the stories told by speakers of the Mile High Mystery conference: Sasquatch's footprint   Read More ...
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This conference deals with Bigfoot, UFOs, missing people and cattle mutilations
NEXT WITH KYLE CLARK - Hundreds of people will gather for the next few days to talk about the unusual and the unexplainable. Colorado's first ever Mile High Mystery Conference started on Friday morning at Crowne Plaza Hotel near Denver International Airport. Experts on topics like Bigfoot, missing people, UFO's, and animal mutilations will present their research. "You don’t really care whether other people are convinced or not   Read More ...
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Solar Decathlon competition brings cutting-edge home designs to Denver
DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - An international design contest for solar-powered homes — one that’s also known for incorporating the next hot thing in residential home construction — is setting up camp near Denver International Airport. It’s the 2017 Solar Decathlon, an international contest by 11 teams of college students on the design and construction of solar-powered houses. The competition, which aims for homes designed to be “affordable, innovative and highly energy-efficient,” is sponsored by the U   Read More ...
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RTD wants permanent federal OK to run A and B line trains
DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - The Regional Transportation District’s long struggle with the timing of the crossing gates on its new commuter rail lines may be coming to a close. RTD has asked federal railroad officials to end the series of temporary, 90-day waivers for the software that controls the timing of the crossing gates on the University of Colorado A Line to Denver International Airport and the B Line to Westminster   Read More ...
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Frontier Airlines fined $1.5 million over long tarmac waits at DIA
DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Federal transportation authorities have fined Frontier Airlines $1.5 million for lengthy tarmac delays at Denver International Airport during a snowstorm last December that stranded passengers aboard its planes for more than three hours. The U.S. Department of Transportation announced the fine against the Denver-based airline today. According to the agency, “on December 16-18, 2016, Frontier allowed 12 domestic flights at Denver International Airport to remain on the tarmac for more than three hours without providing passengers an opportunity to deplane   Read More ...
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RTD floats idea that it could run the yet-to-start rail service to Thornton itself
KUSA - Regional Transportation District is throwing out the idea of running the newest commuter rail line itself. At an RTD board committee meeting Tuesday night, RTD tossed around the idea of running the N Line (North Metro) to Thornton instead of contracting with Denver Transit Partners. DTP currently operates the A Line to Denver International Airport and the B Line to Westminster   Read More ...
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Airline flying from DIA to Nebraska, Kansas will stop Denver service
DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - An Alaska-based airline that announced it was filing for bankruptcy protection last month will stop flying out of Denver International Airport on Sunday. PenAir, which announced in August that it was closing its Denver hub, provides DIA service to Liberal and Dodge City, Kansas and North Platte, Kearney and Scottsbluff, Nebraska. Since announcing its bankruptcy last month, the airline said it was losing pilots and unable to continue to serve Denver   Read More ...
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Denver airport to allow dozens of bison to roam free
Denver International Airport is part of a plan to allow bison from the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge to roam on 200 acres of land belonging to the airport. The proposed deal would allow the bison to roam up to Pena Boulevard – the road travelers take to the airport’s terminal, the Denver Channel reported. “Having that wildlife refuge next door is an unbelievable opportunity for us,” airport manager Kim Day said according to Denver Channel   Read More ...
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Denver airport in talks to allow bison to roam on property
DENVER (AP) — Denver airport officials say a deal is in the works to allow wild bison from the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge to roam on 200 acres of airport property. Dallas International Airport manager Kim Day says having the refuge next door is an unbelievable opportunity. Travelers driving up Pena Boulevard to the airport's white-tented terminal would be able to see the bison, under the plan   Read More ...
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