According to news from July 24, Columbine Plastics in Colorado has decided to move from Boulder to Louisville, Colorado, to the Louisville Colorado Tech Center. To do so, Columbine Plastics reportedly purchased a 21,500-square-foot building.
The city of Boulder, Colorado, is seeking a legal order to condemn certain sections of an electric system that is owned by area provider Xcel Energy. The city is looking to claim those parts of the electric system through eminent domain laws, as the jurisdiction wants to create a local electric utility. Boulder had previously filed a notice of intent earlier in the year, indicating that it would pursue Xcel's assets. The business litigation stems from Boulder's plan to establish a renewable energy system to reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions.
Amazon has been trying to get through a dispute with publishing house Hachette for some time now. The two cannot agree on the new terms for sales through the website; their last contract ended back in March, and they have not signed a new one as of now. In large part, the dispute is over how much should be charged for ebooks.
A crash in Colorado Springs has claimed one life, while others who were involved were injured and taken to the hospital for treatment. The accident was reportedly between a motor vehicle and pedestrians who were near the road. The full amount of injuries is unclear at this time, but it has been reported that at least three individuals were hurt, along with the one who was killed. The injuries were reported to be serious.
Police have reported that a man in Colorado Springs was involved in an accident in the afternoon, on a Tuesday in late June. The man was riding a motorcycle when he was hit by a car, and he passed away from his injuries. The man was 48 years old at the time of his death.