US bat species devastated by fungus now listed as endangered – The Denver Post

By JOHN FLESHER (AP Environmental Writer) TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — The Biden administration declared the northern long-eared bat endangered on Tuesday in a last-ditch effort to save a species driven to the brink of extinction by white-nose syndrome, a fungal disease. “White-nose syndrome is decimating cave-dwelling bat species like the northern long-eared bat at unprecedented rates,” said Martha Williams,

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Pedestrian hit by motorist in Adams County pronounced dead at hospital

A pedestrian hit by two vehicles on Wednesday morning in Adams County was pronounced dead at a local hospital. The incident happened at about 6 a.m. at Pecos Street and West 72nd Avenue, according to the Colorado State Patrol. The pedestrian, a 51-year-old Northglenn man, was crossing the intersection outside of the crosswalk when he was hit, said Trooper Josh

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A Colorado paper got sued by a Swedish billionaire. Then all hell broke loose.

Andrew Travers thought he had assurances that his beloved newspaper, The Aspen Times, would let him do his job. That job: Rebuild the paper’s credibility by publishing two opinion columns that had been withheld by upper management as the Times negotiated a settlement with a Swedish billionaire, who sued the newspaper in April over its characterization of his past business

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Roger Goodell pressured by Congress to release Washington report – The Denver Post

Former Washington Commanders employees and members of Congress pressured the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell on Thursday to release a report about the team’s history of sexual harassment and its sexist, hostile workplace culture. They say the team and owner Dan Snyder have not been held accountable for their misdeeds. Snyder commissioned an investigation into the team’s workplace environment that

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