Bob Marshall, also known as "Cowboy Biden," circles the crosswalk at the intersection of Broadway and Highlands Ranch Parkway in Highlands Ranch with a Joe Biden flag and an American flag. He began walking on July 4 and has continued most weekdays since then. (John Leyba, Special to The Colorado Sun)

Honks, flags and fistfights: America’s election tension has boiled over at one Colorado intersection

The four corners of Broadway and Highlands Ranch Parkway have become political ground zero in Denver’s conservative southern suburb. But it could be any intersection in America.

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What’s Working: Colorado unemployment rate drops to 6.4%, $19 million for small businesses, plus “Lost Wages” leftovers

It’s the last day to certify for the $300 LWA, but if you’ve been stuck in the state’s unemployment system, there’s still $180 million left.

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Ian Neligh rode his childhood fascination with heroes and artifacts of the Old West to a year-long project

The award-winning journalist sought to hold up the figures from his youth against modern versions of bounty-hunters, brand inspectors and bare-knuckled brawlers

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“Spurred West” examines the myth of the Wild West, starting with its icon, Buffalo Bill Cody

Author Ian Neligh spent a year researching the legends that inspired the lore that captivated America and beyond, to see if remnants of the dime-novel stories lives on in the West