A Phillips 66 research and training center planned for Louisville is officially getting the ax. The project was expected to bring 7,000 jobs and millions in area investment when it was announced in 2008. It had been shelved by the company late last year.
After the twin towers fell and recovery operations progressed, the New York and New Jersey Port Authority began storing tons of rusted steel beams from the World Trade Center. After considering thousands of applications for the steel, the Port Authority began shipping the modern artifacts across the country this year—including 15 pieces to Colorado.