Denver International Airport

Denver International Airport

A new report says the ongoing renovation project at Denver International Airport could be delayed up to 10 months after tests show weaker-than-expected concrete in the main floor of the airport's terminal.

The Denver Post reports that airport spokeswoman Stacey Stegman says the extent of the delay — and the severity of the problems — won't be known until at least April.

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Thornton resident Jennifer Hubby is worried about paying her family's mortgage on time.

Her wife, a former Army medic, gets a monthly housing and education stipend from her GI Bill. Hubby said it's "very unclear" what's going to happen to that income as the shutdown — now on its 20th day — drags on.

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Frontier Airlines pilots will be voting on whether to accept a new contract proposal over the holidays.

Union leaders on Wednesday unanimously backed sending the deal to a vote after over two years of contract negotiations with the Denver-based discount carrier.

Union spokesman Capt. Alan Christie says voting will begin Dec. 20 and wrap up Jan. 10.

The Air Line Pilots Association will be holding meetings with pilots in Denver, Chicago and Las Vegas starting next week to discuss the deal, which it says includes improvements to pay, work rules and benefits.

Colorado House of Representatives

[Update 12/14/17 1:15 p.m.] No charges will be filed against Rep. Lori Saine. The news was announced Dec. 14 by the Boulder district attorney’s office. The case was passed to Boulder because Denver’s district attorney Beth McCann worked closely with Saine when they were both state lawmakers. The Boulder district attorney’s office says Saine “totally forgot the firearm was in her purse and no criminal case against Ms. Saine can be proven beyond a reasonable doubt.”