Colorado and Denver leaders are expressing disappointment over the United States Olympic Committee’s decision Tuesday to not to pursue an American city as host for the 2022 Olympic Games.
Denver wants the Olympics but not everyone in Denver is in on the game.
The Denver Olympic Exploratory Committee voted unanimously in support of pursuing the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Wednesday.
California and Nevada officials say they will work together to lure the 2022 Olympic Winter Games to Lake Tahoe, which straddles the state line.
The entire concept of hosting a Winter Olympics is a complicated one and a concept that needs to look at a variety of infrastructure issues, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper says whether to seek the 2022 Winter Games is not a “black and white” issue and not something Denver should automatically pursue.
The city of Denver and state leaders are taking the first steps towards putting in a bid for the 2022 Winter Games. An exploratory committee has been formed.
Olympic officials are now confirming that Denver has had discussions with the U.S. Olympic Committee about a possible bid for the 2022 Winter Games, but there’s been no official bid just yet.
Traffic could get much worse on Interstate 70 over the next few years. But that could change if Colorado were to be awarded the Olympic Games.
Denverites and Coloradans seem to be okay paying for stadiums and arenas to keep their favorite teams in town, but they may not feel the same way about building bobsled tracks, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.