Davita Ceo Kent Thiry Says He Won’t Run for Colorado Governor

DaVita CEO Kent Thiry is shown Feb. 10, 2011. Flamboyant DaVita Inc. CEO Kent Thiry announced on Monday that he would not join Colorado’s crowded race for governor — ending months of speculation about his political ambitions. Instead, Thiry said in a statement that he would focus on other pursuits, such as supporting “centrist candidates” and “common sense causes” in next year’s election, though he did not elaborate on whom…

Cu-Denver Student Convicted of Kidnapping, Sexually Assaulting Classmate

A 23-year-old man has been convicted of sexually assaulting a fellow student at the University of Colorado – Denver after a 2015 Halloween party. John D. Kennedy will be sentenced in September on four charges, according to the Denver District Attorney’s Office: second-degree kidnapping – victim of a sexual assault; sexual assault – victim physically helpless; sexual assault – victim incapable of appraising nature of her conduct; and unlawful sexual…