Denver Admits Software Licensing ViolationsDenver taxpayers will be paying millions of dollars more this year for city use of Oracle software after the city admitted it violated its licensing agreements with Oracle and was threatened with a potential $10 million penalty for overuse.
'Ag Day' At State Capitol A Celebration Of Farm BusinessesHundreds gathered at the Colorado state Capitol on Wednesday for Agriculture Day.
Nation's Only Airport-To-Ski Slope Train A Hit This SeasonThe nation's only airport-to-ski slope train connection was a hit with tourists this season, and is going to keep running from Denver to Winter Park Resort for the foreseeable future.
Popular Mountain Town Could Be Getting New DevelopmentLeaders in the mountain town of Dillon are looking over plans for a massive new development.
Popular Radio Host Returns To KBCOA familiar voice is back in the afternoons on Denver's KBCO radio station.
Pot Club Showdown Nears Between Gov. Hickenlooper, LawmakersColorado lawmakers are moving closer to a showdown with the governor over pot clubs.
Colorado Ski Resort Visits Pick Up After Slow Start To SeasonSki resort visits are starting to pick up from a slow start to the season.
Harmonizing Water At Center Of Lawsuit Over Sunscreen ClaimsA company and doctor from Evergreen are facing a consumer fraud lawsuit by the Iowa Attorney General.
JCPenney Will Close 4 Stores In ColoradoJCPenney will close four stores in Colorado as part of its closing more than 100 stores nationwide.
A Third Of Chipotle's Board Is On The Way OutChipotle, which is trying to revive its fortunes after being rattled by food safety scares, said a third of its board members will leave in May after their terms expire, including three long-time members who were on the board before Chipotle became a public company more than a decade ago.
Rockies Working On New Coors Field Lease DealThe Colorado Rockies are trying to figure out a new Coors Field lease deal before the current one expires.
McDonald's Says It's Investigating Tweet At TrumpMcDonald's says it has been notified by Twitter that its account was "compromised" after it appeared to send a message calling Donald Trump "a disgusting excuse of a President."