The U.S. secretary of energy made a visit to Colorado on Monday as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposes another set of rules meant to improve Colorado’s air quality, but Gov. John Hickenlooper isn’t sold.
Monday afternoon homeowners at a golf course subdivision near Glenwood Springs avoided answering questions from CBS4 as they wait to see if a judge will uphold $14 million in awards related to defects in the construction of homes on sinking soils.
Six weeks after its launch, Colorado’s first state-owned and operated bus system, the Bustang, isn’t exactly bustling yet.
CenturyLink laid off more than 100 employees across Colorado as part of a company-wide expense-cutting measure.
Dish Network and Sinclair Broadcast Group, one of the largest TV broadcasters in the U.S., said Wednesday they’ve agreed on the outline of a new contract, one day after Sinclair’s channels went dark for Dish customers.
The Colorado Department of Transportation will be getting some outside financial help on their Iron Springs project on the Highway 9 corridor between Breckenridge and Frisco.
Voters in Breckenridge will go to the polls this November to decide on a proposed tax on Breckenridge Ski Resort in order to fund parking in the town.
As U.S. investors are now painfully aware, trouble in the Chinese market is really hurting U.S. stocks as the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell nearly 600 points on Monday.
Denver-based Chipotle says it will try and hire 4,000 employees in just one day.
Monday’s fallout on Wall Street is making news headlines around the world, including in Denver’s Financial District.