Downtown Denver is booming with growth, employment, retail and tourism according to a new report from the Downtown Denver Partnership.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock was on hand Tuesday afternoon to announce the installation of Denver B-cycle’s largest station.
National home sales increased more than 1 percent in February, but realtors say tight inventories and a lack of affordable housing could mean sluggish sales over the next few months. Examples of the housing squeeze are occurring in the Denver metro area.
The Public Utilities Commission has told 10 limousine drivers they could be fined $13,000 each for picking up riders off the streets following a CBS4 investigation into ride services operating illegally.
Powderhorn Mountain Resort in western Colorado has closed for the winter season early because of a stretch of unseasonably warm weather.
Politics took a back seat to science for a time Monday at the state Capitol as the aerospace industry took over.
A Democratic push to raise the minimum wage in Colorado notched an early success Monday at the Capitol.
A popular Mexican restaurant in Lakewood is now a historic landmark.
Colorado voters would have the choice to increase the state’s minimum wage from $8.23 an hour to $12.50 with legislation introduced Thursday by a Democratic lawmaker.
A group of bills called the “Frack Pack” announced Thursday by four Democratic congressmen would impose more stringent federal environmental regulations on a domestic petroleum industry lately suffering from its own success amid a persistent downturn in oil prices.