Denver-Based Company Fined $7,000 For Death At Wyoming Plant

The Western Sugar Cooperative has paid a $7,000 fine in connection with a workplace accident that killed a woman at its beet-processing plant in Lovell early this year.


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Bill Extends Unemployment Benefits To Locked Out Workers

Unions and businesses are going to battle at the state Capitol over a bill that would extend unemployment benefits to certain workers in labor disputes.


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AFL-CIO Jumps Into Immigration Reform Debate

One of Colorado’s biggest unions is jumping into the debate over immigration reform.


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Firefighters Will Try Again On Colorado Union Bill

A proposal to allow collective bargaining for Colorado firefighters without local government approval is coming back to the Legislature.


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Bid Preference For Hiring Locally Gets First Nod

Businesses on Tuesday lambasted a Democratic proposal that would give bidding preferences to companies that employ mostly Colorado workers for state projects, one of the highlights of the party’s job-creation plan this year.


Depleted shelves at the food bank (credit: CBS)

Small Food Bank In Desperate Need Of Big Donations

With so many people out of work, more families than ever need help putting food on the table. And right now, a Colorado food bank is in desperate need of donations.


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