Athletic GPS Tracking App Company Opens New Office In DenverAt least 100 new tech jobs are being created at a new Denver office for Strava.
Take Note Colorado Celebrates First Round Of FundingFive Colorado school districts are working to give every child the instruments and music teachers they need to explore their creative side.
How Will The Government Shutdown Affect Colorado?Unlike previous government shutdowns, most of the country's national parks and monuments are expected to stay open. So will the VA and the post office staying operational.
Tech Students Hopeful After Denver Makes Top 20 For Amazon HQ2Many of the people who could potentially be hired by Amazon if the company picks Denver for HQ2, think that will only be good for the job market.
Denver Is On Amazon's HQ2 Short ListThe list has been reduced from 238 to just 20 as possible locations for Amazon’s second headquarters. Denver is one of those on the list.
Still In The Running: Denver A Finalist For Amazon HQ2Amazon has narrowed the list of cities for its second headquarters.
Grocery Stores Prepare To Transition To Full-Strength BeerThe Department of Revenue is working on how grocery stores in Colorado will transition to selling full-strength beer.
Hickenlooper Delivers Final State Of State AddressColorado's term-limited governor, Democrat John Hickenlooper, delivered his final state of the state address to the Legislature on Thursday.
State Leaders: Rescinded Pot Policy Throws Colorado 'Into Limbo'State leaders and the cannabis industry responded Saturday to the decision by the Department of Justice to end a policy of not interfering with legal marijuana laws across the country.
Prosecutors In Pot-Friendly States Will Decide On CrackdownWhether to crack down on marijuana in states where it is legal is a decision that will now rest with those states' top federal prosecutors, many of whom are deeply rooted in their communities and may be reluctant to pursue cannabis businesses or their customers.
Colorado Lawmakers Push Back On Marijuana Prosecution ChangeU.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has scrapped Obama administration guidelines on prosecution of marijuana-related cases.
Radon: The Silent Killer That Can Be StoppedYou can't see it in your home or smell it, but radon could kill you. It is a naturally occurring radioactive gas.

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