Workers Demand Better Living Wages In 'Fight For $15 Day'Workers across the Denver metro area joined thousands of others across the country on Tuesday to demand a better living wage in a movement called "Fight for 15 Day."
Where To Get Free Coffee On National Coffee Day September 29 is one of the most enjoyed holidays in our country: it's National Coffee Day.
McDonald's Gives Free Breakfast To K-8 Students In ColoradoMcDonald's helped kids get off to a healthy start on Wednesday by giving them free breakfast before school.
Workers Rally In Denver As New York Considers Boosting Minimum WageWorkers around the nation and in Denver rallied Monday as New York considers boosting that state's minimum wage.
Minimum Wage Protest Shuts Down McDonald'sProtesters demanding a higher minimum wage in Denver shut down a McDonald's restaurant on Wednesday night.
Minimum Wage Workers Walk Out, Rally For $15/HourHundreds of low wage workers walked out of their jobs in the Denver metro area on Wednesday. They joined thousands of others across the U.S. to protest the current minimum wage.
Denver Fast-Food Workers Join National Protests
Protesters Claim Raise By McDonald's Isn't EnoughProtesters gathered outside a McDonald's restaurant in downtown Denver on Thursday, claiming a move by the fast foot giant to give workers a raise isn't enough.
Colorado Lawmaker Pitching Hike In Minimum Wage To $12.50Colorado 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.
More Former Students Complain About College America After Lawsuit FiledAfter CBS4 reported on a lawsuit filed against College America by Colorado's attorney general more former students have come forward with complaints about the school.
Attorney General Wants College America To Stop 'Ongoing Deceptive Trade Practices'CBS4 has learned that the Colorado attorney general has filed a lawsuit against a chain of career colleges along the Front Range, and CBS4 Investigator Rick Sallinger has learned the case involves a well-known name.
Denver Fast Food Workers Protest For $15 WageOrganizers say about 400 people participated in Colorado's latest demonstrations in favor of higher wages for fast food workers.