Public Utilities Commission
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.
Fort Collins is getting grief from taxpayers over a traffic study because the price tag for the research is $50,000.
Xcel Energy plans to ask Colorado’s utility regulator to OK rate increases of around 3 percent this year and in the next two years.
A Denver towing company that has been the target of numerous complaints has refunded tow fees to a Denver woman after the company indicated it may have mistakenly towed the woman’s car and refused to release it.
Bills could be going up for Xcel Energy customers.
Frustrated and angry, more than 100 cabbies pulled up outside the Colorado Statehouse early this legislative session to protest tech startups known as ridesharing services.
Xcel Energy Inc. is looking to add about 550 megawatts of wind power to its system in Colorado by 2016, which would boost its wind power by about 25 percent to more than 2,700 megawatts.
There’s a battle for the roads of Denver between the city’s cab companies and a new transportation service called “Uber.”
Colorado’s utility regulators don’t follow state travel policies and don’t keep adequate track of private meetings with the industries they regulate, according to a state audit released Tuesday.
The Colorado Supreme Court has upheld a rate increase for basic phone service sought by Qwest, raising the rate from about $15 to $17 a month.