Wildfires in Colorado this summer have made national headlines, and there are concerns fewer people will visit our state because of it.
Crews defending small homes, a ski area and a handful of roads against an erratic wildfire in Colorado’s southwest mountains hoped Monday for a break – any break – in the weather that will allow them to launch a more strategic assault.
A record 13.6 million visitors came to Denver in 2012 and spent a record $3.6 billion in the city, according to a study commissioned for Visit Denver that the organization released Wednesday.
Familiar faces helped kick off the start of the summer tourism season in Colorado on Monday.
The State of Colorado is gearing up for what officials call the most ambitious branding effort ever taken on by a state.
A project to widen the eastbound lanes of the Twin Tunnels near Idaho Springs means drivers heading home from the mountains will encounter a detour for the rest of the year.
The National Park Service estimates more than 3.2 million people visited Rocky Mountain National Park last year.
A recent ad campaign by the Colorado Tourism Office has paid off in a big way.
The sudden end of the Broncos season will effect the team and the vendors that depend on live games. But there may be a political hangover from the loss as well.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock on Monday morning plans to outline his reasons why he thinks Colorado voters should vote down Amendment 64, which would legalize possession of marijuana for adults in the state.