Rocker Steven Tyler Spotted At Denver Grocery StoreThere's no Aerosmith concert this week in Colorado, but lead singer Steven Tyler is here.
Amazon Buying Whole Foods In Bold Move Into Brick And MortarAmazon is buying Whole Foods in a stunning move that gives it hundreds of stores across the U.S. — a brand-new laboratory for radical retail experiments that could revolutionize the way people buy groceries.
Mother Goose Waits For Egg To Hatch In Whole Foods Parking LotA Whole Foods store in Littleton has cordoned off a section of the parking lot for a makeshift nursery. A mother goose is sitting on her egg, waiting for it to hatch.
Another Whole Foods On The Chopping BlockAnother Whole Foods store is set to close.
Whole Foods Prepares To Close Boulder StoreThe Whole Foods store on Baseline Road in Boulder will close on Sunday. That's six weeks earlier than expected.
Whole Foods Closing Stores, Blames Soft SalesWhole Foods is blaming soft sales on the closure of nine stores, two of them in Colorado.
KBCO Studio C Volume 28 Features 18 Tracks Of Live SongsFans of KBCO Studio C Volume 28 can get their copy on Dec. 3. This year's album features The Lumineers and 17 other performers recorded live in the studio.
Colorado Organic Apple Farmer's 'Wacky Apples' A Huge Hit At SchoolsFall means it's apple harvesting in season and one family in Hotchkiss is sending its crop across the state.
Ex-Employee Files Lawsuit Against Whole Foods For Alleged LGBTQ DiscriminationA woman in Boulder has filed a lawsuit against Whole Foods Market alleging harassment and discrimination based on her sexual orientation.
Police Fear Hit & Run Suspect May Have Fled ColoradoPolice have identified a suspect, but fear he may leave the country. The hit-and-run happened on 1st Avenue and North Gilpin Street in Denver, near the Denver Country Club in June.
Deputies Search For Wallet Thieves Who Use Stolen Credit CardsDeputies ares searching for two women and a man wanted for stealing wallets and then using the stolen credit cards.
Whole Foods To Stop Selling Products Made By Colorado InmatesWhole Foods will stop selling products made using a prison labor program after a protest at one of its stores in Texas.

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