Designer Who Won't Make Same-Sex Wedding Websites Loses CaseA U.S. appeals court has ruled against a web designer who didn't want to create wedding websites for same-sex couples and sued to challenge Colorado's anti-discrimination law, another twist in a series of court rulings nationwide about whether businesses denying services to LGBTQ people amounts to bias or freedom of speech.
Capacity Concerns At Arapahoe County Fair Prompt Organizers To Turn People AwayLarge crowds forced Arapahoe County Fair officials to turn some people away on Saturday.
Colorado Rafting Companies & Employees Hit Hard After Flash Flood Overtakes Poudre CanyonColorado’s largest blaze on record, 2020’s Cameron Peak Fire, is just now starting to have its greatest impact on outdoor recreation in the Poudre Canyon region.
Remote Workers Plan Return To Office Amid AnxietyIf you’re someone with a return-to-work date looming over your head, you might be a little anxious about leaving the comfort of your home and heading back to a work environment that has a lot of uncertainties.
Child Tax Credit: Why Are Some Parents Having Problems?The first round of advance Child Tax Credit payments went out to parents on July 15, but some payments have been delayed or were inaccurate.
Fourth Stimulus Check: Will There Be Another Relief Payment?With the COVID pandemic waning and the economy improving, Americans are wondering if there will be another stimulus check.
Smart Device Data Shows Pre-Pandemic Amounts Of People In Downtown Denver For MLB All-Star GameThe Major League Baseball All-Star Game last week helped Denver to see just as many people downtown as it saw before the pandemic.
National Farmers Market Week Helps Kick Off Colorado Proud Month, Importance Of Supporting Local GrowersNational Farmers Market Week is coming up Aug. 1-7. The event also helps kick off Colorado Proud Month, a time to promote the produce grown right here in our state.
Despite 'Low And Slow' Growth, Fort Collins BBQ Restaurant Beating The OddsHusband-and-wife duo Sabrina Hulm and Craig Henry, owners of JoJo's BBQ in Fort Collins, are slowly growing their new business despite COVID-19.
More Than Half Of Employers In Denver Plan To Add New PositionsMore than half of the employers in Denver plan to add new positions this year.
Company Bottling Water In Chaffee County Met With Strong OppositionNestle Waters, now known as BlueTrition, will renew its contract to pump water from the Upper Arkansas River Basin for bottled water production.
Strawberry Fields Plans For Marijuana Home Delivery, A First For DenverStrawberry Fields, which operates five dispensaries around the state, received Denver’s first store marijuana delivery permit, according to the Denver Department of Excise and Licenses.
'We Need Our Workforce Back': Business Owners Ask Gov. Jared Polis To End Extra $300 A Week Unemployment ChecksMore than 100 business owners in northern Colorado sent a letter to Gov. Jared Polis asking him to end the enhanced unemployment benefit of $300 a week. They say the extra money is disincentivizing people to go back to work, which has meant a severe shortage of workers.
Banner Health To Require Employees To Be Vaccinated Against COVIDEmployees working for Banner Health will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov. 1 if they want to keep working for the company.
Denver Metro Chamber Of Commerce Sees More Flexible Work Models Emerging For BusinessesAs employers have been planning post-pandemic work models, a key concept that is gaining traction is a hybrid schedule which combines remote work with in-office days.