Unemployment Rate In Colorado Jumps To Record 11.3 Percent In AprilColorado's unemployment rate surged in April as the state lost over 323,000 jobs because of the economic shutdown in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Denver Auto Show Canceled for First Time In 44 YearsOne of the biggest annual events at the Colorado Convention Center has been canceled.
Day Care Centers Struggle Amid Falling Enrollment, Uncertainty About FutureThe owners of an early learning center that remained open during the coronavirus pandemic is appealing to state and federal authorities for help. Despite being able to stay open, it’s been tough for Stepping Stones in Littleton.
Booking A Hotel Could Require Research, Planning Ahead"By some estimates, 20% to 40% of all the hotels in the United States may not reopen."
Great American Beer Festival Canceled: Fest Goes Virtual-Only For 2020Instead of serving up beer at the Colorado Convention Center in September, the GABF will offer an immersive online experience on Oct. 16-17.
Unemployment Claims Decline In Colorado, Payouts Still HistoricRegular unemployment claims declined for a fifth straight week last week but Colorado is paying record jobless benefits as the result of economic restrictions imposed because of the coronavirus crisis.
Vail Announces Plans To Reopen Resort Activities In Late June Or Early JulyA letter from CEO Rob Katz to employees announced that Vail Resorts will work toward an opening in roughly a month. The hope, Katz noted in the letter, is that their resorts will be open by late June or early July.
COVID Consultants Help Companies Reopen With New Safety MeasureThe COVID Consultants have only been open several weeks, but the team has already helped businesses from restaurants to gyms. 
Ikon Pass Extends 20/21 Spring Promotion To June 16Ikon Pass is extending its spring promotion for the 20/21 season through June 16.
Outdoor Dining In Aurora: City Releases Guidelines For ReopeningAurora restaurants were able to start applying for permits Wednesday.
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser Leads Coalition To Allow Marijuana Business Access To Federal Banking SystemColorado Attorney General Phil Weiser is leading a coalition with 34 other states to allow marijuana businesses to have access to the federal banking system.
'Everything Was Thought Of': Water World Makes Difficult Decision To Cancel 2020 SeasonDenver’s iconic Water World theme park announced Tuesday it would not open for the 2020 season.
Some Lafayette Business Owners Could Face Fines If They Don't Enforce New Face Mask OrdinanceThe City of Lafayette is taking a different approach to compel people to wear face coverings. Under a new ordinance, business owners could be fined $50-$500 if their customers don’t wear masks.
State Releases Initial Guidelines For Restaurants To ReopenThe state released a set of preliminary guidelines for restaurants to reopen.
Shooters Grill Remains Closed After Health Department Suspends LicenseA hearing for the owner of Shooters Grill, a restaurant that opened for dine-in service earlier this month, violating the safer-at-home order, will continue next Tuesday.