Zillow Home Buying Expands To Fort Collins And Colorado SpringsHome sellers in Colorado Springs and Fort Collins can now request a cash offer from Zillow to buy their home.
Entrepreneurs Tout New Driveway Rental App That 'Decreases Stress Of Parking'The challenge to find parking in certain Colorado cities inspired two entrepreneurs to launch an app encouraging people to rent out their parking spots.
Commission Approves Historic Status Application For Tom's DinerThe Denver Landmark Preservation Commission recommended Tom's Diner get historic status.
DIA Reports Record-Breaking Summer TravelDenver International Airport is experiencing one of its busiest summer seasons yet.
Vail Resorts Plans To Acquire Peak Resorts, Add Ski Areas Out EastVail Resorts plans to take over 17 U.S. ski areas ranging from the Northeast to the Midwest by acquiring Peak Resorts for $264 million.
Equifax To Pay More Than $3M To Colorado Residents After Data BreachIf you think you were effected, you'll be able to file a claim once a court approves the settlement.
Etsy Seller In Colorado Among Those Concerned About New Free Shipping PlanThousands of people selling homemade goods online on Etsy are now being asked to provide free shipping on orders over $35 or face penalties.
Ivanka Trump Visits Lockheed Martin In ColoradoIvanka Trump attended a roundtable discussion on the company’s workforce development and apprenticeship programs in Colorado.
Arroyo Village Offers 130 Affordable Housing Units For Denver ResidentsOn Thursday, Rocky Mountain Communities, The Delores Project and Blueline Development, Inc. celebrated the opening of Arroyo Village, a new affordable housing community.
Adams County Wants To Bring Big Space Business To Its SpaceportThe space industry is big business, and Colorado could be cashing in. There's a push to create a commercial space hub in Adams County in the form of a spaceport. 
Denver Seeks Apprentices Willing To 'Get Out Of Comfort Zone' At Construction SitesA new program could solve a labor shortage in the construction industry, while providing an opportunity to residents in search of new careers.
'We Need More Women': Denver High School Girls Learn About Careers In ConstructionFrom July 15-19, girls from Denver-area high schools are learning about careers in the transportation and construction industries. 
CU Denver Helps Pentagon Battle The Threat Posed By DeepfakesThe University of Colorado Denver is leading a Pentagon research project into videos that are manipulated to put words in the mouths of people who didn't say them.
'Adopt A Block' Program In Denver's Ballpark Neighborhood Breaks Down BarriersDenver police spend part of their Wednesday afternoons every two weeks cleaning the Ballpark neighborhood with the help of volunteers who work for the city as well as those already living or owning businesses in the area.
Arkansas River Rafting Business Hands Out $50,000 Worth Of RefundsThe Arkansas River is the most rafted commercial river in the country, but so far this season hasn't gone as hoped for the companies counting on the crowds to come and play.