Project Angel Heart Stays Committed To Providing Healthy, Nutritious Meals Despite Rising Food PricesAs if a pandemic wasn't enough, rising grocery prices have some Colorado food-based nonprofits hurting even more than before.  
Fort Collins' Avelo Airlines Announces Flights To Las VegasNorthern Colorado's newest airline, Avelo, announced it will be getting Coloradans to Las Vegas on non-stop flights.
Denver Christkindl Market Closed Wednesday, Cherry Creek Holiday Market Delays Opening Until After Winds Calm DownThe Denver Christkindl Market decided not to open on Wednesday due to strong winds and the Cherry Creek Holiday Market delayed opening until the wind gusts calmed down.
King Soopers Ending Some Paid Time Off For Unvaccinated Workers Who Get COVIDRight now, the company provides up to two weeks of paid time off if an associate contracts COVID-19 or is experiencing symptoms. That's about to end.
Colorado Reaches Proposed Settlement For 2015 Gold King Mine SpillA mining company has agreed to pay Colorado $1.6 million to resolve its liability for natural resource damage related to the 2015 Gold King Mine spill that fouled a river in Colorado.
Coloradans Feeling The Pinch As Nationwide Inflation Rate Hits 39 Year HighThe staggering inflation is hitting Coloradans hard this holiday season, with one energy nonprofit reporting they've received over 500 calls for help last week alone, because people can't afford their heating bill.
Colorado Shops Seeing Fewer Customers Than Expected This Holiday SeasonAfter battling staffing, supply and inflation issues, some Colorado small businesses are left with one more problem this holiday season, a lack of customers.
Skiers, Boarders, Winter Enthusiasts Celebrate Snowstorm, Fresh PowderThe snowstorm was a welcome sight on Friday among skiers and boarders, and other winter enthusiasts, in Colorado.
Denver International Airport Will Ask City Council To Add $1.1 Billion And 4 Years To Current Construction ProjectAirport officials plan to ask a committee to amend current contracts by more than $1 billion and 4 years, adding in projects originally removed from plans due to schedule and cost overruns.
Skiers, Boarders Anxious For Winter Storm To Drop Much-Needed Snow In The MountainsThe winter storm moving into Colorado is bringing some much-needed snow to the ski areas.
Colorado Congressman Ed Perlmutter Frustrated After Senate Shoots Down Safe Banking Act For Marijuana BusinessesColorado Congressman Ed Perlmutter is frustrated that once again the Senate has shot down his proposal to allow marijuana businesses access to the banking system.
'Revitalizing Main Streets' Program Open For Additional Grant OpportunitiesGov. Jared Polis, along with his administration, and the Colorado Department of Transportation are working to help save people money and help small businesses through the "Revitalizing Main Streets Program."
After Audit Reveals More Colorado Unemployment System Fraud, Some People 'Still Fighting' For PaymentsThe Colorado Department of Labor and Employment may have paid more than $73 million in fraudulent unemployment claims, according to a new state audit.
Colorado's Hospitality & Tourism Sector Expected To Rebound Slower Than OthersIn 2022, economists predict Colorado will have more employees than before the COVID-19 pandemic began, but some sectors of business will take years to fully recover.
Inflation & 'Quit Rates' Causing Concern As Colorado Economy Is Slowly ReboundingThe overall health of the economy has some hurdles to jump before it makes a full recovery.