Pikes Peak Shuttle Lot At Denver International Airport Opens On Very Temporary Basis To Handle Larger Load Of TravelersThe Pikes Peak shuttle lot at Denver International Airport has been closed for nearly a year-and-a-half, but it will open on a temporary basis to handle a larger load of travelers for part of this weekend.
Fourth Stimulus Check: Is Another Relief Payment Coming Soon?COVID is still limiting the economic recovery for millions of Americans. Would a fourth stimulus check help?
Product Shortages Impact Nearly Every Industry Across Colorado, But Supply Chain Isn't Always To BlameMany Colorado businesses are experiencing product shortages because of supply chain issues happening at U.S. ports and beyond.
Child Tax Credit: How To Opt Out Of Monthly PaymentsThe next Child Tax Credit payment is due October 15, but some parents may prefer a lump-sum payment at tax time.
Businesses Preparing To Hire This Holiday SeasonSome companies are getting ready for the holiday season with hiring events in the Denver metro area. Bass Pro, Cabela's, King Soopers and Cabela's are among those businesses.
Southwest Airlines Passengers In Denver Fed Up With Delays & CancellationsMany people traveling through Denver International Airport Monday struggled to get to their destinations after a long and frustrating weekend of flight cancellations and delays.
At Least 82 People In Colorado Got Sick Due To Salmonella Outbreak Tied To SeafoodA salmonella outbreak tied to seafood that Denver-based Northeast Seafood Products Inc. processed or manufactured has sickened at least 82 Coloradans in 14 counties.
Young Group Of Coloradans Create App Called Chamba To Help Latinos Find Work In ColoradoData from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment shows that from September 2020 to August 2021, Latinos in Colorado had an unemployment rate of 7.2%, which is higher than the national average.
Dr. Moma Health And Wellness Clinic Barred From Administering COVID VaccineA Colorado Springs clinic can no longer take part in the state's efforts to provide COVID-19 vaccines to patients.
Boss Defrost Could Change How Restaurants Defrost Food While Helping Conserve WaterGallons of water are wasted each day trying to safely thaw food used in restaurants across the country so a Colorado team invented a product to preserve this precious resource while helping kitchens cook with frozen meat and vegetables in an efficient way.
COVID In Colorado: Vaccine Mandates Likely To Expand After Early SuccessRecently announced vaccination rates for companies and government organizations have all exceeded 95% of employees complying with the orders to get vaccinated or potentially lose their job.
Arapahoe Basin Prepares For Ski Season, Tests Snow Guns, Trains StaffArapahoe Basin has been testing its snowmaking machines, training employees and despite a warmer October forecast, is gearing up for another October opening.
Denver Costume Store: People Are 'Amped Up' For HalloweenThe COVID-19 vaccine has made in-person gatherings safer, lowering the risk of getting and spreading the virus.
Avelo Airlines Takes Off From Northern Colorado Regional AirportAvelo Airlines is taking flight from Northern Colorado Regional Airport for the first time.
Report: Small Businesses In Colorado Less Confident When It Comes To COVID, Inflation & Supply ChainA report by the University of Colorado Boulder Leeds Business School shows small businesses are less optimistic about moving forward following challenges brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.