People In Colorado Bet $63.5 Million On Table Tennis In 2020Table tennis continues to be a heavy hitter when it comes to sports betting in Colorado.
Colorado Sports Gambling Industry Reports Over $1 Billion In WagersColorado's new sports betting industry reported nearly $1.2 billion in wagers from May to December 2020.
COVID In Denver: New Policies At Union Station Bus Concourse Designed To Protect RTD Riders, EmployeesRTD is implementing new safety protocols in the Union Station bus concourse starting Wednesday. The new policies were put in place because of unsafe and problematic behavior in the terminal.
Travel Experts Says 'Vaccination Passports' Could Be The New NormalAs more people receive vaccinations, the desire to return to semi-normal is greater than ever.
Is GameStop's Soaring Stock An Indicator Of Possible Market Bubble?The stock market continues to enjoy unprecedented gains during the pandemic, with the meteoric rise of GameStop among the highlights.
Colorado's Environment & Economy Would Benefit From President Biden's Electric Vehicle PlanA Colorado company could play a big role in replacing the federal government's fleet of cars and trucks with electric vehicles.
Denver Aiming To Help More Renters With New Federal FundingThe City of Denver will get nearly $22 million in federal funds to help renters impacted by the coronavirus.
Colorado's Congressional Delegation Hopes To Urge President Joe Biden To Stop Move Of Space CommandThe group is urging Pres. Joe Biden to stop the move of Space Command headquarters to Huntsville, Ala.
Southwest Airlines Will No Longer Allow Emotional Support AnimalsEffective March 1, the airline will only accept trained service dogs for travel with customers.
Godiva Shutting Down All U.S. Stores, Including 2 Colorado LocationsGodiva is shutting down all its stores in the U.S. -- including two stores in in Colorado.
Colorado Is The 2nd Best State To Retire, Study FindsColorado is the second best state in the country to retire, according to a new study by Wallethub.
As Restaurants Close Due To COVID, 'Randall's' Set To Open With Focus On Take-Out, For NowA Denver restaurant owner is taking his chances, opening a Cajun and Creole restaurant in Denver’s Whittier neighborhood during the pandemic.
Following Major Tech Upgrade, Colorado Department Of Labor Plans To Disburse Pandemic Unemployment PaymentsBecause of the tech update, only regular unemployment claimants are currently able to access their online accounts.
Despite Energy Industry Concerns, Colorado Experts Project State Economy Will Fare Better Under Biden AdministrationThe largest question looms over the energy industry, which is no longer just oil and gas, although some parts of the state are highly dependent on oil and gas jobs.
They Won't Look The Same, But Large Events At Colorado Convention Center Aren't Too Far Off In Denver's FutureWhile there will not be much business in the first half of 2021, conventions in Denver should pick up by the end of the year.