Judge Rules Against Whitewater Rafting Firms In Wage Dispute A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by Colorado rafting outfitters seeking to block a federal rule that will oblige them to pay a $15 hourly minimum wage to their seasonal employees.
King Soopers To Reopen Table Mesa Boulder Location On Feb. 9King Soopers will reopen the Table Mesa store in Boulder on Feb. 9. That store has been closed since 10 people were killed in the March 22, 2021 mass shooting.
'I See A Lot Of People Struggling': Baristas At 2 Colorado Starbucks Stores Trying To Unionize For Higher PayStarbucks baristas at a store in Superior want to unionize and so do Denver baristas at an East Colfax store, citing not feeling safe during the pandemic at work and low wages.
State Lawmakers Cracking Down On Professional ShopliftersA bill by Representatives Dylan Roberts and Terri Carver aims to crack down on professional shoplifters or "boosters."
Beloved Irish Snug On East Colfax Closes Up ShopA favorite Irish Pub in Denver is calling it after nearly 18 years on East Colfax Avenue.
Tattered Cover's Newest Location In Westminster Features More Than Just BooksThe new location of the Tattered Cover Book Store has opened in Westminster and this one features more than just books.
King Soopers Union Members Ratify 3-Year Contract That Would End StrikeMembers of the UFCW Local 7, the union representing King Soopers workers, voted Monday on a contract that would end the strike.
National Western Stock Show President Sees Success In First Year Back After COVIDAfter canceling the 2021 National Western Stock Show due to COVID-19, President and CEO Paul Andrews says he's glad 2022 went off without a hitch.
Colorado Coal Town Grapples With Future As Power Plant Shuts DownIn a quiet valley tucked away from Colorado's bustling ski resorts, far from his hometown in northern Mexico, Trinidad Loya found a way to support his family's American dream: Coal.
Lack Of Clean Water Brings Hundreds Of New Build Homes To Screeching Halt In Northern ColoradoThe growing pains continue to be felt in northern Colorado towns as thousands of newcomers flock to communities between Fort Collins and Greeley.
'Health Crisis': State Lawmakers Consider Ban On Flavored Tobacco Products
Attorney General Phil Weiser On The Lookout For Possible Violators Of Colorado Price Gouging Law After Marshall FireSome of the thousands of Marshall Fire victims left without permanent housing after the Dec. 30 wildfire in Boulder County are currently trying to decipher between already sky-high rental rates in Colorado and price gouging.
Colorado's Attorney General Takes Steps Ensuring Marshall Fire Victims Don't Become Rental Price Gouging VictimsAttorney General Phil Weiser is taking steps urging major online real estate companies to address illegal price gouging of rental properties on their platforms in the wake of the Marshall Fire.
'We Are Disgusted': 40,000 People Sign Petition Demanding Vail Resorts Hire More Workers And Offer Better PayMore than 40,000 people have signed a petition calling on Vail Resorts to pay its employees better -- and deliver the value season pass holders deserve.
SnapDNA Plans Headquarters In Broomfield, Bringing 140+ JobsGov. Jared Polis' office announced another company will build its headquarters in Colorado. SnapDNA is planning to set up shop in Broomfield.