Lone Tree Arts Center Closed Through Oct. 2 Due To Staff FurloughsThe Lone Tree Arts Center will be closed through Oct. 2 due to staff furloughs.
Fort Collins' Anheuser-Busch Donates Millions Of Canned Water Across The CountryThe Anheuser-Busch Brewery in Fort Collins switched to canning water for the day on Monday.
Expanded Patios Along Longmont's Main Street To Be Brought DownMonday night is the last night to check out Longmont's expanded outdoor dining experience.
Boulder Bars & Restaurants Frustrated But Understanding Of Last Call ChangeThe owners of bars and restaurants in Boulder now have to make changes because of the growing spread of COVID-19 -- largely among young people.
Colorado Fitness Clubs Join Forces To Keep Members Safe And Gyms OpenThe new Colorado Fitness Coalition (CFC) is working to keep members safe and businesses open.
Precious Metals Investor Schemes Millions Of Dollars From US, Colorado InvestorsThe company admitted no wrongdoing in 2019 and agreed to repay Colorado investors who requested to be reimbursed. However, in this week's action, state and federal authorities claim Metals.com "continued to prey on elderly investors."
Flames, Smoke May Be Seen From Suncor During Live Fire TrainingDuring the training there is a chance that flames and smoke could be seen coming from the refinery.
Sports Betting In Colorado Jumps 117% From July To AugustThe Colorado Department of Revenue says they saw a 117% jump in sports bets in August compared to July.
UPS, FedEx Planning To Hire Seasonal Workers In Denver Metro AreaUPS and FedEx say the coronavirus pandemic hasn't changed any expectations for a busy delivery season.
Pilgrim's Pride CEO Jayson Penn, Indicted On Price Fixing Counts, Is OutPilgrim’s Pride has replaced its CEO as he prepares to face price fixing charges.
Furlough Days Plan Announced For Colorado State Workers Who Make Above $50,000Colorado state administrators announced that there will be mandatory furlough days for Colorado state workers who have salaries above $50,000, with a few exceptions.
RTD Drivers Protest Cutbacks In Service, StaffRTD drivers protested outside of Union Station on Tuesday afternoon. They are upset about the transportation agency's plan to cut employees.
Main Street Grants Help Spur Local Colorado EconomiesThe Colorado Department of Transportation gave out 41 Main Street grants in an effort to revitalize the economy and keep people safe.
Denver City Council Approves Carsharing Contract At DIAThe Denver City Council approved a one-year contract with Turo, a carsharing program, at Denver International Airport.
More Pop-Up Shops Popping Up In Denver's Larimer SquareMore short-term businesses are coming to Denver's Larimer Square as long-term tenants close up shop due to the coronavirus pandemic.