Mile High United Way Hosts 'Women United Village Event' To Help Struggling FamiliesThe Mile High United Way organized its first-ever "Women United Village Event" over the weekend.
Connecting Colorado Families To Child CareFamilies in Colorado often struggle with finding child care, for reasons that range from affordability to accessibility.
Gas Prices To Keep Climbing This Summer: 'Taking It On The Chin'We’ve hit an expensive milestone in Colorado and across the country. Gas prices continue to climb, reaching a new high on Monday and it’s not expected to drop for quite some time.
Donations Sent With Warmth, Hugs To Parents Of 'Newborns In Need'Volunteers stayed busy on Saturday morning unpacking bags of donations from cars in a special drive-through baby shower.
'It’s Been A Rollercoaster': Colorado Bakery Owner Prepares For Another Surge In Wheat PricesInflation is making it tough for small businesses to make ends meet and another punch is expected later this summer when wheat and flour are expected to spike another 35%.
$30 Million In Student Financial Aid Unused In ColoradoIn Colorado alone, some $30 million in financial aid is unused, according to the Colorado Department of Education.
Voters Will Decide Whether Every Colorado Student Should Get Free Meals At SchoolColorado voters will decide the fate of a plan to make free meals at school available to every student.
'It Can Be Terrifying': Mother's Milk Bank Works To Help Families In Crisis Amid Baby Formula ShortageThe baby formula shortage is hitting Colorado families as well as a nonprofit that specializes in providing donor human milk to those in need.
Colorado Restaurant Los Dos Potrillos Working To Make Ends Meet While Keeping Prices Level For CustomersSupply chain shortages have some Colorado restaurants in a pickle. Plus, the soaring cost of food is impacting many key ingredients.
Denver Launches New Program To Help Build 'Generational Wealth' Through HomeownershipDenver is leveling the playing field when it comes to building generational wealth through homeownership.
‘Robbing Peter To Pay Paul’: Critics Of Property Tax Reduction Bill Say It’s A Bait And SwitchAs home values soar, so do property taxes and state lawmakers are rushing to pass a bill to reduce the property tax burden placed on Coloradans.
Making Ends Meet: Colorado Farmers Impacted By Historic Inflation, War In UkraineAlong with the soaring costs of fuel, a fourth-generation farmer on the Eastern Plains says fertilizer prices have more than doubled since last spring.
City Of Denver, Denver Public Schools Helps Teens Find Summer EmploymentThe hope is teens will fill open positions over the summer, especially in restaurants and retail.
Overcoming Inflation A Primary Focus For Colorado Small Businesses: 'Where There's A Will, There's A Way'Small construction companies are among the hardest hit right now because of rising costs of material, fuel and labor.
'I Don't Want My Kids To Go Through This': Colorado Program Helps Black Families Obtain Home OwnershipA history of discrimination in Colorado has prevented Black families from buying homes and passing down generational wealth. A new program hopes to close the racial wealth gap.