Target Raises Minimum Wage To $13 An Hour, Plans For $15 By 2020Target is raising its minimum wage for employees to $13 an hour, continuing the plans for the company to raise it to $15 an hour by 2020.
State Lawmakers Consider Minimum Wage Increase Depending On RegionState lawmakers gathered Monday to call on a change in state law allowing cities and counties across Colorado to set their own minimum wage based on the needs of their communities.
$15/Hour Minimum Wage Proposed For Denver City WorkersA proposal to raise the minimum wage to $15/hour for Denver city workers was heard on Tuesday afternoon.
Airlines Blast Proposed Denver Minimum Wage Hike, Say Travelers Will Pay MoreA consortium of major air carriers flying out of Denver International Airport suggest a proposed hike in Denver's minimum wage would increase the cost of airline tickets.
Minimum Wage Increases Again In ColoradoThe minimum wage in Colorado is up again. With the new year, workers are now getting paid $11.10 an hour at the minimum up from $10.20.
Colorado Among 29 States Increasing Minimum Wage Above Federal LevelThe federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour has remained the same since 2009. Since then, 29 states and the District of Columbia have set minimum wages above the federal level.
Colorado Chain's Compensation Tips The Scales For EmployeesColorado-based Illegal Pete’s is quickly paving the way for employee satisfaction after announcing a $3 raise to the tipped employee minimum wage.
New Report: 1 In 4 Coloradans Needs Public Assistance To Meet Basic NeedsA new report confirms what most of us already know -- it costs a lot of money to live in Colorado. 
Initiative For Bigger Paychecks For DIA Workers Headed To VotersEmployees at Denver International Airport are fighting for better wages. Now, voters will decide whether to increase their minimum wage.
Denver Mayor Considers $15/Hour Minimum Wage For City EmployeesMayor Michael Hancock is considering raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour for city employees -- and people who work for businesses that operate in city facilities.
DIA Workers Rally For $15/Hour Minimum WageWorkers from Denver International Airport turned in petitions on Tuesday for a special ballot measure next May. They have been gathering signatures for a $15/hour minimum wage.