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Monday, July 13, 2020
DENVER — The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade has selected six businesses for its new Opportunity Zone Capital Accelerator Program. The office partnered with the Colorado Center for Innovation for Community Capital in...
Colorado is suing e-cigarette maker Juul Labs, Inc., alleging the company intentionally marketed its products to youth and misrepresented them as a healthy alternative to cigarettes. The lawsuit comes after a nearly yearlong investigation led by...
Meet a few of the people leading some of Denver’s most historic and culturally diverse communities. Cleo Parker Robinson, Founder & Artistic Director, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance A Denver native, Cleo Parker Robinson (pictured above) takes great pride...
Organizations seeking to plot a 173-mile course for passenger rail along the Front Range, from Fort Collins to Pueblo, are seeking information from potential users of the proposed service and have instituted an online information...
WELD COUNTY — The largest oil producer by volume in Weld County is soliciting bids for a major sale of land and mineral rights across Utah, Wyoming and Colorado as it tries to reduce a...
DENVER — Gov. Jared Polis expressed concern in a news conference Wednesday that numbers of new cases of COVID-19 had jumped up in the state after hitting a daily low of new cases on June...
**Please note that due to COVID-19, some attractions are experiencing a delayed opening and most will have a limited capacity. Please visit pikes-peak.com/covid for the most up to date information.** The Pikes Peak region is a pristine,...
A bill to make it harder for Colorado parents to exempt their kids from vaccines is one step closer to passage — but only after six hours of debate and a Democratic compromise. The Colorado House...
DENVER — Colorado saw 12,149 initial regular unemployment claims filed last week, down from 15,603 the prior week, according to newly released data from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. There were also 6,414 Federal...
If Colorado is going to avoid overwhelming hospitals with new COVID-19 patients this summer, the public will need to do what health officials say, rather than what they’re allowed to do under easing restrictions, according...