With 1 in every 7 Colorado adults using marijuana, even the most conservative employers are having to rethink their testing policies.
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Colorado’s Recreation Industry Office, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, Gov. John Hickenlooper and others plan to make a “major announcement” Thursday.
Denver hopes to connect downtown to Aurora with bus rapid transit. In the meantime, there's a race for affordable housing on East Colfax, rather than more private development.
A marijuana trafficking ring that raked in about $200,000 a month pretended to be growing weed for sick people but was instead illegally shipping it to other states, the AG said.
It's a paradigm shift for homeowners after the Great Recession. They're staying longer in their homes jumping from four years on average to eight.
The Colorado director of the National Federation of Independent Business says his members' optimism has surged since November.
An evolving climate is already making an impact in Colorado in areas like the wine and ski industries.
Nearly 48 years after Felix Romero and his wife Claudia took over R&R Market, the couple is ready to retire.
The project did more than teach students about one of Denver’s older neighborhoods, they also began noticing gentrification happening around their own homes.
The owner of one park in Aurora plans to close it next summer. Residents hope to avoid eviction by buying the park for themselves.
Lorena Cantarovici worked in banking in Argentina and Mexico before she started the Metro area chain to serve a delicacy from her homeland
More than 30 cranes dot Denver's downtown skyline — many building new residences. From their vantage point, the crane operators see a new city taking shape.
As Colorado becomes a hub for entrepreneurs, one venture capitalist wants to help former inmates jump on the bandwagon.
Many homeowners -- particularly around the Metro area -- found out this month their property assessment has gone up as much as 35 percent.