Energy producers are responding to prices.
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In the early 2010s, the number of violations per year hovered around 10. Since then, that figure has jumped to more than 100 a year.
The state’s rate rose slightly to 3.1 percent in December 2017, because more people entered the workforce than obtained jobs.
A coroner, 20 mental health workers and 85 firefighters are among Coloradans fulfilling a multi-state agreement to help in disasters
Since 2014, the state's regulator has handed out an unprecedented $12,693,534 in penalties.
"Redlining" ended in the '60s, but its impact is still felt in Denver neighborhoods today.
Colorado is hard up for teachers. Graduates from the state’s teacher prep programs are down by 24 percent.
For about three years, oil and gas drillers have suffered through low oil prices. In fact, they haven’t been this low for this long in more than a decade.
Denver police are supposed to use crime and traffic data to inform their decisions about where to direct resources. But they aren't, the city auditor says.