Airline employees say the company has violated the law by banning them from pumping on planes.
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The race is on to land the online retailer's second headquarters. The prize is 50,000 new jobs and $5 billion in economic development.
Colorado's median household income went up in 2016 while poverty and the number of people uninsured went down.
Amy Howe of SCOTUSblog, tells Colorado Matters the court's ruling could have big implications for all states with public accommodation laws.
Enrollment has almost doubled in an apprenticeship program run by the Colorado chapter of Independent Electrical Contractors over the last six years, but the industry says it still can't keep up with the demand for skilled labor.
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.
Today, there are around 15,000 less construction workers in Colorado than there were in 2007, when the state hit its peak.
The plan calls for closing two older units at the Comanche Generating Station — one in 2022 and one in 2025. A third, newer unit would keep operating.
Colorado Springs is among the few cities in the state that still prohibits recreational marijuana sales — advocates call it crippling to tax revenues and fuel for the black market.
Solar Roast Coffee in Pueblo's wholesale business rose 866 percent during the last four years. Their slow roasting process results in a smooth cup of joe.
Sessions recently sent letters to the governors of Colo., Alaska, Ore. and Wash., detailing his concerns with state regulatory efforts. Colorado has responded.
Interested businesses can now apply to allow marijuana consumption on their premises, effectively allowing them to open legal marijuana clubs.
Revolar's co-founders started the company after women in their families were attacked. The device alerts friends and family of potential trouble.
Elaborate hurdles for potential weed-friendly coffee shops and gathering places may mean Denver gets few takers for the new licenses.
Even though the amusement park's lease isn't up until 2039, owner Alan Bader says landowner Martin Marietta is trying to push him out of business.