Wages rose 5.4 percent in April compared to the same time last year, the strongest wage growth of any state.
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In April, the unofficial start of the home buying season, there were 1,852 more homes on the market than the same time in 2018, according to the Denver Metro Association of Realtors.
The new law reflects increasing fears about public safety as the booming Wattenberg oil and gas field overlaps with fast-growing communities north and east of Denver.
A quarter of all Coloradans 65 or older are saying "not yet" to the traditional retirement age and still working. That rate has doubled since 2000.
The state reports it taxed 9.8 million gallons of beer in January. That’s 1.6 million more than January of 2018.
Knock-knock-knockin' on Oskar's door (to serve a lawsuit).
Regional FEMA spokeswoman Lynn Kimbrough said the agency doesn’t have a timeframe for when the problem will be resolved.
The bill brings to an end a three-way arm wrestling match between casinos, horse tracks and sports teams over a piece of the pie.
The stretch of I-70 from Silverthorne to Denver is particularly treacherous, with tight turns, steep climbs and sharp descents.
Illegal Pete's Didn't Pass Delaware's LLC Name Smell Test (Sexxymofo Inc. And Illegal People Touring Inc. Did, Though)
The 23-year-old restaurant chain is named after the founder's father. Illegal Pete's has previously drawn the ire of some activists in Colorado and Arizona
Every county in the metro saw property values increase, from 12 percent in Boulder County to more than 24 percent in Adams County.
That’s because refineries have entered their maintenance period and because international pressures have inflated prices.
The upward pressure on incomes is, in large part, a reflection of the state’s tight labor market.
One example? Carl’s Jr. is using a Denver restaurant to market a hamburger infused with CBD, a non-intoxicating molecule found in cannabis.
Former Anadarko Employees Say Denver Office Was Beset By Culture Of Male ‘Sexual Gratification,’ Bullying And Retaliation
A letter obtained by CPR and verified by a former company senior executive alleges top Anadarko executives had sex in the office during business hours, and then retaliated and bullied the witness who reported it.