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City Council President Albus Brooks, who represents the district the coffee shop is located in, speaks with CPR News about gentrification and displacement.
In May, the mall, and the Denver area, was hit with what’s considered the most expensive and destructive hailstorm in Colorado’s history.
The Metro Denver Economic Development Corp. released a heavily redacted 79-page document, entitled “Welcome to Your New Frontier.”
No price has been set yet, but it will be much higher than the $12.5 million the current owner paid for the property in 1995.
Places like Denver, Aurora, Douglas County, even Sterling, need firefighters, plumbers, chemists, mechanics and police officers
Amazon needs a home for its second headquarters and 50,000 new jobs. Colorado's in the running. Have questions? We're carrying KUOW's podcast series life with Amazon, and linking to a Facebook discussion.
From Denver’s $937 million bond questions to Grand Junction’s third try asking for higher taxes to improve schools, here’s what we’re watching on Election Day.
Even with advances and efficiencies, not every energy company can make it work in Western Colorado — the costs are just too high.
"I wanted something very social and very cool," says Brewability Lab founder Tiffany Fixter.
When the tech firm decided to build a new office complex in Boulder, it turned to an architect with deep roots in Colorado: David Tryba.
A businessman says he lost $1.7 million in contracts when he didn't get as many visas as he wanted to bring in Mexican workers.