The Centennial State ranked fifth in the nation for job growth, easing some concerns that the low unemployment rate would hurt hiring.
The president of the Colorado Mining Association is “feeling confident that we’ve reached stability in terms of the six remaining mines in Colorado.”
There are signs that price gains may level off: home sales nationally are flat, and if mortgage interest rates continue to rise it will dampen demand.
"There's many opportunities to make this a better state, and I don't see how the Olympics fit into that," said former Gov. Dick Lamm.
The second and final online forum for public questions will be Feb. 24.
Anticipation of business-friendly policies has led to reports of near-euphoric levels confidence during most of the Trump presidency.
The store's La Alma-Lincoln neighborhood space is already open but is only selling coffee and pre-packaged snacks for now.
There’s a deluge of housing data that paints an interesting picture of the metro housing market.
The state’s rate rose slightly to 3.1 percent in December 2017, because more people entered the workforce than obtained jobs.