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.
Radical savers aim to stash a million dollars in a retirement fund by saving 70 percent of what they earn.
A state-funded study is attempting to fill in the gaps on data about marijuana use among older people.
The public pension rescue plan may have cleared the state legislature at the last possible moment, but it's already facing criticism from both sides.
Cutting future pension benefits worries teachers: Public sector workers in Colorado don't receive Social Security.
Even as lawmakers unveiled a bill to take on PERA, they acknowledged it likely can’t pass in its current form.
At the Holly Creek Retirement Community, a volunteer-run station helps residents who are dealing with the challenges of getting older.
In Colorado, the number of seniors who hold medical marijuana cards has been slowly rising.
About half of Colorado’s private sector workers ages 25-64 don’t have access to retirement plans through their employers, eliminating a key piece of the retirement savings puzzle.