Colorado health officials are planning to take additional air samples near a Lakewood facility that was identified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency last month as a place where gas emissions could potentially raise the risk for cancer.
Colorado employers added 1,500 nonfarm job between July and August, but government employers did the heavy lifting when it came to hiring, according to a monthly update Friday from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment.
Zillow has become the go-to site for consumers wanting an estimate of a home's value or a list of what's available for sale in a neighborhood. But this fall, it will take up a notch when it starts to make offers on Denver-area homes.
The Colorado BLM says it's considering whether to pull some parcels from a December federal oil and gas lease sale after Gov. John Hickenlooper and Sen. Michael Bennet joined local officials and residents in expressing concerns.
Colorado Springs pulled the goalie on Thursday, bringing a large delegation, including mayor John Suthers and Denver Broncos CEO Joe Ellis, in a last-minute push to lock in $28 million in incentives from the Colorado Economic Development Commission.
The roof of the U.S. Postal Service's Capitol Hill branch building in Denver sprang a leak earlier this month and now is expected remain closed to customers until sometime in October while repairs are made.