Colorado colleges, universities scramble after Trump orders international students to leave if classes go online
There are thousands of international students who attend higher education institutions in the state. Many are still figuring out what the changes issued by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement mean.
$1 loans? $10 million for a nail salon? Colorado’s federal coronavirus loan data has some eye-popping errorsBy Tamara Chuang Business Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado may have missed a deadline to plan for reducing greenhouse gasses. Now the state faces a lawsuit.By Mark Jaffe Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
Many of Colorado’s rural hospitals are the community’s top employer and the only provider for hundreds of miles
Three Colorado prison inmates have died from the coronavirus so far
United Airlines, a major Denver employer, is sending layoff notices to nearly half of its U.S. employees
United is the largest carrier at Denver International Airport and it employs more than 7,000 people in the city
Littwin: Because it’s 2020, when anything can and will happen, Lauren Boebert’s stunning win seems like a natural
But with Trump trailing badly in Colorado, with Gardner struggling, Dems see Lauren Boebert’s upset victory in the conservative 3rd CD as a chance for, well, an upset victory.Opinion
You’ll be seeing at least $19 million worth of John Hickenlooper and Cory Gardner on TV before Election Day
The two candidates have launched their general election television ad buys, and there’s expected to be plenty more spent in Colorado ahead of the closely watched November contest
Wyoming’s potential purchase of land and mineral rights in Utah and Colorado could raise as-yet unexplored legal questions
Colorado attorney general sues Juul, claims vape company marketed to kids and downplayed health risks
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser has been investigating Juul for about a year. His office worked with state health officials and a Denver-area school district on the probe.
At least 95 businesses, including Good Times and Peak 8 Properties, were approved for forgivable loans between $5 million to $10 million, the greatest possible amount
Colorado is among the states that named Jonathan Sackler in its lawsuit seeking damages for Purdue's alleged role in the state's opioid crisis.