The Colorado General Assembly ended its 120-day lawmaking term Monday night by putting a measure on the November ballot
In major last-minute course correction, Colorado Democrats move to issue $2 billion in flat-rate taxpayer refund checks
Single filers would get $650 under the proposed change, while joint filers would get $1,300. The proposal hinges on a separate property tax relief ballot measure passing in November.
What’s Working: The back and forth recession fears continue in Colorado’s economy
Yes, no and maybe but what’s it to you? Plus: The $1 fee to file a new business startup expected to end this month, first-time homebuyers do exist and more
How first-time buyers are finding success — and frustration — in Colorado’s housing market
Higher interest rates and for-sale prices may be a barrier, but for those ready to plunge into home ownership, the best advice is to get educated.
Two programs that kept Coloradans fed through the pandemic are shrinking. One may even shut down.
Food justice programs are scrambling to keep delivering fresh fruits and vegetables to people in need.
Can a mixed-income community transform Denver’s Sun Valley neighborhood?
An ambitious plan to revitalize one of Denver’s poorest neighborhoods displaced 1,000 people. Fewer than 20% have returned as rebuilding drags on.
Cinco de Mayo has been distorted into a day of drinking. Denver groups are reclaiming the holiday’s true meaning.
Several leaders in Denver’s Westwood community are fighting back against the so-called “Cinco De Drinko” culture
Four Colorado colleges granted $5M by Delta Dental to expand oral health programs
The grants from Delta Dental of Colorado Foundation will either expand existing dental hygiene programs or create new ones to address a workforce shortage
Governor, Democrats unveil 10-year plan to prevent Coloradans’ property taxes from rising too quickly
The proposal hinges on voter approval of a measure on the November ballot. If the plan fails, the average Colorado homeowner would experience a property tax increase of 40%.
What’s Working: Colorado women earned 85.4 cents for every dollar a man made in 2021
It was even worse in the pandemic. Plus: CSU’s economic forecast for the state, daily paychecks and it’s National Small Business Week!