Economists called the state’s economy resilient but they’re also more pessimistic than they were a year ago. Plus economies around the state and more!
Inflation is still high, but the mobile service providers say they charge the same price everywhere. What’s the cause? Rising taxes and fees. Plus: Affordable phone plans, more!
Even the Vatican knows about San Luis, a county with one of the state’s highest poverty rates, but the tourists don’t stop. Plus: 3,500 broadband jobs, apartment rent breaks, holiday shopping and more!
WINS helps female network engineers network into leadership. Plus: Colorado’s jobless rate up to 3.3%, Thanksgiving dinner is cheaper this year, and more!
As this corner of the state deals with coal-fired power plants shutting down and sagging oil and gas revenue, diversifying the local economy is now in full gear. Plus: Colorado home sales are down though prices are up.
The new $15.69/hr wage only applies to unincorporated Boulder County. Commissioners hope the rest of the county will join them in 2025. Plus: Three Front Range population declines, time to vote and more!
At least that’s the business community’s take on new job-openings data. Plus: Wage growth is flat, if not lower when adjusted for inflation.
There’s a growing number of unemployed Coloradans but officials say the rate is similar to the pre-pandemic era. Plus: The cable industry returns to Denver but really the industry never left.
Results are imminent for feds picking 20 innovation hubs. But is it just a marketing tool? Plus: Denver inflation up to 5.4%, Comcast picks Colorado Springs for tech rollout and more!
State Demographer Elizabeth Garner talks about migration and answers questions leftover from SunFest. Plus: Affordable housing experiments, Kaiser strike updates, more!