Billionaire Phil Anschutz appeals dismissal of his lawsuit seeking $8 million Colorado tax refund
Phil and Nancy Anschutz argue that changes to federal tax law made through the CARES Act entitle them to claim a refund on their 2018 state income tax bill
Judge rejects billionaire Phil Anschutz’s tax lawsuit, reveals how much money he wanted
The court rejected the argument that changes in tax law from the pandemic response entitled Anschutz and his wife to a refund
Billionaire Phil Anschutz and his wife are suing Colorado for a tax refund. How much they want is a secret.
Anschutz and his wife, Nancy, claim that changes in the federal tax code made through the CARES Act entitle them to lower taxes in previous years
Not every vaccinated Coloradan will be entered into the $1 million sweepstakes. Here’s how to check if you are.
Individuals vaccinated through the federal Veteran’s Administration weren’t initially included in the Colorado Comeback Cash drawings. That’s changed, though some are still left out.
Grand Junction keeps its grave for radioactive, Cold War dirt thanks to new coronavirus-aid package
Trump’s signature means a disposal site can remain open for another decade, averting millions of dollars in added expenses
Unemployed Coloradans won’t see federal jobless aid for weeks despite Trump signing coronavirus relief bill
The lag is due to potential changes in guidelines by the U.S. Department of Labor and the need to reprogram Colorado’s unemployment computer system
Updated federal coronavirus loan program offers more relief, but not all Colorado businesses are eligible
The new congressional coronavirus relief bill now allows small businesses to deduct expenses paid for by forgivable Paycheck Protection Program loan funds and other federal grants
What’s Working: CARES Act II inches closer as 280,000 Coloradans will lose unemployment benefits day after Christmas
What CARES Act Part II may offer to the unemployed, plus a Denver effort to help salons and barbershops, free rent and mental-health support and 75,000 job openings
On Edge: Heightened anxiety, depression are testing Colorado’s already-frayed safety nets
As coronavirus makes another virulent run through Colorado, a silent epidemic of mental health challenges is feeding on the anxiety and isolation of the pandemic.
Six months after eviction, a Denver woman wonders if she’ll ever have stable housing again
With winter approaching and COVID-19 cases on the rise, renters in arrears and housing advocates are all grateful for the eviction moratoriums, but say it’s far from enough.
Eviction ban or not, Colorado tenants still worry about their rent while landlords struggle to survive
Federal unemployment benefits helped the jobless pay their bills. But as the pandemic drags on and the aid dries up, renters and their landlords are seeking other solutions.
Colorado opens statewide in-person voting with rules designed to prevent coronavirus outbreaks
Counties across the state have set up voting procedures to address health guidelines and voter fears about COVID-19, using money from the federal CARES Act to buy everything from gloves to disposable pens.
Colorado families are leaving $58 million in federal food aid on the table. Time is running out to apply.
Most school districts set up meal programs during school closures, but a Chalkbeat analysis found they served just a fraction of the meals they normally would provide to children living in poverty
Here’s the latest look at which Colorado businesses received Paycheck Protection Program loans — and how much they got
Search the 109,170 small businesses that received a federal Paycheck Protection Program loan in Colorado, though most business names were withheld.
Why Colorado’s housing market looks so hot even though coronavirus is ravaging the economy
Home prices are up, the mortgage industry is thriving and 93.9% of renters paid July rent. But sudden unemployment caused a widening of cracks that have been there all along.
Coronavirus moved some substance treatment services online in Colorado — possibly permanently
Private and group therapy sessions are now happening over Zoom. Clinicians in rural areas are connecting with clients over the phone. Even AA took 12-step programs online. For many, it's working well.
Hickenlooper: Our plan to fight for a healthier future for all Coloradans
Opinion: What “Build Back Better” recovery could mean for Colorado
Audio: The end of the unemployment boost in Colorado
Tamara Chuang talks with KUNC's Colorado Edition about her story
The $600 federal unemployment benefit is ending. Here’s what that means for out-of-work Coloradans.
The state added 100,000 workers to the labor force in June, a recovery of about 37% of jobs lost between February and April. But coronavirus infections are on the rise, and new safety restrictions are being enacted.