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With nowhere to go, Coloradans are spending big on home improvements

While some worry about paying their rent, others are finding money to make the most of the house they have

Business

Coronavirus has struck construction sites across Colorado, including a school and off-campus housing project

Two workers from a landscaping company have died. Nursing home deaths have reached 932, but there are now twice as many resolved nursing home outbreaks as active ones.

Coronavirus

Opinion: Colorado home owners need more time to respond to defective construction

Opinion Columns

Even if you make more than minimum wage, this updated Colorado rule could affect you

After 10 months of debate and public input, the revised pay standards are adopted; increase to minimum salary threshold is delayed to 2021.

Business

Opinion: Driving salaried employees to the burnout point doesn’t benefit anyone

Opinion Columns

Colorado’s economy is predicted to keep growing in 2020, but slower. Here’s what this means.

University of Colorado's annual economic report is optimistic for agriculture (except for small farmers), bearish on construction (but there’s lots of ongoing activity) and more.

Business

What are those people doing hanging off of the Colorado Capitol’s gold dome? We found out.

A crew of painters -- who also are certified climbers -- is completing warranty work on one of Colorado’s most popular tourist attractions as part of a $16 million overhaul completed in 2014

News

Opinion: Denver is facing an affordable housing crisis – we all have to look past our own front door

Opinion Columns

Construction workers exploited by Colorado’s underground economy want to add bite to wage theft law

Wage theft is currently an unclassified misdemeanor, no matter how much is owed, but a new focus on fighting labor trafficking could change that in Colorado

Business

Focus on language helped drive down injuries for Spanish-speaking construction workers in Colorado

Efforts by insurers, construction companies and government to offer safety training also has financial benefit

Business

Opinion: Why population growth is destroying Colorado’s hopes to rein in climate change

Opinion Columns

A Denver construction company’s tech saved it lots of time and money. Then it shared with competitors — for free

PCL Construction is using technology -- specifically virtual reality -- to encourage collaboration, spur safety and attract young talent to the industry

Business