Joe Biden will make a stop in Denver on Tuesday
Biden will participate in a "Build Back Better" event, according to the White House. Further details on his appearance were not released.
What’s Working: There are more job openings than Coloradans on unemployment. Matchmaking isn’t easy.
As pandemic unemployment comes to an end next week, some struggle to find a job or fear catching COVID-19. Plus: Businesses try to hire, wages are rising and what happened when some states ended federal benefits early?
Federal loans saved Colorado salons last year. But now other economic forces are cutting their profits.
Salons were among the top industries to apply for federal PPP loans in Colorado. They’re also among the smallest of the small businesses, with few resources to navigate the COVID recovery.
Half of Colorado lives in a day care desert. Here’s how that’s straining one mountain community.
Though officials say help is on the way, parents and child care providers are struggling in Colorado, a state where half the population lives in a day care desert.
Colorado tourism suffered a $9 billion loss in 2020. Lodging properties were hardest hit.
Local travelers did their best to make up for lost bookings, but missing meetings and conventions did a number on earnings
Opinion: Denver’s November bond election should include funds to finish Central Library renovation
The project is on the city’s priority list, but it’s missing from the bond question
What’s Working: As federal unemployment ends in 7 weeks, Colorado businesses are optimistic about their pandemic recovery
Department of Labor reveals how many unemployment accounts are on hold, businesses still struggle to find workers and a CU business school report finds that sales are back to pre-pandemic levels at half of businesses surveyed
Colorado business chambers prepared for the worst during coronavirus. It turns out things weren’t so bad.
Rampant business closures did not happen among members of local business chambers. Some say membership rose as businesses received federal aid and looked for help weathering the COVID storm.
Colorado lawmakers, governor unveil $700M state economic stimulus plan. Here’s where the money will go.
The money lawmakers are using to pay for the state stimulus plan comes from unexpected tax revenue.