The pandemic’s downward pull on consumer spending in Colorado is undeniable, but so far declines in retail sales are lower than forecast in many places, with the brunt of losses concentrated in communities dependent on outside spending. Colorado municipalities captured
ALBANY, N.Y. — A coalition of states is following California’s lead in setting goals to jump-start a transition to electric-powered trucks, vans and buses in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve air quality for communities choked by diesel
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis signed a $30 billion budget Monday — later and far tighter than usual because of the coronavirus pandemic. The budget takes effect July 1 and dictates state spending through the end of next June. It calls
The U.S. economy may be in a pandemic-induced recession, but Colorado continues to see strong interest from companies looking to relocate and expand. Case in point, the Colorado Economic Development Commission on Thursday awarded $14.8 million in incentives to four
This summer, the Colorado Tourism Office’s usual tips for visitors — stick to trails, respect wildlife, scoop up dog poop — come with advice on wearing masks, staying 6 feet way from people and hand washing. Welcome to vacations in
Communities that are home to Colorado’s casinos are forging ahead with plans to reopen, even as they struggle to understand exactly how they get approval to do so. Government and business leaders in Gilpin County have submitted a 50-page request
The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday overturned a lower court decision to put Senate candidate Michelle Ferrigno Warren’s name on the June 30 Democratic primary ballot, siding with the Secretary of State’s Office. After Ferrigno Warren fell short of collecting
WASHINGTON — The wave of layoffs that has engulfed the U.S. economy since the coronavirus struck forced 5.2 million more people to seek unemployment benefits last week and Colorado set a staggering new record for claims in a single week.