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Goodwill Workers Find Centuries-Old Bible In Warehouse

Goodwill Workers Find Centuries-Old Bible In Warehouse

Employee returns to descendant of original owner

After a bible published in 1812 was discovered in the warehouse of a Denver Goodwill, an employee tracked down a descendant of the original owner to return it. Read More »

High Hopes for Cannabis Careers in the Wild West

High Hopes for Cannabis Careers in the Wild West

The cannabis industry is attracting all age groups

With the first recreational marijuana stores opening for business in Colorado, entrepreneurs are staking their claim for the next Green Rush. Read More »

Where The Jobs Are: 25 Places With Double-Digit Job Growth

Where The Jobs Are: 25 Places With Double-Digit Job Growth

It's still a tough job market, but these 25 counties can make it a lot easier to find work and a great place to live. Check out the top 10 counties to find jobs in the gallery below, or see the full list of 25 on CNNMoney. Read More »

Want A Raise? Cities Where Workers Have The Best And Worst Chances

Want A Raise? Cities Where Workers Have The Best And Worst Chances

By Chad Brooks Workers in Denver will see the largest raises next year, according to a new study. Research by human resources firm Aon Hewitt revealed that employees in Colorado's capital can expect salary increases of 3.6 percent in 2013, above the projected national average of 3 percent. Read More »

Workplace Violence: Is The Recession Inspiring Worker Rage?

Workplace Violence: Is The Recession Inspiring Worker Rage?

It was perhaps the least appropriate time to make a threat to a co-worker using a "Batman" reference. But in late July, Neil Prescott's bosses at Pitney Bowes told him over the phone that he was being fired, he apparently was livid. "I'm a Joker and I'm gonna load my guns and blow everybody up," Prescott, 28,... Read More »

Rookie Firefighter Sees Her Home Burn Down While Fighting Wildfire

Rookie Firefighter Sees Her Home Burn Down While Fighting Wildfire

Emily Franklin didn't hesitate before throwing herself into the middle of the action on her first day as a firefighter. The 18-year-old resident of Estes Park, Colo., reported for duty as the state's epic wildfire began raging through her town, located about 50 miles northwest of Denver. Read More »

Colorado Unemployment Guide

Colorado Unemployment Guide

If you've recently lost your job in Colorado, you may be eligible for Colorado Unemployment Insurance benefits. This is a guide to filing your claim for Colorado unemployment benefits. Since each situation may have its own unique circumstances, make sure you check with the contact numbers and websites listed... Read More »

Server Alleges Aspen Restaurant Operators Illegally Pooled Waitstaff's Tips

Server Alleges Aspen Restaurant Operators Illegally Pooled Waitstaff's Tips

Waiting on restaurant tables can be demanding and messy work. For many food servers, however, the reward lies in the form of tips that customers leave, making an otherwise paltry-paying job a bit more lucrative. Waitstaff might do even better if they didn't have to part with some of those earnings. It's... Read More »

Feds Sue Colorado Hampton Inn For Firing Non-Hispanic Workers

Feds Sue Colorado Hampton Inn For Firing Non-Hispanic Workers

The federal government is suing a Hampton Inn franchise in rural Colorado on behalf of at least three white and non-Hispanic employees who say that they were fired based on negative stereotypes, according to the lawsuit filed last week. The suit alleges that Century Shree Corp. and Century Rama Inc., owners... Read More »

Obama Pitches Jobs Plan In Denver

Obama Pitches Jobs Plan In Denver

By Erica Werner LOS ANGELES (AP) -- President Barack Obama is heading to Denver to pitch his jobs plan in the city where he accepted the Democratic nomination. But as he's acknowledged at fundraisers up and down the West Coast, this election isn't like 2008. Obama told a star-studded Hollywood fundraiser... Read More »

Logger Says Cut Off Toes To Free Himself

Logger Says Cut Off Toes To Free Himself

By Keith Coffman A western Colorado logger said Wednesday that he amputated all the toes on his right foot with a pocket knife to free himself after a 7-ton trailer landed on his foot, trapping him in an isolated forest. Read More »

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