Every four years at this time the major candidates for president face off to discuss, argue and debate the nation's problems.
The first of the 2012 presidential debates is Wednesday night, and President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, each want to be seen as... Read More »
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 »
By Sophie Schechter, Minyanville Media
Popular TV shows such as "How I Met Your Mother" and "Friends" revere urban areas (in these cases, Manhattan) that are already popular, especially with recent college graduates. These shows capitalize on the cities that college students, on the threshold of graduation,... Read More »
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 »
A Denver cop who was fired after being arrested two years ago for driving more than twice the speed limit, and while drunk, may soon have his job back, following a ruling in his favor by the city's Civil Service Commission. But the city's safety manager is vowing to fight the decision.
Officer Derrick... Read More »
You have to say this for Derrick Curtis Saunders, he's got gumption. The former Denver police officer is petitioning to be reinstated after being fired from his job for driving a friend's car at speeds of more than 140 mph while impaired by alcohol.
Saunders pleaded guilty to charges of driving while... Read More »
Whether companies should pay employees for the time it takes them to get into uniforms required to perform the job has long been a bone of contention between management and labor.
The issue has been raised again by two nurses in Colorado, who have filed a lawsuit because they believe they should be paid to... Read More »
An elementary school gym teacher in Denver has been charged with a felony after she made a phony bomb threat, law enforcement officials say.
Jennifer Gomes, 42, a teacher at the Escuela de Guadalupe school in northwest Denver, is charged with one count of false reporting of explosives, according to the... Read More »
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 »
With millions of Americans out of work, job prospects for unemployed workers are pretty bleak in many parts of the country. Moreover, spending months if not years looking for work in the same city can leave many job seekers feeling like they are spinning their wheels.
So how about someplace new? As with the... Read More »
By Sheila V. Kumar
DENVER -- A Western-themed convention center planned for the Denver suburb of Aurora will rival ritzy hotels of Las Vegas, create a $1 billion economic impact after 2015, and generate thousands of jobs, according to the Nashville-based entertainment and hospitality company planning it. Read More »