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Just three weeks ago, the Colorado General Assembly appeared well on its way to passing new fees and regulations on oil and gas companies that industry leaders warned would slow the explosion of one of Colorado's fastest growing industries. Comment?
Just three weeks ago, the Colorado General Assembly appeared well on its way to passing new fees and regulations on oil and gas companies that industry leaders warned would slow the explosion of one of Colorado's most growing - and controversial - industries. Comment?
A business-backed proposal to study whether Colorado is underutilizing minority- and women-owned contractors died in a Senate committee Wednesday. Comment?
Colorado's oil and gas companies working in the booming Wattenberg field north of Denver would be required to step up their tests of groundwater before and after new wells are drilled under a bill working its way through the state Legislature. Comment?
Cabela's has started hiring 450 people to staff its two new metro Denver stores and a recently opened digital innovation office in Westminster. Comment?
San Rafael, Calif.-based Seagate Properties Inc., doing business as Seagate Colorado Partners LLC, dropped $21 million to purchase Newport Village, 8901 Colorado Blvd., Thornton, from lender Municipal Mortgage & Equity LLC . Comment?
The Colorado House of Representatives gave final approval Friday to Senate Bill 33, the so-called ASSET measure making undocumented students eligible for resident tuition rates at state colleges and universities. Comment?
The Regional Transportation District hasn't even sent out its request for proposals to build its North Metro Rail Project and already has its first unsolicited proposal. Comment?
A - is currently based at 1815 Boxelder St., Louisville. It will move to a 75,000-square-foot building at 12777 Claude Court in Thornton by mid-year, officials said. Comment?
The owner of Daveco Liquors in Thornton, billed as "the largest liquor store in the world," will give up that ownership following his guilty plea to a felony racketeering charge. Comment?
Local governments around the Denver area are, by and large, passing on adopting building code regulations requiring new homes to include fire sprinklers, The Denver Post reports . Comment?
Hani D. Sawaged , 53, owner of the sprawling Daveco Liquors store in Thornton, has pleaded guilty to racketeering and will have to pay $1,303,502 in restitution, Denver prosecutors said Tuesday. Comment?