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Temple Grandin urges workforce inclusion, trade skills

Local community leaders recently heard from renowned autism advocate Temple Grandin on employing people with disabilities and workplace inclusion. Developmental Pathways serves individuals with … more

Gov. Polis, Sen. Danielson, Rep. Duran talk with local women business leaders

Meagan Moodie, co-chair of the public policy committee for the Colorado Women's Bar Association, believes a woman should not have to choose between being an awesome mom to be an awesome business … more

Colorado Air Quality Control Commission adopts zero-emission vehicle standards

Coloradans will now have more access to electric vehicles with the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission’s vote of 8 to 1 approving a zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) standard for Colorado. “This is … more

In-N-Out Burger submits proposal for Lone Tree location

Lone Tree could be home to the Denver area's first In-N-Out Burger. In-N-Out has submitted a proposal to the City of Lone Tree for development of a new restaurant in the Park Meadows area, according … more

Denver's frozen factory (Photos)

Over the Fourth of July weekend, Little Man Ice Cream opened its new Denver factory on West Colfax Avenue. The factory, 4411 W. Colfax Ave., has been under construction for the last five years, but … more

Golden’s first food hall features eight restaurants and a bar

There’s a lot of passion to be found in each 200-square foot space that make up Golden’s new food hall. “Behind every counter, there’s a unique story to be told,” said Josh Dinar, a … more

New development planned for Bowles Crossing

Retail stores, restaurants and service centers are part of new development plans for Bowles Crossing. The plan also calls for a refreshed exterior and multi-family development near the shopping … more

Housing market flattening out: 5 things to know

The Denver area’s real estate boom that saw rents and housing prices skyrocket in recent years is slowing down, experts say. “It’s flattened out a lot,” said Jill Schafer, the head of the … more

Mental Health Colorado names new president, CEO

A new president and chief executive officer has been selected to lead Mental Health Colorado, an advocacy organization for mental health and substance use. Vincent Atchity will provide strategic … more

Creative solutions needed to meet workforce needs, Ivanka Trump told during area visit

Keeping Colorado's aerospace industry booming and competitive will require creative approaches to education, officials at Lockheed Martin told Ivanka Trump, senior White House adviser and the … more

Global glove company relocates US HQ to Arvada

For Drew Eakins, glove company Hestra’s decision to relocate to Arvada couldn’t have been better news. Not only had Eakins been keeping an eye on the Sweden-based company, he said, the new … more

Denver Water proposes removal of lead pipes

Denver Water is looking to tackle lead in consumer drinking water head-on — by removing all the lead pipes in its system. On July 1, the utility organization announced a new three-part plan to … more

CBD unregulated, but vendors undaunted

The sign in front of his business is subtle, yet Todd Muck said it can scare people off who are wary of the three-letter abbreviation and its association to the newest extension of the cannabis … more

RTD celebrates 50 years with party at Union Station

RTD has been moving people for 50 years. To celebrate, the Regional Transportation District will host a 50th anniversary party from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday, July 12 at Union Station Plaza, 17th … more

Columbine graduate works to help rename highway for slain teacher

A member of the Columbine High School class of 2000 plans to donate money from the sale of his artwork to help rename part of C-470 in honor of Dave Sanders, the teacher who was killed at the school … more

Effort seeks civic discourse, civility among different views

When Coloradans hear news reports that Amazon or any national tech giant is coming to to the state, Sam Bailey figures they imagine an invasion. “When you saw something on the news, like Amazon’s … more

Home projects suffer from worker shortage

Lynn Osborne has been remodeling two homes. They are different styles, in different states, with different contractors. But there has been one constant: delays due to a shortage of skilled labor. The … more

Pizza and beer spotlighted at Golden History Museum

Golden History Museum’s curator Mark Dodge finds food history a really fun topic to explore. And to provide the public with an exploration of the topic locally, the Golden History Museum, 923 10th … more

Oil, gas drilling can proceed while regulations are made

Colorado officials said May 21 that they had no plans to stop energy companies from drilling for oil and gas while regulators overhaul state rules to make health, safety and the environment their top … more

Food trucks are wheel deal

For Andrea Rayford and her husband, a food truck was the best means to reach their overall goal of opening a brick-and-mortar restaurant. “It was basically a lot cheaper to start a food truck,” … more
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