CU gets $300K for coal gasification research

The University of Colorado is getting federal funding for research aimed at helping use coal more efficiently and cleanly. The Department of Energy said Tuesday...

42% of Colo. companies plan to hire this year

Forty-two percent of Colorado companies plan to hire workers this year, according to a just-released Mountain States Employers Council survey conducted in January. Another 24 percent plan...

GOP Senate candidate to address Colorado doctors

Republican Senate candidate Ken Buck wants to repeal the new federal health care law. He'll be asked for details as he meets with Colorado...

Mortgage delinquincies hit record high

A record 12 percent of homeowners with a mortgage are behind on their payments or in foreclosure as the housing crisis spreads to borrowers...

Lawmakers oppose federal bailout for states

The new Republican-led House is showing no appetite for making federal taxpayers help state and local governments cope with widespread budget problems. Even some...

Judge approves new rules under Arkansas River Compact

The Water Judge for the Division 2 Water Court in Pueblo, Dennis Maes, has approved new rules that will allow the state to enforce...

SBA program finances a record $1.59 billion

One of the Small Business Administration's programs set a 50-year record in fiscal 2010, financing more loans than ever before. The SBA's Small Business Investment...

Denver airport’s latest sculpture: God of the dead

Sculptures outside Denver International Airport already include a 30-foot-tall, rearing blue mustang with glowing red eyes, nicknamed "Bluecifer" by snickering locals. Now the airport has...

Colorado considers cuts to big game licenses

  The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission is considering cuts for big game hunting for elk, deer and pronghorn sheep this year.   The commission is meeting Thursday in Grand Junction, where members will decide the best ways to stabilize herds.   Biologists are recommending a quota of 139,000 limited elk licenses, which represents a […]
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Google launches trial of tap-to-pay phone system

Google Inc. launched its bid to dominate a world where the smartphone has replaced the wallet as the container for credit cards, coupons and...

Colo. lawmakers kill Ariz.-style immigration bill

Colorado lawmakers have killed a bill that would have copied Arizona's immigration law. A House committee unanimously voted to kill the bill on Monday at...

Citigroup says 218,000 affected by hackers

Hackers stole information for 360,000 Citigroup Inc. U.S. credit card accounts in a recent data breach, although the actual number of customers affected was...