The U.S. Department of Labor is awarding nearly $84 million in grants to combat chronic unemployment and underemployment experienced by seasonal farm workers. Colorado is set to receive more than $1 million of that funding.
According to a new Forbes.com listing, Western cities—including the Fort Collins-Loveland region and Denver—are among the best places to do business in the country.
The Research Support Facility on the campus of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, or NREL, has received top marks for energy efficiency.
Rocky Mountain National Park officials are seeing a busy July 4 weekend. It's traffic they hope will boost what have so far been lower attendance numbers in 2011.
The Aurora-based University of Colorado Hospital will look to expand its network in other parts of the state after it nails down its just-announced deal in northern Colorado.
To the south, Memorial Health System in Colorado Springs hopes to expand its network beyond the state’s second largest city, if it can modify its limitations as a city-owned facility.
Those are just two of the ways in which Colorado hospitals are dealing with massive changes in the health care industry.