News

Pages

5:32am

Tue March 20, 2012

3:40pm

Mon March 19, 2012
Business

‘Help Wanted’ Common Request for Colorado Manufacturing Companies in 2011

Joost J. Bakker Ijmuiden/via Creative Commons

The manufacturing sector was a major contributor in 2011 to job postings across Colorado--although many of the job descriptions aren't what you'd expect.

Read more
Tags: 

2:35pm

Mon March 19, 2012
Housing

Using Seasonal Data to Predict Colorado Foreclosures in 2012

Creative Commons/Flickr

The latest report from foreclosure monitoring firm Realty Trac shows nationwide, overall foreclosure activity dipped slightly in February.  And the trend is similar in Colorado, with foreclosure auctions down by almost 7%.

Read more

12:29pm

Mon March 19, 2012
Business

Conference to Highlight Growth in Colorado's Mining Industry

The Colorado Mining Association kicks off a three-day conference in Denver Monday. The 114th National Western Mining Conference and Exhibition is expected to highlight the industry’s role in the state’s economy.

Read more

9:39am

Mon March 19, 2012
Health

Hospitals May Stop Charging Their Highest Prices To The Poor

Linda Conlin, 49, of Longmont, left, gets help from Ailsa Wonnacott, right, in dealing with hospital bills she can't pay because she is disabled. Wonnacott is head of the Association for Community Living in Boulder County.
Robert D. Tonsing Colorado Public News

Colorado hospitals charge their highest prices to the poorest, uninsured patients. That practice is now likely to end by late summer.

Read more

Pages