Attendance numbers may be down at the State Fair this year, but overall, organizers are calling it a success.
Revenue is still on course with what it's been in previous years, so managers say they're happy with this year's turn out. Attendance ranged from around 29,000 to more than 66,000... more »
DENVER (AP) - The number of businesses filing for bankruptcy protection fell for the first time in four years in 2010, but a rising number of individuals filed for protection.
Statistics compiled by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Colorado show there were 1,349 bankruptcy filings among businesses in 2010,... more »
DENVER (AP) - Denver International Airport has set a record with more than 52 million travelers recorded last year.
Last year's total of 52.2 million people was an increase of nearly 2 percent over the number of travelers in 2008, the previous record.
Airport officials say 4.2 million... more »
The 2010 Colorado State Fair ends today Sept. 6--and the latest figures show more people went to this year's fair. Overall attendance is up 26,561 visitors, with a total of 470,907 fair goers during the first ten days of the fair. Based on data from the past five years, Labor... more »
A surprising new study finds that the cost of treating cancer in the United States nearly doubled over the past two decades. But expensive cancer drugs may not be the main reason why.
The study found that rising costs may have been driven more by the growing number of... more »
The unemployment rate soared in January in El Paso and Pueblo counties, according to figures released Wednesday by the Colorado Department of Labor.
El Paso County has an unemployment rate of 8.9-percent, while Pueblo County's is 9.5-percent.
The figures are not seasonally adjusted, so a spike from December... more »
Authorities have smashed one of the world's biggest networks of virus-infected computers. It was a data vacuum that stole credit cards and online banking credentials from as many as 12.7 million poisoned PCs.
The "botnet" of infected computers included PCs inside more than half of the Fortune 1,000 companies.... more »