Chuck Burns was skeptical when he got a $600 bill in the mail for delinquent dues to the Colorado City Improvements Corporation. He checked his title paperwork and discovered that he did, in fact, belong to the association.
But in the seven years he had lived in his... more »
Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Hickenlooper says the state could tap part of the $33 billion state retirement fund for loans to small businesses.
Hickenlooper told workers at a prescription data center on Tuesday the state should use its assets for loans.
He says the state could raise $100... more »
The Pueblo Education Association and Pueblo City Schools (District 60) released a joint statement Tuesday declaring impasse on a new contract. Five times the two sides have met, but they have not been able to agree on several issues.
Points of contention include teacher work load, student discipline, wages... more »
The National Association of Home Builders says its housing market index slipped in March, as harsh winter weather and competition from foreclosed properties hurt builders' sales prospects.
The Washington-based trade association said Monday its index slipped two points to 15, back to its January level. Readings below 50 indicate... more »
A sperm donor passed on a potentially deadly genetic heart condition to nine of his 24 children, including one who died at age 2 from heart failure, according to a medical journal report.
Two children, both now teenagers, have developed symptoms and are at risk for sudden cardiac death,... more »
Researchers using brain scans believe they've found the root of ADHD.
Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder is one of the most prevalent mental disorders in children and teens - but it can also persist long past adolescence. It can impair a person's ability to pay attention, complete tasks and be productive.... more »