More workers are suing employers for overtime they're not being paid to work.
In a report by USA Today, we're seeing that more workers nationwide are suing employers under federal and state wage and hour laws.
The number of lawsuits filed last year, rose 32 percent. That's compared... more »
State officials are investigating whether operator error is to blame for the derailment of a small train at a children's amusement park in the foothills west of Denver.
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment says initial information indicates the engineer of the train at Tiny Town accelerated rather... more »
Tiny Town remains closed as authorities investigate what caused its small train to go off the rails and tip over.
Fifteen people - from children to grandparents - were injured in Wednesday's accident. Three of them - two adults and one child - were reported to be in serious... more »
The artist Christo is promoting his "Over The River" project this week in Colorado. This marks his first major appearance since his wife Jeanne-Claude died last November.
The project would involve suspending six miles of fabric over sections along a 40-mile stretch of the river. Christo will be in... more »
Artist Christo will appear in Colorado Tuesday and Wednesday as he continues planning for his Over the River art project.
Over The River is a planned two-week temporary work of art that calls for 5.9 miles of silver fabric panels to be suspended above the Arkansas River along a... more »
The Supreme Court says federal officials can indefinitely hold inmates considered "sexually dangerous" after their prison terms are complete.
The high court on Monday reversed a lower court decision that said Congress overstepped its authority in allowing indefinite detentions of considered "sexually dangerous." The challenge was brought by four... more »
Colorado lawmakers wrapped up their 120-day legislative session Wednesday by passing a controversial teacher tenure bill and killing a proposal to replace the state's standardized tests with new student assessments.
Top accomplishments this year included passing an $18.2 billion budget that dealt with a $1.3 billion shortfall.
Lawmakers... more »
Karen Simmons-Watson wouldn't have wished getting swine flu on anyone, but three months after enduring a serious bout with the H1N1 pandemic virus, she's almost glad she did.
"It's kind of a relief to have gone through it so I don't have to worry about it, and I don't... more »
A Fort Carson soldier serving in Iraq was killed when his vechile crashed. The one-vehicle rollover claimed the life of Sgt. 1st Class Duane A. Thornsbury, 30, of Bridgeport, West Virginia.
He died Sept.12 in Baghdad. He was assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group, Fort Carson,... more »