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As a key labor union pushes into the South, red states push back - Unions such as the UAW argue their involvement can help boost wages and improve the work environment at auto
Smartphones can now last 7 years. Here’s how to keep them working. - Every smartphone has an expiration date. That day arrives when the software updates stop coming and you start missing out on new apps and security protections. With most phones, this used to happen after about only three
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“Chelsea” asked for nude pictures. Then the sextortion began. - ‘Chelsea’ Asked for Nude Pictures. Then the Sextortion
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One Tech Tip: Protecting your car from the growing risk of keyless vehicle thefts - Keyless entry systems have enabled a surge in auto thefts carried out through so-called relay attacks. Experts say it's relatively easy for drivers to secure their cars. You can get a signal blocker to hold your keys when you get
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2024 kitchen trends: Bold color choices, statement lights, functional islands - Say goodbye to bland kitchens. Colorado homeowners are moving away from neutrals and revamping their kitchens with vibrant colors, bold statement lights, and practical yet stylish islands. “The standard gray, white, or beige is finished, it’s burned
Colorado job, income growth shine even as inflation casts shadows - Colorado ranks 15th in country for job growth, 22nd in personal income
Moxy hotel opens on University Hill in Boulder - Moxy Boulder, a newly completed hotel in Boulder’s University Hill neighborhood near the University of Colorado campus, began welcoming guests on
Colorado joins lawsuit against concert promoter Live Nation, subsidiary Ticketmaster - The lawsuit said the largest concert company in the world hurts concert fans, musicians and the venues by being actively
The number of births continues to fall, despite abortion bans - Having fewer births means lower state costs for services such as subsidized day care and public schools at a time when aging baby boomers are straining
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White House pushes tech industry to shut down market for sexually abusive AI deepfakes - The victims — be they celebrities or children — have little recourse to stop the
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Seafood restaurant takes former Crafty Fox space in Fox Island - Capri Seafood and Bar will serve fine seafood cuisine, similar to downtown’s Water
Eight interested in buying Tattered Cover ahead of June 12 auction - Eight people or companies have expressed interest in buying some or all of Tattered Cover ahead of a June 10 bid deadline and June 12 auction date, the company
Boulder startup icon David Cohen to lead Techstars again - David Cohen, a longtime luminary of the Boulder startup scene, is retaking leadership of Techstars, the startup accelerator he co-founded and served as CEO for more than a
Education tech firm Guild lays off a quarter of its workforce - Denver-based Guild, an online worker training platform, offered a hard lesson to its employees on Wednesday, telling a quarter of them they would be let
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The invisible power of ‘nudging’ is leading diners to cut back on meat - The environmental footprint of livestock is huge, and the need to tackle it increasingly
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TikTok ban is popular with voters as AI stirs privacy fears, poll shows - More than half of respondents in seven battleground states predicted a negative impact from AI on privacy, with nearly half seeing a future negative impact on jobs, the poll
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Election year politics roil the EV transition - The U.S. auto industry faces a triple threat on the road to cleaner cars and
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Hims & Hers to sell inexpensive Ozempic alternative - Both brands, owned by the same company headquartered in San Francisco, plan to provide a one-month supply of the GLP-1 injections for
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Aviation experts to begin probe of Singapore Airlines turbulence incident that left British man dead - Aviation investigators arrived in Bangkok Wednesday to learn how and why turbulence sent a Singapore Airlines plane into a sudden dive, leaving a British man dead and dozens others
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Developer plans to replace Hyundai site in Boulder with housing - A development team led by Element Properties LLC has submitted a proposal to Boulder city planners that would transform the site of Foundation Hyundai of Boulder, a car dealership near the city’s Boulder Junction district, into an apartment community with
American Airlines blames 9-year-old girl for being filmed in plane bathroom: ‘Shocking and outrageous’ - The lawsuits against American Airlines started after a former flight attendant was arrested in connection with allegedly recording a 14-year-old girl in a plane’s bathroom on a Boston-bound
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Why one New York health system stopped suing its patients - American hospital officials often insist that lawsuits and other aggressive collections, though unsavory, are necessary to protect health systems’ finances and deter
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Trump or Biden? Either way, US seems poised to preserve heavy tariffs on imports - Biden and Trump agree on essentially nothing. Yet on trade policy, the two presumptive presidential nominees have embraced surprisingly similar
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Historic lake, summer campsite in Boulder County could become wellness travel site - A property steeped in Colorado history is now poised to stake its claim in the luxury and experiential travel
Which Colorado cities are U.S. News Best Places to Live? - Four Colorado cities are among the nation’s top 50 best places to live, according to the annual ranking compiled by U.S. News & World Report, including two that cracked the list’s top
Waivers don’t shield ski resorts that violate state law from liability, Colorado Supreme Court rules - The pages of fine print that skiers and snowboarders must agree to when hitting the slopes in Colorado — waivers of liability — do not protect ski resorts when resorts violate state laws or regulations, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled
Virtual medicine: How has telehealth improved the lives of people with substance disorders? - For those with opioid use disorder, being able to acquire medication to treat the condition in a discreet and efficient manner has been improving retention rates and reducing stigma around
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Denver’s mayor wants your kids to get a job, learn about money and stay safe this summer - The city hopes a $1.7 million program for young workers will help reduce youth
Red Lobster seeks bankruptcy protection days after closing dozens of restaurants - Red Lobster, the casual dining chain that won fans with inventions like popcorn shrimp and “endless” seafood deals, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
Target to lower prices on thousands of basic items as inflation sends customers scrounging for deals - Target is cutting prices on thousands of consumer basics this summer, goods ranging from diapers to milk, with more Americans paying closer attention to their spending as inflation cuts into household
April not a good month for hiring in Colorado - Colorado employers added a meager 300 jobs in April, with the private sector losing 600 jobs and governments adding 900 jobs, according to a monthly update from the Colorado Department of Labor and
As Denver office vacancy rates rise again, so does optimism for downtown’s future - Real estate experts and business advocates insist there's more to the story about the state of downtown than the uptick from a total vacancy level of roughly 31% at the end of
Colorado governor signs bill targeting airport impacts, but fight against noise and lead continues - The dispute over lead and noise has been most pronounced around Rocky Mountain and Centennial airports, which together have more than a half million annual landings and
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Bike shops boomed early in the pandemic. It’s been a bumpy ride for most ever since - For the nation’s bicycle shops, the past few years have probably felt like the business version of the Tour de France, with numerous twists and turns testing their
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Colorado’s housing market in April sees surge in available homes - According to April’s Market Trends Housing Report from the Colorado Association of Realtors, the state’s housing market is experiencing a shift toward more buyer opportunities. This report reveals that new listings have increased by 18% statewide,