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6,000 Denver airport workers make under $15 an hour. A new...

The Denver International Airport workers who prepare your in-flight dinners and push your loved ones’ wheelchairs through the terminal don’t, in many cases, earn...

Denver City Council rejects ethics board’s advice, OKs new rules on...

The Denver City Council, against the advice of ethics watchdogs, has adopted new rules that will allow council members and the mayor to continue...

Carbon monoxide leak at Aloft Hotel sent 18 people to hospital

Eighteen people were given emergency treatment Tuesday after a carbon monoxide leak at the Aloft Hotel near Denver International Airport. Aurora Fire Rescue evacuated...

DIA renovation leaves employee futures uncertain

Last Friday, more than 50 food and retail workers wearing red “Am I fired?” t-shirts rallied at Denver International Airport to demand transparency and...

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s DIA’s new hotel —...

  Depending on whom you speak with, the hotel opening tomorrow at Denver International Airport resembles a bird in flight, or an airplane, or a...

Study puts Colorado high-speed passenger rail price tag at $22 billion

High-speed passenger rail service on dedicated tracks along the Interstate 25 and Interstate 70 corridors will cost $22 billion and likely require up to 50-percent funding by Colorado taxpayers, a Rocky Mountain Rail Authority (RMRA) spokesman said this week.

High-speed-rail $20 billion price tag raises eyebrows around the state

Even before it issues its final report later this month, the Rocky Mountain Rail Authority is generating plenty of buzz for its $15 billion...

I-70 Coalition chair: Don’t expect freeway fix, rail anytime soon

The stories from Front Range weekend warriors of typical two-hour drives on Interstate 70 turned into six-hour odysseys by jackknifed semis and brutal mountain...

Stimulus transit funding flows to Colorado, but is it nearly enough?

It’s still unclear just how much of the $90.2 million in federal stimulus money headed Colorado’s way for urban transit will go to RTD’s FasTracks commuter and light-rail, but what is abundantly clear is it won’t be enough.