They may not be able to prevent the Rocky Mountain News from closing, but employees of Colorado’s oldest newspaper aren’t going down without a fight. More than 200 people held a candlelight vigil outside the newspaper’s headquarters in downtown Denver. Bente Birkeland reports from Denver.
Democratic state lawmakers and business leaders are pushing several measures they say will create thousands of new jobs in the coming years. The announcement follows news this week that Colorado’s unemployment rate has reached a five year high, at 6.1 percent. Bente Birkeland reports from Denver.
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