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More Coloradans moving out as population growth brings traffic headaches, higher home prices

More Coloradans moving out as population growth brings traffic headaches, higher home prices

Ten thousand more people left Colorado in 2016 than in 2015 and the outflow last year was nearly 30,000 above the 2010 to 2015 average of 163,368 residents departing for other states, according to the American Community Survey that the U.S. Census Bureau conducts each year.

Centerra developer McWhinney sues former partners, says bogus loans, fraud led to foreclosure

Centerra developer McWhinney sues former partners, says bogus loans, fraud led to foreclosure

McWhinney is suing its former partners in the Promenade Shops at Centerra for $92 million, claiming a bogus loan and a series of fraudulent dealings sent the Loveland shopping center into foreclosure.

Centerra developer McWhinney sues former partners, says bogus loans, fraud led to foreclosure

Centerra developer McWhinney sues former partners, says bogus loans, fraud led to foreclosure

McWhinney is suing its former partners in the Promenade Shops at Centerra for $92 million, claiming a bogus loan and a series of fraudulent dealings sent the Loveland shopping center into foreclosure.

Centerra developer McWhinney sues former partners, says bogus loans, fraud led to foreclosure

Centerra developer McWhinney sues former partners, says bogus loans, fraud led to foreclosure

McWhinney is suing its former partners in the Promenade Shops at Centerra for $92 million, claiming a bogus loan and a series of fraudulent dealings sent the Loveland shopping center into foreclosure.

Re/Max threatened with delisting by NYSE after internal investigation delays earnings report

Re/Max threatened with delisting by NYSE after internal investigation delays earnings report

Re/Max Holdings’ decision to withhold its latest earnings report while it investigates potentially unethical behavior by its co-CEOs  has drawn a warning from the New York Stock Exchange that the company could be delisted from the powerful financial market.

Here’s why some of the world’s biggest retailers, and many others, are flocking to north metro Denver

Here’s why some of the world’s biggest retailers, and many others, are flocking to north metro Denver

An unprecedented $350 million worth of commercial projects broke ground along the I-25 corridor in Thornton in 2017, city economic development officials say. There is little reason to think the flood of development will stop any time soon, and neighbors Westminister

Hurricane Maria may be U.S. preview of climate-fueled migration

Hurricane Maria may be U.S. preview of climate-fueled migration

Hurricane Maria’s devastation of Puerto Rico may offer a preview for Americans of one of the most jarring potential consequences of global warming: the movement of large numbers of people pushed out of their homes by the effects of climate change.

Hurricane Maria may be U.S. preview of climate-fueled migration

Hurricane Maria may be U.S. preview of climate-fueled migration

Hurricane Maria’s devastation of Puerto Rico may offer a preview for Americans of one of the most jarring potential consequences of global warming: the movement of large numbers of people pushed out of their homes by the effects of climate change.

Finding workers a challenge in Colorado’s bid for Amazon campus

Finding workers a challenge in Colorado’s bid for Amazon campus

Colorado, which has the second lowest unemployment rate of any state, isn’t producing enough technology graduates to meet current demand and will face further strains if Amazon locates a campus with 50,000 workers here.

Home rebuilding: A long and costly burden for storm victims

Home rebuilding: A long and costly burden for storm victims

With floodwaters nearing knee height, Arlene Estle fled to the upstairs of the Houston house where she’s lived for 50 years and raised four children. It was many hours later before her son-in-law arrived by boat to rescue her.