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Life after losing everything

Dec 21, 2012
In June 2012, Marketplace Money shared the story of the Gulis, a couple whose home and business were destroyed in the Colorado wildfires. We check in on them six months later and find out how they're rebuilding their lives after losing nearly everything.
Posted In: colorado, natural disasters, Hurricane Sandy

States can 'legalize it', but can someone sell it?

Nov 9, 2012
On Tuesday voters in Colorado and Washington approved legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes.
Posted In: marijuana, 2012 elections, colorado, Washington

Drought? What drought? Homeowners fined for brown lawns

Jul 27, 2012
A homeowners association in Denver has issued hundred of tickets to residents this year for failing to keep up their lawns in the drought.
Posted In: homeownership, colorado, lawns

Colorado shooting suspect bought weapons online

Jul 23, 2012
The suspect in the Colorado theater massacre makes his first court appearance this morning. James Holmes isn't talking to police. But he left a behind a rich Internet trail. Authorities say it shows how easy it was for Holmes to buy lethal supplies.
Posted In: online shopping, weapons, colorado, legal

Colorado shooting brings up questions of online weapon sales

Jul 23, 2012
All eyes are on Colorado right now in the wake of the tragic movie theater shooting. Among the many conversations the incident has sparked is a debate about the accessibility of weapons, including assault weapons like the guns used by alleged shooter James Holmes.
Posted In: colorado, online shopping

Wildfires stifle Colorado's tourism industry

Jun 29, 2012
As wildfires rage across Colorado, state officials are being cautious in how they describe the conflagration, hoping not to scare away its major tourism industry, like it did in 2002.
Posted In: tourism, wildfire, colorado

Fires claim Colorado Springs icon

Jun 27, 2012
The Flying W is not just a ranch and restaurant -- it's an institution. Aaron Winter, the Flying W's director of sales and marketing, talks about what's next.
Posted In: colorado, wildfire

Drought conditions hit Rocky Mountain tourism

Jun 26, 2012
Colorado got only 2 percent of its normal snowpack, which means low rivers this summer. But what's bad for rafting guides is good for fishermen.
Posted In: colorado, tourism, drought, fishing, rafting

Tahoe ski resorts bid for Winter Olympics

May 8, 2012
Squaw Valley hosted the Olympic games back in 1960. The company hopes history repeats itself.
Posted In: Olympics, tahoe, Squaw Valley, skiing, Vail, colorado

Colorado corporations buy Tahoe ski resorts

Apr 17, 2012
Companies from Colorado bring jobs and capital to Lake Tahoe's ski industry, but also higher prices and local dissent.
Posted In: Mergers and Acquisitions, skiing, tahoe, colorado

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