United Airlines Inc. has managed to get a troublesome lawsuit moved from state to federal court where on Nov. 19 it will argue that the judge should dismiss the case before goes any further.
At least 30 people across nine states have fallen ill in an outbreak of Salmonella infections traced to “Living Alfalfa Sprouts” supplied by Sprouts Extraordinaire of Denver. A number of the victims reported eating fresh…
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Colorado will know by mid-May if Senate Republicans were as quick to make a deal with the restaurant industry as were House Democrats. The outcome could mean more money to pay for local restaurant inspections,…
Continue Reading More money for scoreless restaurant inspections advances in Colorado
Denver’s Lombardi Brothers Meats issued a July Fourth eve recall of approximately 26,975 pounds of tenderized steak and ground beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7, according to the U.S. Department…
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An act that would require meat, chicken and fish to be sold with a label indicating their country of origin has made its way to district court after being struck down by the World Trade…
Continue Reading COOL Act Moves to U.S. District Court in Denver
At least 60 people have been hospitalized after eating at a Denver homeless shelter Sunday night. Less than an hour after eating a turkey dinner served at the Denver Rescue Mission at 7 p.m., dozens…
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Bob McDonald, Denver’s environmental health director, wants restaurateurs and the public at large to understand how the city now enforces inspections.
McDonald met Tuesday with some of Denver’s restaurateurs who are upset because more fines
Denver’s restaurateurs hurting from the Great Recession agreed to a deal in which the Department of Environmental Health stopped posting reports of critical violations for customers to see, in exchange for accepting higher fines for
A campaign aimed largely at asking how safe restaurants or day care centers can be if the people working there are not provided with paid sick leave ended in a crushing defeat this week in
In liberal enclaves like Seattle, San Francisco and Washington D.C., paid sick leave mandates on private businesses are just considered the routine business of city councils.
But in Denver, which is pretty liberal by mountain
In the spring it was an Applebee’s near Detroit and this summer it’s a Chili’s restaurant outside of Denver. They are recent examples of how busy bartenders, names for children’s drinks too easily confused with