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Both the unemployment rate and foreclosure rate are sitting at historic lows in Colorado. Despite that, more adults than ever live with family, friends and nonrelated roommates, according to a new report from Shift Research Lab.

“It is hard for me to believe this is not an economic issue,” said Phyllis Resnick, a co-author of the report and executive director of the Colorado Futures Center.

Back in 2006, before the recession hit, there were 415,000 “doubled-up” households in the state. By 2017, the number had risen to 560,000, according to the report, which used counts from the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey.

And that increase doesn’t just reflect a larger population. The number of households of all types rose 16 percent in Colorado between 2006 and 2017, while the growth rate of doubled-up households was 34 percent.

About one in five households was doubled-up in 2006 in Colorado. Now it is around one in four.

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A 41-acre property centered around The Denver Post’s former printing and distribution center in the northwest reaches of Denver has been sold for an undisclosed sum.

The “Fox North” property at 4400 Fox St., in the city’s Globeville neighborhood, had been owned since 2008 by a joint venture created by Denver-area firms Woodspear Properties and Ascendant Development Corp. On Wednesday, those companies sold to Vita Fox North, an international partnership formed between Indianapolis-based Pure Development and Interland, out of Mexico City, according to a news release from real estate services firm CBRE.

CBRE represented the sellers in the transaction.

The property, near the 41st and Fox RTD rail station, was rezoned by the City Council last summer to allow for construction of buildings as tall as 12 stories, according to reporting in Denverite. The council followed that up by rezoning another parcel in the so-called “Fox Island” area of Globeville in February, allowing for buildings as..

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Eugene Water and Electric's pillars of physical, financial, social, mental, emotional and spiritual wellness are directly tied to the organization’s overall goals.

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The National Cancer Institute awarded a six-year, $8 million grant to the University of Hawaii Cancer Center to increase cancer clinical trials among minority and rural patients in Hawaii, the university announced Friday.

“By providing these cancer clinical trials and cancer patient care for both adults and children, The UH Cancer Center gives Hawaii residents the opportunity for the most effective treatments without having to leave the Islands,” said Jeffrey Berenberg, a UH Cancer Center professor…

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A crowd of nearly 300 people came out on Aug. 22 to recognize 33 health care industry workers and volunteers at the Phoenix Business Journal's Health Care Heroes event.

The annual awards celebration, held at the Hyatt Regency Scottsdale, is a celebration of one of the largest industry sectors in the region. Honorees come from all walks of health care, including doctors and nurses to volunteers and dentists.

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A volunteer Well-Being Committee is committed to keeping Rose Villa employees healthy.

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CareOregon contracts with Planned Parenthood, but Providence does not. That likely won't change.

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The Hawaii Department of Health announced Thursday that it cleared a fifth Oahu cannabis dispensary to begin retail sales of cannabis in Waikiki.

Aloha Green Apothecary, the first medical cannabis retailer to be approved in the state back in 2017, was approved for its second location at 2113 Kalakaua Ave., near The Polynesian Residences, Waikiki Beach, after passing its final on-site inspection Thursday.

Aloha Green's newest dispensary brings the total number of licensed retail medical cannabis…

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NeoLight, whose technology helps to treat jaundice in newborns, will use the new funding to further scale up the company as a result of the capital infusion from a famous NFL quarterback.

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