Annie Taylor, ABC2NEWS

Annie Taylor

ABC2NEWS

Denver, CO, United States

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Past articles by Annie:

What to know when applying for unemployment benefits

You should not expect to get your full paycheck. Benefits usually cover 50 to 60 percent of what you are used to receiving from your employer. → Read More

Wife desperate to get husband back to U.S. amid travel bans due to COVID-19 outbreak

“We are told we are not allowed back into the U.S because the borders of Peru have been closed, and so there is no travel between the regions,” he said. → Read More

Yale’s most popular class, The Science of Well-Being, now offered to public for free online

Most of us won’t have the chance to actually go to Yale University, but with the COVID-19 pandemic, the school’s most popular class on campus is now free online. → Read More

Graduation ceremonies canceled, postponed amid COVID-19 outbreak

What should be a time filled with joy and excitement is now a mixed bag of emotions. → Read More

Teachers turn to remote classrooms as schools close

Math teacher Marilyn Hartzell has turned her kitchen into an at-home classroom. → Read More

Milk and juice are cornerstones of childhood, but not the healthiest choices

Growing up, a glass of milk and a cup of juice were considered necessary for our health, but some doctors say that’s not the case. → Read More

Hair salon trend brings to light gender-neutral pricing

It’s not just haircuts that are priced by gender. The Pink Tax has brought to light the extra money women pay for products such as razors, shampoo, clothes, dry cleaning and more. → Read More

Millennials in the workplace: Why some prefer to job hop until they find their fit

“If they aren’t getting it where they are, they are quick to leave." → Read More

Homes being built specifically for renters, not buyers

Buying a home has been part of the American dream for as long as we can remember, but as home prices rise and competition grows, that dream can be difficult to make a reality. However, things might be changing as new homes are being built specifically for renters. → Read More

Check out what people were Googling during the Super Bowl

The vice president of YouTube says Super Bowl fans turn to Google and YouTube to help them experience the game in a more meaningful way by asking questions. → Read More

Innovative campus gives students alternative path to success

One innovative campus in Colorado is giving students the ability to go straight from high school to a high paying job. → Read More

Business furnishes Airbnbs with items that guests can buy

A woman has taken short-term rentals to another level by creating a business that allows guests to buy anything in their Airbnbs. → Read More

Those cheap flights promoted online can save you money, but often not as much as advertised

You’ve probably seen them on your social media feed – those crazy cheap flight deals, some as low as $29.99. Those deals often seem too good to be true, so what’s the catch? → Read More

Some turning to blue light glasses to help them sleep, reduce eye strain

Some people are turning to blue light glasses to help them sleep and reduce the strain on their eyes from staring at screens all day. But do they work? → Read More

Some turning to blue light glasses to help them sleep, reduce eye strain

Some people are turning to blue light glasses to help them sleep and reduce the strain on their eyes from staring at screens all day. But do they work? → Read More

Some turning to blue light glasses to help them sleep, reduce eye strain

Some people are turning to blue light glasses to help them sleep and reduce the strain on their eyes from staring at screens all day. But do they work? → Read More

People using light therapy to reduce aches, pains and stress

Aches, pains and stress are just a way of life as we get older, but there’s a new trend that claims to reduce all of those issues. It’s called light therapy. → Read More

Going cashless comes with both pros and cons

For decades now, we’ve heard the saying “cash is king,” but businesses are increasingly only taking credit cards. The move comes with both pros and cons. → Read More

Going cashless comes with both pros and cons

For decades now, we’ve heard the saying “cash is king,” but businesses are increasingly only taking credit cards. The move comes with both pros and cons. → Read More

Going cashless comes with both pros and cons

For decades now, we’ve heard the saying “cash is king,” but businesses are increasingly only taking credit cards. The move comes with both pros and cons. → Read More