Reference To Slavery Will Remain In Colorado ConstitutionA reference to slavery will remain in Colorado's constitution.
Professor Disciplined For Inviting ActivistColorado Mesa University has disciplined an assistant professor who invited a political activist to recruit his students to campaign for Hillary Clinton.
Billionaires Help Push Soda Taxes In Boulder, Other U.S. CitiesVoters in Boulder approved a sugary drink tax last week, in what seems to be a trend across the nation.
'Yes On 300' Marijuana Supporters Declare Victory In DenverWith a more than 17,000 vote lead, proponents of Denver’s Initiative 300 are claiming victory.
Hundreds Of Students Protest TrumpHundreds of students in Denver walked out of class on Monday morning to protest Donald Trump's presidential election.
Colorado Lawmakers Elect New House Speaker, Senate PresidentColorado's state Legislature isn't changing hands between parties — but both the House and Senate have elected new bosses because of term limits.
Father Of Colorado Theater Victim Loses Bid For State SenateThe father of a man killed in the Aurora movie theater shootings has lost his bid for a Colorado state Senate seat.
Here's Why Trump Failed To Win In ColoradoColorado was one of only a few battleground states that President-elect Donald Trump's campaign poured a lot of resources into and went on to lose.
Glenn Releases Statement, Formally Concedes In Senate RaceRepublican U.S. Senate challenger Darryl Glenn has formally conceded to incumbent Democrat Michael Bennet.
Supporters Say Minimum Wage Increase Benefits All Of ColoradoVoters approved a minimum wage increase in Colorado that supporters say will come back to the community.
Changes To Colorado's Constitution Will Be Harder NowVoters have approved an amendment to Colorado's constitution that will actually make it harder to add more amendments in the future.
Single-Payer Health Care Supporters Plan To Try AgainSupporter of Amendment 69, the single-payer health care system that was rejected by voters, say they plan to try again.