Cantaloupe or peaches? Alamosa Republican state Sen. Larry Crowder wants both to be Colorado’s official state fruits.
The man who shot and killed his stepdaughter at their home in Colorado Springs, apparently mistaking her for a burglar, is a decorated Fort Carson soldier who has served in Iraq.
Colorado’s agriculture commissioner is kicking off a three-week road trip meant to promote food produced in the state.
The man who was convicted in a deadly drunk driving crash has been sentenced to nearly 70 years behind bars.
Crews have fully contained a 925-acre wildfire in southern Colorado that at one point threatened the historic Pike’s Stockade.
The U.S. Forest Service says a wind-driven wildfire burning on an estimated 925 acres in southern Colorado is about 50 percent contained.
The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission is considering fish and hunting issues.
An immigrant tuition bill has gotten its first-ever support from Republicans in the Colorado Senate.
Police say two women went on an identity theft crime spree that spread from Colorado to Illinois. One woman has been arrested and the other is still on the loose.
A Colorado lawmaker says he’s worried that President Barack Obama’s nominee for defense secretary might revive plans to expand a southeast Colorado Army training site.