A bill guaranteeing firefighters the right to form a union passed out of a Senate committee on Wednesday.
A labor question that could test Democratic solidarity in the Colorado Legislature has gone in favor of the unions – for now.
A looming bill on firefighters and labor rights could expose cracks in the unified Democratic front controlling Colorado government.
Many of Colorado’s state courts have a new home after the new state judicial center officially opened Monday afternoon.
Gov. John Hickenlooper will join Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael Bender, Attorney General John Suthers and former Gov. Bill Ritter Monday to dedicate the new Ralph L. Carr Judicial Center.
Boulder County is requiring new single-family detached homes to be set up so owners can charge an electric car there — or at least be able to accommodate installation of an outlet to charge a 240-volt vehicle later.
A proposal to allow collective bargaining for Colorado firefighters without local government approval is coming back to the Legislature.
Former Gov. Bill Ritter through a spokesman says that he has not received a call from the White House about a possible cabinet post.
Gov. John Hickenlooper says the way the state hires, fires and pays employees needs to be changed, and two of his predecessors agree.
Racers in this week’s USA Pro Challenge in Colorado are getting closer to the finish line in Denver on Sunday, and they aren’t letting shocking news that has emerged in the cycling world slow them down.