A plan to turn a former prison in southeast Colorado into a treatment center for the homeless appears to have cleared a final hurdle.
A plan to turn a former prison in southeast Colorado into a treatment center for the homeless has been defeated by state lawmakers.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is returning from a weeklong trip to Israel, and he will have some big decisions to make when he gets back on the job.
A dispute over what to do with a former prison in rural southeast Colorado is dividing the state Legislature.
Among the Colorado historical sites making the list of Colorado’s most endangered places is a place seeped in tragedy and pop culture, Fort Lyon.
An aging former prison in southeast Colorado is unusable for many purposes and should be turned into housing for the chronically homeless, state budget-writers were told Thursday.
A wildfire in southeast Colorado has spread to nearly 22 square miles, but it is about 90 percent contained after drops of water and fire retardant from the air and work by ground crews.