Befitting its status as a national political bellwether, Colorado is home to at least three nationally watched political races that will be decided Tuesday.
The entrepreneurs of the young U.S. marijuana industry are taking another step into the mainstream, becoming political donors who use some of their profits to support cannabis-friendly candidates and ballot questions that could bring legal pot to more states.
Gov. John Hickenlooper says resolving land-use conflicts between energy companies and homeowners is one of the most important issues he’s worked on and he’s optimistic a panel he assembled will provide recommendations to minimize clashes.
Fans mourning the death of Robin Williams continued to flock Tuesday to the house made famous in Williams’ 1970s sitcom “Mork & Mindy.”
It’s one of the biggest concerns in Colorado’s highway system — what if the Eisenhower–Johnson Memorial Tunnels had to be closed and repaired? The state is moving one step closer to making sure that doesn’t happen.
While the big compromise announced this week may keep fracking off of the 2014 ballot, it may have only intensified the fight in the next round.
Not everyone is happy about a fracking compromise announced on Monday.
Gov. John Hickenlooper and Rep. Jared Polis announced Monday a compromise on Colorado’s contentious fracking issue that’s dominated ballot measures, resulted in a lawsuit and spurred voter-approved bans on drilling.
Immigration experts reacted on Sunday to Denver’s plan to possibly shelter and care for migrant children who have entered the country illegally by the tens of thousands since the fall.
Rep. Jared Polis, D-Boulder, praised the “poise and grace” of the children entering the United States across the Mexico border, just as Denver is considering seeking federal grants to care for them.