Tens of thousands of people walked through Denver on Monday to honor Martin Luther King Jr. in one of the biggest turnouts in years for the city’s annual march and parade.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper begins his second term Tuesday in a formal inaugural ceremony on the Capitol steps. But that’s not all that’s going on.
A new attack ad in the very tight race for governor in Colorado suggests incumbent Gov. John Hickenlooper’s policies may have led to the murder of the state’s corrections department chief.
Colorado Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia manages a high-profile position while managing his diabetes. It’s something more than 300,000 Coloradans are living with today.
U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan is visiting Colorado schools to discuss excellence in education and leadership skills.
Incidence of diabetes are on the rise in Colorado. The American Diabetes Association is encouraging businesses to support a bike team for the Tour de Cure.
Colorado’s state museum has agreed to consult with Native American tribes after the museum closed an exhibit on the Sand Creek Indian massacre over complaints from descendants of the slaughter’s survivors that they weren’t consulted about the display.
Colorado’s economy is one of the nation’s strongest, but lawmakers from both parties have plans to improve it during the legislative term that begins this week.
A program to get books into the hands of 4-year-olds in Colorado hinges on the idea that families serve as a child’s most important teachers.
You can vote for which book you would like to see given away as the One Book 4 Colorado 2014. The statewide initiative “gives 4-year-olds in Colorado a book in English or Spanish to read with parents, siblings, friends and family.” One Book 4 Colorado is the result of collaboration between Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia’s office and several other agencies. It “stems from the idea that providing young children with access to books promotes early literacy and helps families serve as their children’s first and most important teachers.”