Gov. John Hickenlooper’s proposed Colorado budget for next year is influenced by what the state has to pay for historic wildfires and flooding, but the improving economy is allowing for increases to education.
A ballot question seeking to raise Colorado residents’ income taxes to benefit public schools has deep-pocketed support.
“Driven and motivated” — that’s how Gov. John Hickenlooper described the new man in charge of the Colorado State Patrol.
Denver District Judge William Hood III has been tapped to join the Colorado Supreme Court. Hood will replace retiring Chief Justice Michael Bender.
Marijuana’s acceptance is growing in Latin America as much as in the U.S., but the support is top-down in most countries except the United States, editors were told Monday at the 69th General Assembly of the Inter American Press Association.
The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday reaffirmed its decision that voters do not have to first vote “yes” or “no” on recall elections to have their votes for a successor validated, a ruling that could force the state to rewrite part of its constitution.
Coal Creek Canyon was hard hit by last month’s deadly flooding that ripped through Colorado. Gov. John Hickenlooper toured the damage on Friday for the first time.
Dave Matthews, The Fray, Big Head Todd and The Monsters along with members of the Lumineers and DeVotchKa will perform live at a concert for flood relief.
Colorado’s senators say the deal to end the government shutdown includes a provision that would allow the state to get the money it needs to repair roads damaged by flooding.
Gov. John Hickenlooper has announced a new website that will provide information about recovery efforts related to flooding in Colorado last month.