Republicans in the Colorado House approved a proposal to ask voters whether people should provide their photo ID before casting ballots.
Sometimes people in Colorado can take the mountains for granted, but a group of children will never forget their experience in the high country.
Requiring oil and gas companies to publicly disclose what chemicals they use in hydraulic fracturing is important, but it’s not the first line of defense for protecting public health and the environment.
University of Colorado economists expect more jobs to be created in Colorado in the new year, including the first gains in the construction industry in four years.
Federal aviation investigators say pilot error probably caused a small-plane crash southeast of Denver that killed two Colorado men in April.
An outbreak of listeria in cantaloupe blamed for the deaths of 29 people could be costly for grocery stores, a distributor and an auditing lab.
Video of a confessed killer tells a different story weeks before his arrest.
A woman facing animal cruelty charges is expected in court and she wants her animals back.
Two doctors accused in four deaths due to the overprescribing of painkillers are asking a federal judge to move their next court hearings from Grand Junction to Denver because it would be more convenient.
A woman caught with her two brothers after a nationwide manhunt told Colorado authorities she “deserved to get shot,” according to an arrest affidavit.