Colorado Man's Injuries Suffered During Rideshare Crash Leads To New LawRideshare companies like Uber and Lyft will soon have to further protect drivers and riders with greater insurance coverage following a series of loopholes one Colorado man fell through.
Prosecutors Debunk Mesa County Clerk's 2020 Election ClaimsProsecutors in a western Colorado county said Thursday they found no evidence of tampering in the 2020 presidential election as alleged by a clerk who has become a prominent voice among those promoting former President Donald Trump's false claims of a stolen election.
New Law Puts More Doctors & Therapists Under One RoofAt Tepeyac Community Health Center, "treating the whole the person" is not just some catchphrase, it's a core function of the clinic located in Denver’s Globeville neighborhood.
Colorado Congressman Jason Crow Joins Public Hearing On UFOsColorado Congressman Jason Crow participated in a historic moment at the nation's Capitol: Congress' first public hearing on UFOs in more than half a century.
Colorado Lawmakers Crack Down On Employers Who Steal Workers' WagesSome Colorado employers are stealing the wages of their workers and new research shows it's hurting all of us.
Bill Aimed At Preventing Predatory Towing Practices Was Among Those Approved By Colorado LawmakersColorado's legislative session just ended, but not before lawmakers passed some major changes for the towing business.
How Much Money Did State Lawmakers Actually Save You?Gov. Jared Polis and Democratic leaders point to investments in affordable housing, a temporary cut in property taxes, and a money-saving change in how some businesses file taxes as examples of how they're helping people save money.
Colorado Elections Race Tests GOP Embrace Of ConspiraciesA handful of curious voters mingled on a suburban Denver brewpub's patio one recent evening as Pam Anderson told them she could restore professionalism to the office of Colorado secretary of state.
Colorado's Legislature Passes Fentanyl Bill Before End Of SessionColorado’s Legislature capped its session by passing a bill designed to confront the fentanyl crisis by giving prosecutors more room to pursue felony convictions while providing substantial support and treatment services.
Toxic 'Forever Chemicals' To Be Banned From Some Consumer Products Sold In Colorado, After Legislature Passes BillA bill restricting the sale of consumer products containing PFAS, commonly known as "forever chemicals," has passed both the Colorado house and senate, and is on its way to the governor's desk to become law.
Colorado Lawmakers Scramble On 2022 Session's Last DayGov. Jared Polis and fellow Democrats had pledged at the start of the four-month session to tackle rising crime and soaring inflation — key issues highlighted by minority Republicans heading into this year's midterm elections.
House Fails To Take Up School Bus Safety Bill Named After Two Victims Of AccidentsA bill aimed at increasing school bus safety has died in the final hours of the legislative session.

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Prosecutors Debunk Mesa County Clerk's 2020 Election ClaimsProsecutors in a western Colorado county found no evidence of tampering in the 2020 presidential election as alleged by a clerk who has become a prominent voice among those promoting former President Donald Trump's false claims of a stolen election.
Bill Aimed At Preventing Predatory Towing Practices Was Among Those Approved By Colorado LawmakersColorado's legislative session just ended, but not before lawmakers passed some major changes for the towing business.
Colorado Lawmakers Crack Down On Employers Who Steal Workers’ Wages: 'We Are Going To Go After Every Single Company Doing This'Some Colorado employers are stealing the wages of their workers and new research shows it's hurting all of us. The Colorado Fiscal Institute says last year workers here lost nearly $730 million to wage theft. Meanwhile, the state lost about $45 million in tax revenue for roads, schools and other public services.
Colorado's Legislature Passes Fentanyl Bill Before End Of SessionColorado’s Legislature capped its session by passing a bill designed to confront the fentanyl crisis by giving prosecutors more room to pursue felony convictions while providing substantial support and treatment services.
Time Running Out For A Colorado Plan For A Bill To Deal With The Fentanyl CrisisThe Colorado House and the Senate passed different versions of the bill.
Toxic 'Forever Chemicals' To Be Banned From Some Consumer Products Sold In Colorado, After Legislature Passes BillA bill restricting the sale of consumer products containing PFAS, commonly known as "forever chemicals," has passed both the Colorado house and senate, and is on its way to the governor's desk to become law.