FBI: Reports Of Hate Crimes In Colorado Increased 16% From 2017 To 2018Hate crimes directed at individuals based on their race, sexual orientation, gender identity and disability increased in Colorado in 2018, according to a report by the FBI.
State Of Colorado Unveils Plan To Keep College AffordableOver the last 10 years, tuition at public universities in Colorado has increased more than 65 percent.
'They're A Marvelous Creature': Colorado Bat Week Honors 'Misunderstood' MammalGovernor Jared Polis signed an official declaration naming this Colorado Bat Week.
Colorado Weather: Rare Killer Tornado Hit Holly 12 Years Ago TodayThe severe thunderstorm was not properly detected by Doppler weather radar because it was too far away from the nearest radar sites.
Bomb Cyclone Causes Jet To Almost Stall 37,000 Feet Over ColoradoWednesday's explosive development of a late winter storm over eastern Colorado created rough times for people both on land and in the air.
Utah Cousins Come To Colorado To Get MarriedA man and woman from Utah - who are first cousins - crossed state lines into Colorado to get married.
El Chapo Could Spend Time In Supermax Prison In ColoradoEl Chapo, drug lord Joaquin Guzman could be sentenced to Supermax prison in Colorado.
Man Sent To Prison For Anonymous Threats To Colorado StudentsA Minnesota man was sentenced to more than 14 years in prison for sending threatening messages to students across the country, including four in Colorado.
Sen. Michael Bennet Rips Cruz's 'Crocodile Tears' Over ShutdownDemocratic Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado tore into Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas on Thursday after Cruz backed a GOP bill to pay Coast Guard members but not reopen the government.
Polis Takes Over As Colorado Governor With Democrats In ChargeIt has been 80 years since Democrats have had this much control in Colorado's government.
Report: Greeley Mexican Restaurant Accused Of Laundering Drug MoneyAlmansitas Mexican Food restaurant in Greeley is reportedly one of 17 restaurants implicated in the investigation.
School Settles With States By Forgiving Nearly Half Billion Dollars In Student DebtThe deal with Career Education Corporation will resolve allegations that it lied about job placement rates and misled potential students to get them to enroll. State attorneys general began investigating the company in 2014 following complaints from students and a damning report by the U.S. Senate.
Colorado Fast-Food Restaurants Accused Of Laundering Drug MoneyInvestigators have reportedly frozen 17 bank accounts -- including two safety deposit boxes that contained about $800,000 in cash.
Wells Fargo Pays $575 Million To Settle State InvestigationsWells Fargo will pay $575 million in a settlement with attorneys general from all 50 states and the District of Columbia that are investigating fake accounts opened without the knowledge of customers and a string of other dodgy practices.
Kids Take The Spotlight In BDT's 'A Christmas Story'The holiday favorite "A Christmas Story" is now playing (in musical form) at the BDT Stage.