Millions of dollars and millions of words are spent on fighting Colorado's drug addiction every year. Real intentions, real money and real lives are at stake. That's the fight Colorado is in, and it's emotional, fiscal and, yes, political.
Alan Kennedy-Shaffer made it onto a crowded Democratic primary ballot in Denver's Senate District 34 Friday with just three valid petition signatures to spare, the Colorado Secretary of State's Office said Friday.
Three of the women who accused former state Rep. Steve Lebsock of sexual harassment, leading to his expulsion from the legislature, will receive awards from NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado, the organization said Friday.
Chancellor Phil DiStefano thinks he knows what’s best for the University of Colorado Boulder, and that it’s best if he oversees a purse worth about $21 million each year instead of CU Boulder’s student government leaders.
Colorado business and civic leaders along with elected officials met in private Thursday afternoon at the headquarters of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce to talk about a potential request to voters to raise sales taxes statewide for transportation.
With southwest Colorado leaders behind him, Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet will try again to extend protections to about 61,000 acres in the San Juan Mountains, home to some of the state's highest peaks and most breathtaking landscapes.