The Secretary of State's office projected only about 80 percent the signatures collected were legitimate.
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In Security, Fountain and Widefield, health officials have begun to trace the issue to nearby Peterson Air Force Base.
What the experts are discovering about climate change at Rocky Mountain, Black Canyon, Mesa Verde and Sand Dunes national parks.
The school district says it will continue to follow its policies despite a U.S. judge blocking the White House directive on transgender bathroom use.
The library is bringing Michele Norris' Race Card Project to branches across the city this fall
The Forest Service is considering tightening access to Conundrum. Should other Colorado hot springs consider one too?
Small companies and local governments are viewed as particularly vulnerable.
The ski train will operate on weekends from Jan. 7 to March 26, 2017, Amtrak and Winter Park announced Thursday.
The Colorado Energy Office is using solar power to help lower utility bills for low-income households.
Secretary of State Wayne Williams was among those Tuesday who launched a voter registration event for the homeless.
The constitutional rights of thousands of homeless people were violated when police and other city workers cleared camps, a lawsuit claims.