In recent years political pollsters have had a hard time calling races here. That changed in 2014.
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The festival will show movies with strong Colorado connections and flicks from overseas, and give audiences chances to meet some of the stars and directors.
Some home builders are attracting consumers by adding solar panels to new houses as a standard feature rather than an add-on.
President of the Colorado County Clerks Association Sheila Reiner also told "Colorado Matters" why counting ballots has taken so long in some areas.
The newly re-elected govenor says the close nature of the race won’t change his plans for next four years.
Voters across the state decided several issues -- from marijuana in Manitou Springs to a tax for pre-schools in Denver.
Is Colorado purple, blue, or red? "Colorado Matters" explores what it means when voters back a Republican for senator and Democrat for governor.
Since the recession began, the number of poor children in the county has jumped by 80 percent.
In a new cookbook, Black Cat Bistro’s Eric Skokan focuses on food that grows well in Colorado, and teaches cooks what to do with it.
A University of Denver committee investigates the role of the school's founder, Gov. John Evans, in the Sand Creek Massacre.