The International Olympic Committee this week banned the entire Russian team from the upcoming winter games, citing widespread, government-backed doping.
The 12.5-mile line to Thornton was supposed to open early next year. RTD now estimates a late 2019 opening.
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The university says there is no longer a statistical difference between how much full professors are paid. CSU implemented changes after a 2015 report revealed men were earning more than women.
The House and Senate are considering major changes to the Affordable Care Act and other health care-related tax credits.
The state hasn't taken enforcement action in the Firestone deaths, citing the lack of rules covering fatal accidents in the oil and gas industry.
Rep. Lori Saine was arrested on suspicion of introducing a firearm into a transportation facility.
The American Veterinary Medical Association wants the DEA to declassify marijuana as a Schedule 1 drug "to facilitate research opportunities."
“We shouldn't be punishing people who are innocent until proven guilty unnecessarily,” Denver's independent monitor says.
The Native American Rights Fund represents three of the five American Indian tribes suing President Trump over his proclamation to shrink the national monument.
Colorado’s average temperature for the month was just over 41 degrees, nearly 8 degrees above the state's average for the entire 20th Century.
The Aurora Republican co-signed a letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan calling for a permanent solution for young undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children.
If Congress doesn’t restore CHIP funding by the end of December, the state plans to issue another batch of letters.
Colorado broke heat records in November. That could hurt next season's yield.