The president of Xcel's Colorado operations answered questions about the road to come.
The incoming attorney general is working with lawmakers to develop a bill that would vacate some marijuana convictions.
The former first lady met hundreds of fans and signed copies of her memoir "Becoming" on Thursday.
Tim Gill was angry and depressed the night an anti-gay amendment passed in Colorado in 1992. So he created The Gill Foundation to advocate through philanthropy and political giving.
The Colorado 4th Congressional District representative will return to Congress as a member of minority party for the first time.
The delegation wrote that the trains' success is "critical" to their constituents.
The threat drew a large police response but agencies began leaving shortly after midday.
A deal was supposed to be signed by the end of 2018, under threat that the water levels on the river would push the federal government to impose its own restrictions.
5 Years After Claire Davis Died In A School Shooting, Improvements Seen In Threat Prevention, But Gaps Remain
A roundtable hosted by Littleton Public Schools and a this week’s roundtable and a symposium at the University of Northern Colorado shed light on the strides schools have made in helping students feel safer — and the hard work ahead.
Apple says it plans hundreds of new jobs in Boulder.
U.S. District Judge Brian Morris is presiding over a Thursday hearing on whether the moratorium should be reinstated.
As extreme drought encroached on Colorado and much of the Southwest this year, many eyes turned to the weekly U.S. Drought Monitor map.
Denver terminated the contract with Trammell Crow on Tuesday, citing misconduct in a $233 million expansion project.
The agreement all but secures Pelosi the votes she needed to become the Speaker of the House.
Carson Bruns is developing a UV- and heat-sensitive tattoo ink that can detect a fever and potentially other health conditions in the future.