Law enforcement officials say access to interstate highways and the marijuana industry are factors in Denver's high sex trafficking rate.
In most Colorado school districts, parental permission isn’t necessary when school officials meet privately with students.
From road and track cycling to triathlon, a number of the athletes Henderson coaches will compete in the Rio Olympic Games.
The measure calls for a gradual increase the statewide minimum wage to $12 and hour over the next four years.
Rep. Joe Salazar says DNC delegates are "extremely upset" after an email leak late last week.
Colorado Matters spoke with Sutherland in 2010 about his experience as a hostage and life afterwards.
Former State Senator Polly Baca has often taken the convention stage.
The Libertarian Party sees opportunities on both sides of the aisle this year. But they'll have competition from the Green Party.
David Higgins will compete in prone rifle after becoming the first cadet-athlete to make the U.S. Olympic team.
“You can either leave or you can work to transform it," Kendal Unruh says.
Organizers of an acceptance speech watch party hoped it would help heal some lingering divides between Colorado Republicans.
Make yourself salad, a main course and dessert using the Western Slope's premiere fruit crop.
One major political convention down, another begins next week. In between, Colorado Matters presents a special debate from Intelligence Squared U.S.. The question: Has the office of the president usurped the constitutional power of Congress?
ColoradoCare would create a first-in-the-nation system to replace the Affordable Care Act.