Lucy Bradley-Springer said she hoped to make a statement protesting lack of access for those most in need.
In April it appeared the national monument would be among those reviewed by the Interior Department, at the direction of President Donald Trump.
Recent cases in Colorado and Washington are the first known instances of current or former pot regulators being accused of having improper dealings with the industry.
Up until Monday’s deadline for insurance companies to file their intentions it was unclear if insurance giant Anthem, or another carrier, might back out.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s administration is trying to make it harder for authorities to track down undocumented immigrants in the city's courthouses.
In the race are two congressman, a former state treasurer, a former state senator and a businessman, among others.
It's been at least a decade since Democrats faced such a crowded primary field, and the Republican race is likely to heat up too. Meet some of the front-runners.
Wilson's new book is part memoir and part meditation on his philosophy and how it informs his activism.
Grand Junction outdoor writer Bill Haggerty details nearly 60 of the best hikes in a new hiking guidebook, including these favorites.
Colorado has taken in more than 60,000 displaced people from around the globe since 1980, and had expected to settle 2,200 more during the federal fiscal year that began Oct. 1.
Whether it was about physical threats to reporters, media literacy, so many Trump supporters on a specific show, or the racial balance of newsrooms, our panel of experts answered your questions.
The university's athletic department once again finds itself embroiled in an off-the-field controversy following domestic violence allegations.
Colorado's top regulator says as long as the rules are followed, “there’s very little risk, very little potential harm of having empty, abandoned, plugged, capped lines in the subsurface.”