A group of Republican, Democrat, and unaffiliated voters in Pueblo share what they want from their next president, after recent visits from Clinton and Trump
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"Forget the press, read the internet, study other things, don't go for the mainstream media," Trump told supporters at a rally.
Bernie Sanders made his third campaign stop in support of both Hillary Clinton and ColoradoCare. He wasn't alone in making political appearances in the Centennial State.
Bennet was Denver Public Schools superintendent when he was appointed to the Senate in 2009, and then won a six-year term.
Coloradans are seeing far fewer presidential ads, lopsided U.S. Senate advertising and fewer outside groups getting involved.
Transgender Democratic candidate Misty Plowright is trying to unseat longtime Republican Doug Lamborn, who has held the seat since 2007.
His name is now commonplace with automobiles, during the 1800s, Nikola Tesla had a hand in many things we take for granted today.
A ballot measure proposes to remove language from Colorado's constitution that currently allows involuntary servitude as a punishment for those convicted of a crime.
Marketing Colorado’s natural beauty changed the state's landscape and how people experienced it.
Lawyer Jason Flores Williams will request a temporary restraining order and motion for preliminary injunction against the city's controversial urban camping ban.
Nineteen of the state legislature’s 49 Republican members signed on to a letter pledging to fully back Donald Trump.
A new documentary explores historic controversies over voter ID laws.