Senate Secretary Effie Ameen agreed to resign Friday after weeks of back-and-forth following her dismissal the day before Thanksgiving.
Crow's congressional class will have the largest amount of military veterans in about a decade.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado successfully sued Sheriff Bill Elder for the practice.
The thousands of headstones and unmarked graves trace the city's history and tell the tales of some extraordinary people.
In honor of Hanukkah, we give you a sneak peek at the Colorado Matters holiday special.
Darth Hurlburt, 93, and Tom Spitzlberger, 57, are still friends today.
The freshman lawmaker wants to see new leadership instead of Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House.
By some estimates, the tribe has lived on the land that would become Colorado for 13,000 years.
Marlboro parent company Altria Group Inc. grabbed a 45 percent stake in Cronos Group, a Canadian cannabis giant.
Ecotech Institute is one of dozens of colleges closing nationwide. Its parent company Education Corporation of America is one of the nation's largest for-profit college chains.
A 2017 inspection by the U.S. Department of Agriculture found the grizzly bears were stressed in their crowded enclosure.
The rural electricity provider in Colorado coal country is parting ways because Tri State is too closely tied to fossil fuels.
The current deputy superintendent is the last candidate standing in the district's search for Tom Boasberg's successor.
The Department of Revenue has faith that both casinos and racetracks can have a piece of the pie, but casinos believe they are the rightful home for sports betting.
Hundreds of cars have been neatly parked in rows next to the Pikes Peak International Raceway for years. But now the lot is a third empty.