Every member of Congress gets an extra seat for the annual State of the Union address. Some take their spouses, others take people who want to make a political statement.
Denver came in fourth on the list of top U.S. airports for gun discoveries in 2017.
The president touched on the nation's strong economy as well as themes around "building a safe, strong and proud America."
The annual homeless count begins Monday and it will include Douglas County.
There's a serious shortage of people who can stop cyberthreats. The shortage of women working on solutions is even more pronounced.
Colorado lawmakers are considering stiffer penalties for a risky internet prank of making a false report to lure police to a home or business.
It's been 82 years since Dick Durrance led the first U.S. Olympic alpine ski team and went on to put Aspen on the map as a destination ski resort.
The miracle season spawned a generation of die-hard Broncos fans and ignited a civic pride in Denver.
A small plane crash killed Roy Bennett this month. He'd fought Zimbabwe's dictator for decades.
Former Time Magazine correspondent Jay Newton-Small used to cover politics and foreign policy. Now, she writes the life stories of people with dementia.
Accurate crime reports help police understand the safety of neighborhoods and calls for help. They also build community trust.
The plaintiffs want state regulators to require energy companies to show they would not harm human health or the environment before drilling.
Democrats have used health care to go on the attack, and the issue is coming up in congressional races in Colorado and across the country.
A Republican plan would commit existing sales taxes to road construction. Opponents worry that mean cuts to other state programs.
In the early 2010s, the number of violations per year hovered around 10. Since then, that figure has jumped to more than 100 a year.