The Beulah Hill Fire has forced evacuations east of Beulah. The town is about 25 miles southwest of Pueblo.
If passed, it’d be the first time a Colorado city or county has said no to existing recreational marijuana operations.
Read an excerpt from "Accidental Saints," the latest book by the tattooed Lutheran pastor who says she swears like a truck driver. It's out in paperback.
His goal that year was to "pay as little tax as legally possible" during turbulent economic times, he said.
At a cost of $30 million, Colorado TV viewers can expect to see more than 83,000 political ads consuming nearly 29 days worth of airtime in October.
Denver police have a new training tool that uses virtual reality to test responses to violent situations like mass shootings.
The Boulder-based group that puts on the dinners wants to help people unplug, and to understand what it's like to live with little or no vision.
Shambel Zeru fled turmoil in Eritrea, and is now a senior at South High School in Denver. He recently told his story in Washington with help from the U.N.
Amendment 71, a statewide measure looking to make it harder for citizen-initiated ballot issues to amend the constitution, is now getting attention from both sides of the oil and gas debate.
A Colorado man was on track to be the first African-American astronaut. Then President Kennedy died.
A Denver business owner was forced to close his store after finding out that kratom-- the natural substance he had been selling for almost 5 years-- would soon be considered more dangerous than meth.
US 34 through the Big Thompson Canyon will be closed for nearly nine months starting Oct. 17.
Should Colorado raise its minimum wage? Tell us your thoughts. Just text the word Hello to 720-358-4029.