The bipartisan bill also lets students sue if a public university restricts their right to free expression.
To see the worst of the coal slump in Colorado, look no further than the state’s North Fork Valley. Since 2013, two out of three mines have closed.
There was a reported 11 percent uptick in money sent to the federal government during the 2015-2016 season.
Valley leaders aren’t waiting to see if promises to the coal industry are delivered. Instead, they’re seeking to build their own path.
Colorado has about half the mining jobs it had a decade ago. Local officials want to replicate a Western Slope project that turns methane waste into electricity.
"Mr. Grass" lives in Boulder County. A recent magazine profile of him tried to figure out what fascinates people about watching things that barely move for hours on end.
In his new book “No Barriers,” Golden adventurer Erik Weihenmayer writes about his journey to kayak down the Colorado River.
Separate bipartisan proposals could raise the state sales tax and free money in the existing budget for roads, schools and health care.
The Mile High City has the second-fastest-growing population in the country since 2010, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
A Colorado historian traces young marriage in the United States from Colonial times to the present in his new book.
Farmers, business owners, residents and others initially said they suffered a staggering $1.2 billion in lost income. But the total now appears to be about $420 million.
A bill would let cities decide when bars close, but not all barkeeps think later hours are a good idea.