Republican House Minority Leader Brian DelGrosso says agreeing on spending priorities will be tough.
Hundreds of thousands of Colorado school children are logging in over the next few weeks to take the new state standardized math and language tests called PARCC.
In the first of a five-part series, we look at Colorado's parole system through the eyes of parolee Kevin Monteiro. He was released last June.
Money's running out for a teen pregnancy prevention program that works, a new club hopes to boost the Denver jazz scene, and more.
This week, Colorado school children are taking the first-ever statewide online tests for grades 3-11. It's called PARCC. And it's at the center of a fight.
What the bill does: Changes Colorado's wildfire mitigation tax deduction to a tax credit. Landlords could be credited up to $2,500.
What the bill does: Gives specialized, unpaid health care professionals working in healthcare deserts a state income tax credit in exchange for mentoring.
What the bill does: Creates tax credits for homeowners and new buildings with certain energy savings levels.