Meanwhile, Republican state lawmakers want Colorado to repeal the law that requires online companies to pay the state sales tax or pass the cost to their customers.
Ten people have died in crashes on Interstate 25 in northern Colorado this year.
Tweets from the scene show students shutting down traffic as they walk down Louisiana to Broadway.
As protests were staged nationwide in response to events in Ferguson, Missouri, and Staten Island, History Colorado hosted workshops to help adults talk with kids about race.
The Little Sisters of the Poor are already not required to offer contraception coverage. But they don't even want to have to tell the government why they oppose it.
Drew Bixby, author of “Denver’s Best Dive Bars: Diving and Drinking in the Mile High City,” tells CPR News that a guide to bars now reads more like a postmortem.
From Seth Rogen to Tommy Chong to Whoopi Goldberg, more celebrity names are going to pot.
The 2015 Business Economic Outlook shows signs of promise for areas of the state still recovering from the recession and explains why DIA is so vital to the state's growth.
Inspired by a famous 19th century series of Japanese woodblock prints, Gary Isaacs’ photographs feature glimpses of everyday life near Colfax Avenue's revered Lion’s Lair bar.