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After a new mandatory reporting law went into effect this summer, state officials have investigated around 1600 suspected crimes against older adults.
The question is almost certain to come up next year at the state Capitol as lawmakers address the issue of how to reduce violence in schools.
Monday's ruling reverses a 2012 appeals court decision.
While immigration reform activists celebrated, Colorado's Republican Congressmen warned the president is setting a bad precedent.
An advocacy group says a state rule is hurting efforts to make some commercial buildings in Colorado more energy efficient.
Any bill that passes will need bipartisan support. But watchers also expect parties to play to their base.
Mayor Michael Hancock says more than a third of Denverites struggle to pay rent in the city.
A report from the state auditor found that Colorado’s child welfare system lacked proper oversight and guidance.
While lawmakers seemed generally receptive to the governor's budget plan, disagreements loom over how to handle taxpayer rebates.
The newly elected state Senate President celebrated Republicans' 18-17 hold on the chamber by buying Peyton Manning jerseys for his whole caucus.
Gov. Hickenlooper said that current Executive Director Don Hunt never intended to serve two terms.
If lawmakers agree, state spending would go up by $1.7 billion in the fiscal year that starts next July.
Bonanza, nestled in southwest Colorado's mountains, could be stripped of its township. As a controversy swirls, The Atlantic's James Fallows speaks about the resilience of small-town America.
The subsidy program that's intended to help low-income parents get their kids into care may be helping drive some providers out of business.
On Tuesday, the Colorado Supreme Court will consider whether Brandon Coats, a quadriplegic who used marijuana on his own time, could be fired by his employer.