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Colorado's Department of Revenue completes first market demand study since retail sales began in January.
The governor is trying to broker a deal to avoid ballot measures restricting drilling. A key interest group signed on amid controversy, but some legislators are unsupportive.
U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, who is locked in a bitter re-election battle with Republican U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner, did not join Obama on stage or at a later fundraiser.
Judge Andrew Hartman says he's unlikely to rule immediately but he hopes to issue a decision soon.
If federal funding stops because Congress can't find a solution, CDOT spokesperson Amy Ford says the state has some money in reserve to finish projects already in progress.
Even those not advocating to repeal gun laws say ammunition magazine limits are difficult to enforce.
Six couples are taking the fight against Colorado's same-sex marriage ban to federal court; showdown looming in Boulder over marriage licenses.
Advocates for the poor claim Black Hills Corp. has contributed to poverty and one state legislator is trying to make sure consumer interests are better accounted for when utilities raise rates.
Judge says limits on the size of ammunition magazines and expanded background checks for firearms sold online and between private parties are constitutional.
For the second day in a row, same-sex couples who go to the clerks office in Boulder County will be able to walk away with a marriage license.
A new trend is emerging: Colorado law enforcement officials say they don’t have authority to hold people just because ICE asks them to do so.
Maketa has apologized for "inappropriate behavior" but refuses to resign.
New law requires the Colorado Department of Corrections to evaluate all inmates in solitary and those the department determines to be mentally ill would have to be moved.