As some towns struggle to attract young, tech-savvy workers, local government leaders think part of the problem is the lack of fast Internet service in the area.
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Colorado Governor stands behind the gun control laws passed by the legislature in the 2013 session but welcomes suggestions for improving or changing current Colorado laws.
The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled in support of a lower court decision that overturned changes Secretary of State Scott Gessler made to campaign finance disclosure rules in 2012.
Enrollment is on the rise in public schools across Colorado. But the surge comes as funding for kids and classrooms takes a takes big hit.
A newly-announced grant by the U.S. Dept. of Labor will provide more than 200 temporary jobs in Colorado, putting people to work repairing flood damage.
- Denver is currently home to more than 40 percent of the state's medical marijuana shops and only existing dispensaries are allowed to convert to recreational sales in the first year.View interactive map
The federal ban on hemp could also be removed--at least partially--if Congress passes a farm bill next week that includes an allowance for universities and other public institutions to do further research and development on the plant.
Economists at Colorado State University project the state government will need to spend $2.9 billion more than it brings in by 2030.
Senator Mark Udall traveled to Chaffee County Tuesday to unveil new proposed legislation that declares Browns Canyon a national monument and wilderness area.
If enough signatures were gathered, Hudak would have been the third state senator to face a recall for her votes on gun control bills.
With more and more carbon dioxide spewing from China, India and other rapidly growing nations, some people are asking why the U.S. should bear the expense involved in slashing our own emissions.
Air quality could improve in Colorado under proposed regulations of oil and gas emissions but some operators say the rules are cost-prohibitive.