Nathan Coats replaces Chief Justice Nancy E. Rice, who in March announced her retirement after 31-years on the bench.
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"We'd certainly look at it," he told reporters Thursday. "In the past, Colorado has sent troops to the border for specific purposes."
El Paso County Sheriff Bill Elder had been holding some inmates for weeks and months beyond their sentences at the request of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Two recent skirmishes over ballot petition signatures cast this coming weekend’s state party assemblies in an unexpected new light.
A federal district court judge in March blocked key portions of Amendment 71 from being enforced.
Why do high schools allow the NRA to sponsor groups? Why can't gun violence research get more funding?
With this effort, the Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition is trying to highlight the connections between crime victims and offenders.
Claims were made that seven circulators who collected signatures for Lamborn were not Colorado residents.
The decision shakes up an already-fierce contest for the GOP nomination for governor.
The Colorado Department of Agriculture's Tom Lipitzky talks about how the state's farms and ranches might be affected by the president's policies.
David Flaherty of Magellan Strategies, a Republican-leaning consulting firm in Louisville, tells Colorado Matters about voter profiling.
Michael Hancock called for Robert White to use more professionalism and ordered an to overhaul the way the department handles open records requests.
The Colorado Independent Ethics Commission found that Extraction Oil and Gas paid for a town hall-style event on oil and gas.
The pendulum has always swung back and forth on public policy around making marijuana legal.
The charges were made by Police Detective Leslie Branch-Wise who used to work on Hancock's security detail.