Hickenlooper has stated in the past that mineral rights are personal property and that bans are a "taking." Longmont's approach may finally sidestep that issue.
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Leaders have appointed an interim committee to hash out recommendations from an outside human resources firm over the summer.
The April 20 incident on the A Line that left 200 riders stranded dented the transit agencies' relationship, but decades-long deal will likely remain intact.
One council member said a $100 "selfie" with a bear is a drop in the bucket for a tourist who is paying $500 a night for a hotel room.
The Durango City Council's action was opposed by some residents concerned the rule was targeting panhandlers and homeless residents.
The ban was proposed in response to the high school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
The measure targets prescriptions for acute pain, which may be more sharp and severe but short-term. Not all doctors though are happy with the move.
The historic expulsion of state Rep. Steve Lebsock and allegations against Mayor Michael Hancock fueled the policy change.
A measure approved by the legislature and awaiting action by the governor would ban release of minors' autopsies in most cases.
The public pension rescue plan may have cleared the state legislature at the last possible moment, but it's already facing criticism from both sides.
Top officials argue they shouldn’t have to report this kind of travel because the city is the city, and the city can’t donate to, or influence itself.
The Colorado Legislature worked down to the wire to pass a PERA reform bill that will have major ramifications for decades to come.
Colorado’s 2018 legislative session had no shortage of drama. Here’s where the cards fell at the bitter end.
Colorado lawmakers have just hours to figure out some of their toughest challenges.