State lawmakers return to work on Wednesday with divided control, many new faces, and plenty to argue about.
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Republican Walker Stapleton won a second term in November's election and spoke with CPR about his priorities for the next four years.
Grocery chains can only sell craft beer and other full-strength libations in one of their stores.
The state's top law enforcement officials gathered for a roundtable discussion today to find ways to ease tension and improve ties between citizens and police.
CPR's regular interview with Gov. John Hickenlooper covered TABOR refunds, how to make housing more affordable and "disappointing" news about the state's health exchange.
Lawmakers are worried that the powdered form will only make it easier for children to access alcohol.
Amid fiercer competition for scarce water supplies, Colorado attempts to create a plan for the future.
Party officials gave the county a $32,000 check to cover the cost of reviewing a state House seat and a Commissioners race.
"Colorado Matters" listeners chimed in to share their thoughts about whether those with terminal illnesses have a right to get help ending their lives.
Some Colorado lawmakers want to give people like Charles Selsberg more options, but opponents say legalizing suicide is dangerous.
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.