The survivor of an assault at the University of Denver says colleges and universities need to be more clear about their rules around reporting assaults.
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The governor says if TABOR's binds were loosened, education funding could go up without a tax increase.
Thousands of teachers are rallying at the state Capitol today and tomorrow to protest working conditions, including low pay and lack of student funding.
Colorado's Supreme Court has ruled that six-term Republican U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn didn't qualify for his party's primary.
We asked for your questions about PERA, Colorado’s public employee pension fund. And we found some answers.
Michael O'Hanlon of the Brookings Institution, who has taught at the University of Denver, tells Colorado Matters what such a step might mean.
Small fire districts are fighting blazes with fewer taxpayer dollars, and things are likely to get worse.
Speaking with Colorado Matters, the former Secretary of State talks about troubling political times, as well as developments in North Korea and Syria.
A vice president at The Colorado Coalition For The Homeless talks about the city’s new proposal to generate millions more dollars for its affordable housing fund.
To double its affordable housing fund the city would also reappropriate some money from the general fund.
The space symposium in Colorado Springs is a gathering of businesses, military and others who work in outer space issues.
CPR News reporters Sam Brasch and Ann Marie Awad were at the assemblies, and we also hear highlights from speeches by key players from each party.
The Colorado Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to a state law that grants new senten
Nathan Coats replaces Chief Justice Nancy E. Rice, who in March announced her retirement after 31-years on the bench.
"We'd certainly look at it," he told reporters Thursday. "In the past, Colorado has sent troops to the border for specific purposes."