State officials say they never caved to the ransomware attacker's demands to pay bitcoin.
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While a surplus has eased tensions among lawmakers jockeying for priorities, it also has them scrambling for the extra dollars.
The report recommends hiring new staff to help manage sexual harassment complaints.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife, which leases 30 percent of the public lands it manages, doesn't have the money to pay for those leases.
The painting is among a set long-forgotten portraits depicting 20 of Colorado’s past governors. Some presided over the state’s darkest moments.
Defense contractor Bechtel Inc. spent 12 years designing, building and testing the highly automated, multibillion-dollar plant.
CDOT is holding town hall-style "cannabis conversation" to wrap its head around marijuana’s effect on drivers.
The hold-up was over wireless crossing gates used on RTD’s A, B and G Lines. RTD can also begin the removal of flaggers from some A and G line crossings.
Amendment 71 requires petition signatures from at least 2 percent of registered voters in each state Senate district and a current total of 98,000 valid signatures statewide.
“Enough is enough!” chanted the protesters around the state. “Not one more!” "Prayers are not enough!”
Students and advocates across the state took to the streets for the March For Our Lives.
State Sen. Lucia Guzman, a Denver Democrat, will instead serve out the remainder of her term as assistant minority leader.
Colorado’s jails are severely overcrowded, but half the people in jail haven't been convicted of anything -- they’re stuck behind bars because they can’t pay bond.
It has been one of the thorniest issues at the legislature this year: how to pay for fixing Colorado roads.