After two decades in office, U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette is facing her most serious challenger in years.
Mineral and royalty owners say there's about $180 billion in untapped oil in the Watternberg field.
Sessions avoided talking about current hot-button issues such as separating families at the border or marijuana legalization.
Journalists as a rule try to cover the news, not be the news. But sometimes, the news comes to you.
There’s a limit to the depth of the divide: the split has largely been drowned out by debate over things like guns and the response to Donald Trump.
Meanwhile, oppositional group Colorado Rising for Health and Safety has just $174,299.90 in cash on hand.
The online retail entrepreneur turned politician is campaigning on free early childhood education, state-led healthcare and increased gun control.
State Treasurer Walker Stapleton came to Colorado 15 years ago. He worked with high-tech startups and led a real-estate investment company before public office.
The governor’s race could easily be the most expensive state campaign in Colorado history. But much of the spending won't be made public.
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.