Historically, Coloradans have seen the underside of presidential campaign planes... as they fly to other states. This year, the candidates have made Colorado a frequent stop.
Colorado voters faced the longest ballot in the nation yesterday, and in the end rejected almost all the constitutional amendments it contained.
More than 50-thousand Coloradans cast provisional ballots on election day because of questions about their voter registration.
For several years now, controversy has dogged the organic dairy industry over how some large producers based in Colorado treat their animals.
When Governor Bill Ritter introduced his pick to fill Colorado's vacant Senate seat on Saturday, many outside of the Denver area may have said, "Who?" Now allies and opponents of Denver School supe
Governor Bill Ritter gave a somber but ambitious State of the State Address yesterday, offering new transportation, education and health policies as a remedy to the state's economic woes.