Reforming cash bail, repealing the death penalty and texting court date reminders are all on the docket.
Sheriff Fred McKee said his deputies are not qualified to care for a 66-year-old man who has been in jail for weeks with no word on when a hospital bed will open up.
A new report finds the number of felony cases filed by prosecutors has jumped 50 percent in just five years, and the state could soon be spending a billion dollars a year on prisons.
A Muslim man serving a life sentence for his role in the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center wants a judge to determine that federal prison officials violated his religious rights
Most sex offenders eligible for release should first receive psychological treatment behind bars.
Colorado became the first state to provide inmates with tablets in 2016. Now, more than one in 10 correctional facilities nationwide offer tablets to their inmates.
But prison officials warn lawmakers they could run out of space to hold people as soon as next year.
About 3,200 inmates in America's state and federal prisons identified as transgender in 2012, according to the latest available data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics.
Fremont Correctional Facility in Cañon City is one of the first prisons in the country to experiment with virtual reality.
Adams State University is home to one of the nation’s top ranked prison correspondence programs.