Richard Kirk claimed he killed his wife four years ago because he ate an edible.
The EPA wants to roll back a 2016 Obama-era rule that required energy companies to step up detection and elimination of methane leaks.
Incidents include a white nationalist demonstration and homes flying flags with swastikas.
Update: The town said they are "in communication with the artist in terms of safely de-installing and storing the artwork with the possibility of a reinstall at a new location."
Skyrocketing youth use of e-cigarettes, especially Juuls, has led to several government regulations around teen vaping.
Briscoe made history as a rookie 50 years ago when he became the first African American starting quarterback in modern American pro football.
The mayor said the wage boost would affect about 2,500 city employees.
County officials had been concerned that there would have been an influx of permits if the ballot measure had passed.
We received dozens of entries to perform at the Colorado Matters Holiday Extravaganza. Here's one of our favorites.
New EPA tests show elevated levels of metal affecting the air quality in Pueblo. The results are linked to a smelter that was designated a Superfund site in 2014.
Hundreds of nonprofits, big and small, are supported by a sales and use tax first approved by voters in November 1988.
For seven years, the district north of Denver has been on the state’s state watch list after failing to improve student performance. A key vote happens Thursday on its future.
“We knew Colorado was the underdog, but the process alone was worth its weight in gold,” said Sam Bailey, the Metro Denver EDC’s vice president of economic development.
Even with a newly-minted trifecta control of the levers of government, Democrats will face roadblocks.
In its filing, Denver Transit Partners also urged the court to reject RTD’s counterclaims.