Roads that were passable at the time of the shutdown would remain open unless conditions worsened, park spokeswoman Kyle Patterson said.
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That discovery came in an action plan the district submitted to federal regulators Friday and made public Monday.
Republican Rep.-elect Matt Soper is expected to be sworn into office on Jan. 4 when the legislative session begins.
Two separate outside investigations last session had concluded that the Republican state senator had inappropriately touched and talked to more than a half dozen female staffers and interns.
The to-do list includes more data collection, software improvements and studies of how the train itself operate.
Zinke played a leading part in Trump’s efforts to roll back environmental regulations and promote domestic energy development.
The Colorado 4th Congressional District representative will return to Congress as a member of minority party for the first time.
The agreement all but secures Pelosi the votes she needed to become the Speaker of the House.
An annual index calculates how much a family must earn to meet basic needs. It’s not looking good.
Sullivan lost his son, Alex, in the Aurora theater shooting in 2012. This November, Sullivan was elected to the state House.
Senate Secretary Effie Ameen agreed to resign Friday after weeks of back-and-forth following her dismissal the day before Thanksgiving.
Crow's congressional class will have the largest amount of military veterans in about a decade.
The freshman lawmaker wants to see new leadership instead of Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House.
No executive branch is complete without the staff that will support and implement the work of the governor.
Colorado's junior senator said Trump firing Mueller would be like him “touching the sun.” But he stopped short of supporting legislation to protect him.