The hospital temporarily closed an addiction program to move staff around, and is at risk of losing federal funding.
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Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s administration is trying to make it harder for authorities to track down undocumented immigrants in the city's courthouses.
It's been at least a decade since Democrats faced such a crowded primary field, and the Republican race is likely to heat up too. Meet some of the front-runners.
In the race are two congressman, a former state treasurer, a former state senator and a businessman, among others.
Colorado has taken in more than 60,000 displaced people from around the globe since 1980, and had expected to settle 2,200 more during the federal fiscal year that began Oct. 1.
Wayne Williams says the state's voting system has not been targeted by Russian hackers, and he stands by the election results.
The Democratic congressman from Boulder says he wants to work on renewable energy and improving education at the state level.
Gov. John Hickenlooper says he thinks Colorado can reach the emissions goals set in Paris, but calls the emissions targets "ambitious."
A bill that has bipartisan support could be the first state law regulating autonomous vehicles in Colorado. It passed in the legislature earlier this week.
In a busy 2017 session, lawmakers also passed measures to address the statewide teacher shortage.
Democratic House Speaker Crisanta Duran and Republican Senate President Kevin Grantham touted passage of two other bills that had divided their parties for years.
Over the past four months, state lawmakers introduced and debated nearly 700 bills. Among them were some big bipartisan wins — and losses.
The deadly Firestone explosion was a “freak accident,” John Hickenlooper says. He believes that calls for spot checks, and better local-state cooperation are appropriate government responses.