What was expected to be a close vote with wide-ranging effects came down as a narrow decision with limited reach.
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There’s a limit to the depth of the divide: the split has largely been drowned out by debate over things like guns and the response to Donald Trump.
The two other bills would have allowed out-of-state landowners to vote in Colorado elections and lowered the cost of some tobacco products for out-of-state customers.
The Renaissance Downtown Lofts look like many of the other apartment complexes going up in Denver, but it's "one of a kind in more ways than one."
The theme of this year's summit is "Fortifying Freedom," appropriate for a time where many conservatives feel their freedoms are under attack.
Activists and politicians are telling would-be volunteers that there is nothing to but wait and see.
Counties and the state don’t disagree over the need for an increase for families experiencing poverty — just how to pay for it.
The Republican senator has thrown his support behind the president's cancellation of next month's anticipated nuclear talks.
Jennifer Brown's four-part series about aged out and emancipated foster youth took more than a year of reporting.
The justice has been both the court's most visible defender of gay rights as well as its greatest supporter of free speech.
The I-70 expansion, record road fatalities and poor infrastructure conditions: what will receive the budget windfall?
Aspen City Council passed the ordinance in 2011, banning the use of plastic bags and requiring grocers to charge $0.20 for paper bags.
A coalition of business groups announced plans Friday to ask Colorado voters this fall to raise sales taxes to pay for $6 billion in transportation projects.
But prison officials warn lawmakers they could run out of space to hold people as soon as next year.
Hickenlooper has stated in the past that mineral rights are personal property and that bans are a "taking." Longmont's approach may finally sidestep that issue.