The Democratic candidate hosted a kick-off celebration in Denver’s Civic Center Park at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday night.
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The state has only executed one person since the U.S. Supreme Court reinstated capital punishment in 1976: Gary Lee Davis in 1997.
SB-181 would require state regulators to prioritize health and safety when deciding whether to grant new drilling permits.
Montezuma, Custer and Fremont counties have passed resolutions to support their sheriffs not enforcing a state "red flag" gun control bill if it becomes law. Weld County may soon join them.
Kyle Forti, three other Americans and their pilot were killed when their helicopter crashed on a remote island in northwest Kenya.
Of 29 jurisdictions, including Denver, only one in Oregon has yet to be cleared to receive the grants from 2017, a Justice Department spokesman told The Associated Press this week.
Hickenlooper released a campaign launch video Monday, making the pitch that Washington, D.C. needs dreamers who can get things done.
Voting wraps up Tuesday on the controversial proposal known simply as Lift One. The issue has divided residents. But both sides agree on one thing: it could change Aspen forever.
Colorado is on the verge of becoming the 12th state to join the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact. The plan could someday commit all of Colorado’s electoral votes to the presidential candidate who gets the most votes nationwide -- no matter who wins the state.
Is the former Colorado governor's presidential announcement finally nigh?
The money provided by Amtrak will result in an investment of more than $26 million in the Southwest Chief, which connects Chicago to Los Angeles with stops in New Mexico and Colorado and other states.
Many Republicans fear these new proposals could drive up costs for the energy industry and push them to invest outside of Colorado.
The Senate Finance Committee voted 5-2 to advance the bill, which agriculture industries and immigrant rights advocates both support.
Proper hydration is just one of the steps on the former governor's climb to a possible Democratic nomination.
Duran said in a statement she’s running against a culture in which incumbents are “more concerned with their own re-election.”