In Boulder, 13 people have applied and four were eligible for an expungement. In Denver, 48 people have applied so far.
Since the shutdown began, federal workers in Colorado have filed more than 2,000 claims. They make up more than 20 percent of unemployment claims filed since the shutdown began.
When your Christmas lights go up is up to you. What matters is when your lights come down...
The former Bears defensive coordinator is now the 17th coach in Broncos history.
The program will help people vacate convictions for any marijuana offense now legal under state law. The city estimates around 10,000 convictions could be eligible.
Polis is the country’s first openly gay man to be elected as any state’s top executive.
Denver Public Schools teachers and district leaders have been at the negotiation table for more than a year.
After running into hurdles ahead of the November 2018 election, the psilocybin decriminalization effort submitted twice the amount of signatures needed to get on the May ballot.
When winter comes to Denver, so do giant flocks of Canada geese.
Injury Ends Season For Phillip Lindsay, A South High, CU Buffs And Broncos Star. But His Dad And Uncle Say He’ll be Back
When the Broncos play their final game of the season on Sunday against the Chargers, they’ll be without this year’s surprising star rookie running back.