For the Rescue Mission's executive director, the news was almost too good to be true.
“I think that probably does fire up their base, but you cannot win an election in Colorado with the Republican base alone,” said Colorado Democratic Party chairwoman Morgan Carroll.
A bill advancing at the state Capitol would make high schoolers whose families live in poverty eligible to eat for free.
A $1.3 million grant to pay for renovations would not only provide permanent housing to people experiencing homelessness, but create a hub for community resources as well.
The Pueblo depot stores more than 780,000 mustard agent-filled munitions.
Tribes want specific language in a BLM plan that would prevent drilling near the park, instead of protesting four times a year when the energy industry requests lease sales on certain parcels.
The Colorado Preservation organization is lending resources to sites threatened by weather, abandonment or development.
The Colorado Office of the Attorney General commissioned the research, which crisscrossed Mesa, El Paso, La Plata and Pueblo counties.
Attorney Nick Gradisar, a water board member and former leader of the local Democratic Party, handily beat former City Council President Steve Nawrocki in Tuesday's run-off.
One Colorado shelter even doubled their capacity after demand jumped in October.