A grand jury will hear evidence concerning election equipment tampering and misconduct allegations against Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis touted his administration's work to save Coloradans money during his fourth state of the state address Thursday.
Colorado Republicans rolled out their legislative agenda on the first day of the 2022 session, which includes over 40 bills.
People with disabilities often are left out of conversations about disaster preparedness, and the recent Marshall Fire put Colorado's emergency managers to the test.
A state task force on higher education and workforce development in Colorado submitted its final report to state lawmakers that recommends ways the state can improve pathways to postsecondary education for students.
Coloradans can now compare even more health-care procedure costs, and quality rankings, for over 53 services at more than 100 hospitals and facilities across the state.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis and Democratic lawmakers gathered outside the state Capitol on Monday to outline their priorities for the upcoming legislative session.
Colorado business leaders are growing more confident in the state's economic recovery despite ongoing concerns about inflation.
Over 1,000 homes were destroyed in the Boulder County fires last week, totaling over $500 million in estimated property damage.