Denver International Airport is no longer requiring passengers to wear facial coverings after a federal judge struck down the federal mask mandate for public transportation.
Democratic lawmakers rolled out a new legislative package aimed at increasing housing and homeless support services Monday.
Two bills making their way through the Colorado General Assembly would make it easier for people with disabilities to access college and other public institutions of higher learning.
Top articles from the Kiowa County Press in Eads, Colorado, for the week ending April 16, 2022.
Colorado's unemployment rate dropped to 3.7 percent in March as the state added 5,800 jobs, according to the latest data from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment.
The Colorado Senate gave its final approval to a bill Thursday that will implement universal preschool across the state.
Nebraska lawmakers on Tuesday approved legislation that authorizes the construction of a canal to divert water from neighboring Colorado.
Marijuana sales in Colorado continued a downward trend in February totaling $145 million.
The total cost of deaths from opioid overdoses in Colorado topped $15.2 billion last year.
Health centers in Colorado and across the nation are facing staffing shortages, and recruiting people into entry-level positions can be especially challenging.