Fatal drug overdoses in Colorado were up 37.5% last year, according to data recently released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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A new law allowing the harvest of certain roadkill went into effect recently in Wyoming.
As more federal data show a major spike in inflation, another top federal official said the U.S. is in for more aggressive inflation for the rest of 2021.
The country is opening up and travel is increasing, but visitors are finding the rental car landscape a bit empty.
Marijuana sales in Colorado slumped lower in May even though 2021 is still shaping up to be a record-breaking year, according to data from the state's revenue department.
President Joe Biden touted a new policy Thursday that he says will financially benefit millions of Americans with children.
Ongoing drought that some say is a continuation of a dry period starting in the late 1990s continues to plague New Mexico's agricultural sector.
A small business in Grand Junction is suing to stop the state of Colorado from collecting a premium for the paid family and medical leave ballot measure that voters passed last year.
The Colorado Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission filed a petition with the state Supreme Court on Tuesday to adjust its September 1 deadline to present the finalized congressional map.
Recent housing inventory gains haven't slowed Colorado's red-hot real estate market like some analysts predicted.