April 2020 chickens and eggs report for the USDA mountain states region, including Colorado and Utah.
April 2020 cattle on feed report for Colorado and the United States from the USDA.
(The Center Square) - The country's largest ticketed beer festival has cancelled its in-person event this year, instead opting for an "immersive online experience" because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Great American Beer Festival, typically held at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, was originally scheduled for Sept. 24-26 but will instead offer livestream experiences from Oct. 16-17, the Brewers Association said.
Colorado leaders across the state are suiing over an executive order issued by Governor Jared Polis suspending several laws related to petition signatures.
More than 400,000 people in Colorado have filed unemployment claims since the start of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic reached the state in March.
Colorado's first-in-the-nation automatic voter registration system began to operate this week.
Draft guidelines for limited reopening of Colorado restaurants and bars have been released, with final plans set to be released May 25.
Colorado was among nine states receiving an 'A' grade for its reopening strategy following the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic's first wave of illness.
Nearly $1.7 billion in federal emergency funds will be distributed to local governments across Colorado.
A coalition of conservative and libertarian groups have announced a joint petition drive asking for voters to approve state fee hikes.