Colorado is awarding $10.33 million to ChargePoint to build 33 electric vehicle charging stations along major roads across the state.
Colorado's 2018 midterm election was an across-the-board smackdown to Republicans. Democrats won every statewide office for the first time in 80 years and gained their largest legislative majority since 1958.
In several local elections, voters rejected Republicans and chose Democrats who were either manifestly unqualified or incredibly outside the mainstream.
Shell-shocked Republicans are asking, "Want went wrong?" The answers may not be what Republicans want to hear.
First, a little good news: Coloradans do not want to pay more taxes.
One person can impact the Supreme Court, but not as much as you may think.
Former State Senator and State Treasurer Mark Hillman's thoughts on the media today.
Colorado's Lt. Governor will head Columbia University Medical Center at the end of her term in January 2019.
The Colorado Department of Agriculture has extended the deadline for nominations to the state's Noxious Week Adviory Committee.
The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commissionvoted Thursday to approve increases to hunting and fishing licenses, camping and daily and annual park pass fees. The changes to these fees are a result of the passage of Senate Bill 18-143 this spring. These approved fee increases will take effect January 1, 2019.
Law enforcement agencies across Colorado are cracking down on impaired driving during the Thanksgiving holiday period.
Governor orders flags lowered to honor victims of Thousand Oaks shooting
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper has ordered flags to be lowered to half-staff on all public buildings statewide until sunset November 10, 2018, in honor of the victims of the Thousand Oaks shooting, and as proclaimed by President Donald Trump.