Sandra Brown, Mesa County’s former elections manager, pleaded guilty Wednesday to attempting to influence a public servant, a felony, and a misdemeanor count of official misconduct
The state treasury holds thousands of abandoned items in its vault. This allowed one man revisiting his former home to reclaim a part of his childhood.
The attack on the LGBTQ safe haven lasted fewer than 10 minutes but left five dead, 18 injured and a community shaken but resilient
“Club Q was that safe place for people to come and feel and understand that they are normal, that the way they feel is normal and there are people just like them,” owner Matthew Haynes said
A gunman entered Club Q just before midnight and began shooting. Club patrons were able to stop the gunman, police say. The suspect is in custody.
All eyes are on the 3rd Congressional District race and a handful of counties that haven’t yet posted their final results.
The 3rd Congressional District contest was separated by fewer than 1,000 votes on Thursday afternoon
The Court of Appeals ruled Denver District Judge J. Eric Elliff erred when he dismissed a lawsuit filed by Phil and Nancy Anschutz against the Colorado Court of Appeals
The voter-by-voter push in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District could determine which party controls the U.S. House next year. And the voters whose ballots were rejected are feeling the brunt of that reality.
Turnout in the Republican’s 3rd Congressional District is down from 2018, the last midterm election. She outperformed the GOP’s U.S. Senate and gubernatorial candidates in some of the district’s 27 counties.