Health insurance brokers say the state is interfering in the free market to favor the Colorado Option, potentially at consumers’ expense
The Club Q shooting has added pressure on Democrats at the Colorado Capitol, who were already likely to pursue stricter gun laws in 2023
The Carbondale lawmaker is a member of the Joint Budget Committee. A vacancy committee will pick a replacement to serve out the rest of his term, which ends January 2025.
As protesters demand equal women’s rights and freedom, Iranian students in Colorado are asking — will their government heed the call and will Americans stand in solidarity?
Boebert leads Frisch, who has already conceded, by 550 votes. The recount is not expected to change the outcome of the 3rd Congressional District race.
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 only Republican candidate for major statewide office who fared worse than Lauren Boebert in 26 counties analyzed by The Colorado Sun was gubernatorial candidate Heidi Ganahl
A weapons ban is far off in a closely divided Congress. But Biden and the Democrats have become increasingly emboldened in pushing for stronger gun controls — and doing so with no clear electoral consequences.
Data recently reviewed by state lawmakers reinforces findings from a Colorado Sun investigation that found 13% of adoptions of foster children have failed in the last decade — mainly due to behavioral issues
In June 2021, the sheriff’s office arrested the alleged shooter, Anderson Aldrich, on felony menacing and kidnapping charges. Formal charges weren’t pursued and the case was sealed.