From left: House Minority Leader Patrick Neville, R-Castle Rock, Senate Minority Leader Chris Holbert, R-Parker, and Assistant House Minority Leader Kevin Van Winkle, R-Highlands Ranch, listen to Democratic Gov. Jared Polis deliver his first State of the State address at the Colorado Capitol on Jan. 10, 2019. (Kathryn Scott, Special to The Colorado Sun)

How do Republicans stay relevant in the Colorado legislature? It depends who you ask.

Democrats control the Colorado Senate, House and governor’s office, meaning the GOP has little power in the statehouse -- but options on how to navigate through being in the minority

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RTD board soundly rejects resolution to replace security with social workers

The resolution lost in a 14-1 vote in the Regional Transportation District's publicly elected board of directors.

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Coronavirus has led to a boom in single-use plastics. NREL is launching a new effort to upcycle them.

Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette was in Golden for the groundbreaking where he pledged the Trump administration’s support for renewable energy efforts, despite proposed budget cuts

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Colorado hopes a new higher education funding formula will make a difference for students. It may not be easy.

The state’s newest model will provide money to schools based on metrics that include how many students of color it enrolls, and how many are low-income, the first to go to college in their family and are from Colorado