Articles By The Associated Press
Opponents of Colorado’s new oil and gas regulation law won’t try to repeal it — at least not this year
Opponents had planned to ask voters in November 2019 to repeal and replace the law, but last week the Colorado secretary of state's office rejected four versions of their proposed ballot initiative
The public option legislation directs the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing and the Department of Regulatory Agencies to deliver a proposal in November
The 2015 sage grouse plans are widely considered to have stopped the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service from listing sage grouse under the Endangered Species Act
Anyone who works in marijuana — legal or not — can be denied U.S. citizenship, immigration authorities say
In Colorado, immigration attorneys say at least two green-card holders were denied citizenship because they worked or had worked in marijuana-related jobs. There are probably more, they say.
Michael Bennet said that is he's cancer free after treatment he will run for president
Florida woman found dead after manhunt, statewide school closures over threat, “infatuation” with Columbine
The FBI's Denver office confirmed via Twitter that Sol Pais is dead after a massive manhunt and more than 1,000 school closures around the state of Colorado.
Half of Americans blame students being bullied a great deal for school shootings. Roughly a third say the same of the internet and television, music and video games.
In Colorado, only Denver routinely releases, on request, details of internal probes, according to the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition
Chevron vaults into new league with $33B acquisition of Anadarko, one of Colorado’s largest oil and gas operators
The deal announced Friday comes with U.S. crude prices up 40% this year and vaults Chevron into a new league