Weiser’s victory continues his trajectory as a rising Democratic star in Colorado
Delaney Nelson is The Colorado Sun's 2022 Medill School of Journalism Fellow.
Democrat Dave Young reelected as Colorado treasurer
Young won his second term after defeating Republican Lang Sias
Michael Bennet elected to his third U.S. Senate term as Colorado voters reject Republican Joe O’Dea
If Bennet, a Democrat, serves his full six-year term he will become Colorado’s longest-serving U.S. senator in the century since state legislatures stopped selecting senators
There will be a total eclipse of the moon on Election Day. Here’s what you need to know.
Tuesday will mark the last total lunar eclipse until March 2025
New citizen advisory board to evaluate Clear Creek County Sheriff’s Office following Christian Glass’ death
Officers shot and killed the 22-year-old inside his car after he called for roadside assistance while stranded in a small mountain town.
Elections officials, police investigating after 2022 ballot with suspicious substance is found in Adams County
Preliminary testing found nothing toxic in the substance — which contains some “cooking” materials — but authorities say it will take as long as five days before they are confident the ballot can be safely handled
Republican candidate for Colorado House falsely claims Planned Parenthood sells body parts, FBI instigated U.S. Capitol riot
Pastor Scott Bottoms, who calls himself anti-establishment and part of the “far right,” is expected to cruise to victory Tuesday in the GOP-leaning House District 15
Two suspects killed inside stolen car by Douglas County deputies identified as Pueblo residents
About 35 rounds were fired in three exchanges of gunfire between deputies and pair inside a vehicle with no plates and punched-out locks
Where Michael Bennet and Joe O’Dea, Colorado’s U.S. Senate candidates, stand on the issues
Bennet, the Democratic incumbent, is running for his third six-year term in the Senate. O’Dea, a Republican first-time candidate, is the owner of a Denver construction company.
Amendment D: Colorado’s governor would be empowered to reassign judges to newly created judicial district
The constitutional amendment would let the governor move judges from the 18th Judicial District into the 23rd Judicial District