“She is now resting and recovering with a good prognosis,” said a statement released by Faith Winter’s friends and family
The Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights refunds will be slightly lower in part because there was an increased number of people filing 2022 tax returns, meaning the refund dollars are being spread thinner than anticipated
The latest attempt is a proposed set of convoluted rules changes for the Colorado GOP’s central committee meeting at the end of the month
The Republican congresswoman said “while none of my actions or words as a private citizen that night were intended to be malicious or meant to cause harm, the reality is they did and I regret that”
The congresswoman’s campaign said she was asked to leave for taking photographs. The Denver Arts and Venues said two patrons were booted for other reasons.
Eric Coomer, a former executive at Denver-based Dominion Voting Systems, is suing Lindell in his personal capacity, as well as in his capacity as the CEO of both MyPillow and FrankSpeech
In his new position, the Denver Democrat will have the power to determine who sits on Senate committees and will manage the Senate’s day-to-day calendar
Arapahoe County prosecutors said Officer James Snapp was legally justified when he stopped Richardson and Officer Roch Gruszeczka was legally justified in using deadly force
The suit was filed by the Washington, D.C.-based Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics. It alleges the former president’s ties to the Jan. 6 riot disqualify him for running for president again.
Gabe Evans, of Fort Lupton, is a former police officer and a military veteran