The Democrat kicked off his second term by promising to help Coloradans hold onto more of their “hard-earned money,” “tackle crime head on,” and “continue on our bold path toward making Colorado 100% renewable-energy.”
If approved, it will mark the third time in as many years state lawmakers slap a Band-Aid on a problem that has big ramifications for schools and local governments.
Tracey Bernett was charged in November with felony counts of attempting to influence a public servant, forgery and providing false information about a residence
The Grand County Sheriff’s Office says it was alerted to the slide on Corona Pass, in the area of Mount Epworth and Pumphouse Lake, at about 2:15 p.m.
State Rep.-elect Ron Weinberg, of Loveland, says he reported the weapons as stolen as soon as he realized they were missing. Both guns were unloaded and secured with trigger locks, he said.
While state lawmakers are still working on the fine print of their policy proposals this year, there are new dynamics at play at the Colorado Capitol that will drive how the session unfolds
Costas John Sivyllis, 30, and his wife, Lindsey Vogelaar, 33, died in the crash
The legislature may choose to keep refunds tied to Coloradans’ income levels, or they could repeat what they did in 2022: issue flat sums
Summit County Rescue Group said the avalanche happened in a backcountry area called The Numbers, which is outside the Breckenridge Ski Resort boundary on Peak 10
Some Colorado homeowners are telling state regulators and lawmakers that they can’t secure coverage for their homes because of rising wildfire risk