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Southwest Airlines, which also has a hub in Denver and has 737 Max airplanes, says it’s not sure when it will resume operating the plane out of the Mile High City
The new fatalities come even as active coronavirus cases in Colorado Department of Corrections facilities are decreasing
Grand County Search and Rescue said the man’s body was discovered after he was reported overdue by family members
Jared Polis said he was pardoning the balloon boy's parents, Mayumi Heene and Richard Heene, because "we are all ready to move past the spectacle from a decade ago"
Eric Coomer, a Coloradan, alleges he has been the target of a false conspiracy that has harmed his reputation and left him facing threats
The Justice Department alleges Walmart violated federal law by selling thousands of prescriptions for controlled substances that its pharmacists "knew were invalid"
The legislature was originally set to reconvene for the 2021 lawmaking term on Jan. 13
The skiers -- 55-year-old Albert Perry and 51-year-old Dr. Jeff Paffendorf -- were reported overdue and later found dead in an area known as "the Battleship," which is southeast of Ophir Pass
Officials are worried about a surge in backcountry skiers this year because of the coronavirus crisis
Adre “Psycho” Baroz is accused of first-degree murder in connection with the dissapearance and apparent death of Selena Esquibel
Some hospitals could finish giving first doses to staff in Phase 1a within weeks and move into Phase 1b
Buck, who lives in Windsor, was elected to the position for a two-year term in 2019
Attorney General Phil Weiser is employing his experience in antitrust cases. This is the second major lawsuit announced this month that Weiser is helping lead against a tech company.
State Rep Kyle Mullica, a Northglenn Democrat who has worked on vaccine legislation in the past, isn’t ruling out another bill around the coronavirus inoculation
President Donald Trump’s senior legal adviser, Jenna Ellis, urged the state legislature to investigate, but offered no substantive reason why
Documents obtained by The Colorado Sun through an open records request appear to contradict what Ellis told The Wall Street Journal about her termination
Health care workers will be the first recipients of Colorado’s first batch of vaccines, totaling 46,800 doses and expected to arrive this week
The Colorado Attorney General’s Office said time limited the investigation. The Catholic Church says it’s taken responsibility. But victims say the whole story hasn’t been told.
The Legislative Audit Committee, which is led by Republicans, will hold a hearing Tuesday to investigate alleged election discrepancies in Colorado. There’s no proof there were any.
Colorado has 46,800 doses of the Pfizer vaccine on order