Football, boys soccer, girls volleyball, field hockey and gymnastics won't return until the spring
These Colorado school districts are welcoming students back for in-person learning this fall. Here’s why they feel it’s safe.By Erica Breunlin Education Primary category in which blog post is published
Opposition grows to new Colorado rule requiring purchase of hunting, fishing license to access some public landsBy Jason Blevins Outdoors Primary category in which blog post is published
Are you wearing your mask? Because public health officials in Colorado are watching you to find out.
Tri-County Health Department has been dispatching volunteers to conduct mask surveys since April. Now Boulder and Gunnison counties are starting their own coronavirus recon missions.
Colorado State University president vows to investigate claim athletes were told not to reveal coronavirus symptoms
Colorado State football players and members of the athletic staff say coaches told them not to report coronavirus symptoms and threatened players with reduced playing time should they quarantine.
The Denver Police Department says it will "be providing full logistical and investigative support in this matter."
Colorado increases tax on oil and gas operators to fund a $3.4 million shortfall in regulators’ budget
The drilling industry supported the move after the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission opted not to increase the tax by a larger margin
Coronavirus upended most everything about the on-campus college experience, including classroom debates, dorm life and schedules. Students say that should be reflected in their tuition bills.
Vanessa Wilson named Aurora’s new police chief as department continues facing scrutiny over Elijah McClain’s death
Vanessa Wilson, who is white, has 23 years of experience with the police department in Colorado’s third-largest city
Gov. Jared Polis vowed to attend the first competition that happens in the fall season in celebration of high school sports returning
Colorado’s attorney general has sent 34 cease-and-desist letters cracking down on coronavirus spread
The latest letters targeted concerts in Weld County and a Teller County Bible camp where the number of infected attendees and staff has reached 41
Republican Cory Gardner thanked Trump for "making it happen." Trump thanked Gardner for championing the legislation.