The Polis administration wants a greater say over hospital prices for more than 1 million Coloradans
A forthcoming rule is the result of a bill passed earlier this year, but hospitals and insurance companies remain wary
She blames America’s gun culture for her son’s death. But the NRA may profit from a plea deal with the gun owner.By John Frank Crime and Courts Primary category in which blog post is published
Michael Bloomberg unveils his presidential gun reform platform in Aurora, says he’s unsure about his chances in the stateBy The Associated Press Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado is owed 9,900 acres by the federal government. But getting that land could mean no more recreating on it.By Jason Blevins Outdoors Primary category in which blog post is published
Climbing gyms used to only offer dead-end jobs. Now, they’re a foothold for a route through the industry.
As the rock gym industry has grown -- there were 507 in the U.S. last year -- and become more sophisticated, so has work keeping climbing routes fresh
The definitive guide to Colorado’s history-making, fan-angering, TV landscape-shifting winter sports blackout
While the Altitude-Comcast impasse ends up in federal court, Nuggets and Avalanche faithful find work-arounds to watch their teams. But the sports broadcast business model is in flux.
Regional sports networks like Altitude are feeling the financial pain of a new era in the way Americans watch TV
Federal officials say the transfer would satisfy the debt it owed Colorado in 1876 under the Statehood Act.
Craig Landau, a Purdue employee since 1999 who rose to the top job in 2017, is named as a defendant in lawsuits filed by Colorado, Massachusetts, five local governments and more than 100 hospitals
Agriculture is part of the climate change problem. Colorado wants farmers’ soil to be part of the solution.
With more statewide support, farmers and ranchers hope to boost the health of Colorado's agricultural lands and conserve water while also meeting business goals.
Colorado’s new reinsurance program has a TABOR problem. Lawmakers fear that could cause “cascading” impacts across the budget.
As Polis requests more money, a legislative analysis found the health insurance program could have an additional $165 million budgetary hit
Colorado’s guidance to police on the red flag law doesn’t include what to do if someone won’t give up their guns
The lack of a roadmap on the crucial — and potentially deadly — question of what to do when someone refuses to hand over their guns underscores broader law enforcement unknowns around the complicated new law
The changes come after a Denver high school principal, who is a member of the Klamath tribe of Oregon, expressed horror with the curriculum — and frustration that it hadn’t yet been changed