Colorado’s public school enrollment nudged up this year — propelled by changes in full-day kindergarten, according to official numbers released Thursday.
Sen. Pettersen makes history as one of first state lawmakers to give birth during Colorado legislative sessionBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
The proposed laws, if enacted, “would bring devastating harms to the transgender community,” said Chase Strangio, a transgender-rights lawyer with the American Civil Liberties Union
U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear Colorado’s presidential electors case. Here’s why the state thinks it will win.
The key question in a case that could affect the entire Electoral College: Do presidential electors have to follow the popular vote?
Susan Holmes said there was a credible risk of unlawful or reckless use of a firearm by Colorado State University police Officer Phillip Morris because he threatened and killed her son, Jeremy Holmes
Taxpayers are only covering Democrats’ legal fees in a partisan Colorado legislature lawsuit. Republicans say that’s unfair.
The case has cost taxpayers $40,000 and counting, more than half of which was appropriated without necessary lawmaker approval
In her Jan. 9 petition for an extreme risk protection order, Susan Holmes said there was a credible risk of unlawful or reckless use of a firearm by Phillip Morris because he threatened and killed her son
“Where are we going to go now?” Denver closes park near Capitol, clears homeless camp citing rats, health hazards
City officials say they didn't use closing the park as an excuse to remove an encampment at the high-profile intersection. The people staying there don’t believe them.
Crow is a Democrat from Aurora who unseated longtime Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman in 2018
Statewide, Colorado’s 81.1% graduation rate still leaves the state below the national average