Colorado students across grades have increasingly struggled to make gains in math while falling short of grade-level benchmarks
Colorado lawmakers consider reforms to how family courts handle abuse allegations
Several people who testified in favor of the proposed reforms are plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit against former custody evaluator Mark Kilmer, alleging fraud and breach of contract.
Colorado man enters guilty plea for role in Jan. 6 riots, faces 4 years in prison
Robert Gieswein, of Woodland Park, was one of the first rioters to enter the Capitol. Feds say he ran a private paramilitary training group called the Woodland Wild Dogs.
Kamala Harris discusses water conservation, climate change during stop in Arvada
The vice president was joined by U.S. Rep. Brittany Pettersen and climber Sasha DiGiulian
What goes into the “cat-and-mouse game” of forecasting Colorado’s avalanche risks?
Colorado Avalanche Information Center forecasters need intricate knowledge of snowy layers that sit below the surface as they warn public of hazards and risks.
10 bills that were doomed in Colorado’s Democratic legislature that Republicans introduced anyway
One way for the power-limited GOP to make their voices heard at the Capitol is by introducing “statement bills.” Some of the measures are highly controversial.
Colorado grocery, convenience stores uncork wine sales starting March 1
Trader Joe’s, Safeway and King Soopers all plan to immediately sell wine in their stores.
Colorado law makes it very difficult and financially perilous to sue the gun industry. That’s likely to change.
Colorado Democrats this year are poised to roll back the state’s extra protections against lawsuits for gun and ammunition manufacturers and sellers, which are among the toughest in the country
Many kids in universal preschool will likely end up in school districts. Will that shutter community providers?
Colorado’s expanded preschool program will serve 3-year-olds who need more schooling before kindergarten. With districts managing state funding for those kids, community providers worry they will meet a financial cliff.
Water conservation remains a huge concern in the West, annual Colorado College poll shows
The State of the Rockies project’s 13th annual poll found that Coloradans and other western states are still on high alert about water shortages — and willing to act