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Colorado state rep fails to make GOP primary ballot after losing to candidate with recent felony conviction

Rep. Mary Bradfield of Colorado Springs lost to Karl Dent at House District 21 assembly

Colorado city marks anniversary of deadly supermarket attack

BOULDER – With flowers and a public remembrance for those who died and those still grieving, Colorado residents were marking the one-year anniversary Tuesday of a shooting at a busy supermar...

Murder charged dropped against ex-Denver TV station guard

DENVER – A judge has granted a request by prosecutors to drop a second-degree murder charge against a former television station security guard who shot and killed a pro-police demonstrator a...

Japanese internment camp in Colorado named historic site

DENVER (AP) — President Joe Biden signed a bipartisan bill into law Friday designating a former World War II Japanese American internment camp in rural Colorado as a federal historic site managed by the National Park Service.

Republican challenger Shelli Shaw to run for House District 59

Candidate highlights education, crime among policy priorities

Drought amplifies beetle damage to Colorado’s forests

State Forest Service report highlights trees’ fragility as insects spread

Republican candidates for governor share policy goals as state assembly approaches

Ganahl, Lopez and others discuss gas prices, abortion bill at El Paso County debate

Alabama-to-Colorado flight diverted due to unruly passenger

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – A commercial flight from Huntsville, Alabama, to Denver was diverted to Wichita, Kansas, after a passenger became unruly, news outlets reported. Zara Lowry, who was on boa...

Regional opioid group selects members in preparation for settlement funds

The SouthWEST Opioid Response District will decide how to use the money to combat substance abuse in Southwest Colorado

Coloradans will be charged $29 for a state parks pass when registering cars

Residents can opt out of the Keep Colorado Wild Pass

‘Deplorable’ practices inspire Colorado bill that would give state more power to inspect funeral homes

Sen. Don Coram: ‘This is just vital that we give this bill full consideration’

Some in state Legislature want to stop tiny committees from appointing state lawmakers

One in five Colorado representatives were at some point appointed to a statehouse seat