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Colorado could pay $3,000 to thousands of people leaving prison – if they stick to the program

Under a proposed new law, many people leaving jail and prison in Colorado would get some extra help from the state government. They could receive up to $3,000 each in state funds to help wit...

Ouray police chief placed on leave amid sexual assault investigation involving stepson

Ouray Police Chief Jeff Woods is on paid administrative leave from the Ouray Police Department as investigators look into sexual assault allegations involving the police chief’s stepson. The...

Woman, 22, dies at Aspen Highlands ski area after colliding with tree

The woman was skiing on an intermediate run Saturday morning and was pronounced dead at the scene

If artificial intelligence is going to get involved in elections, Colorado lawmakers want voters to know

Colorado could be the next state to set guardrails on how artificial intelligence is used in political campaigns and election communications, as the world adapts to new technologies that can...

Colorado 14er Kit Carson Mountain readies for a new name

Federal board wonders if a suggestion for “Mount Crestone” may be confused with nearby Crestone Peak and Crestone Needle as the state naming group weighs a new name for the 14er

Why Xcel Energy’s push to expand EV incentives has divided climate and consumer advocates

Buying an electric vehicle could soon be even cheaper for millions of Coloradans. The state already offers generous programs and tax benefits to offset the cost of a new plug-in vehicle as a...

Here’s where Colorado wolves have been hanging out – for now

It’s been more than a month since Gov. Jared Polis popped open a set of crates holding wolves from Oregon, kicking off the state’s voter-approved effort to restore a viable population of pre...

Top Republican in Colorado House resigns from leadership a week after news about his 2022 DUI arrest

House Minority Leader Mike Lynch, R-Wellington, announced his decision in an emotional speech on the House floor as his ouster appeared imminent

Doctor killed in avalanche south of Telluride

Snowboarder was reported missing Monday night; rescue workers found body Tuesday morning

Colorado officials thought they had 3 more years to spend $1.5B in federal COVID aid. They have 11 months

State officials blamed the time crunch on shifting guidance from the U.S. Treasury Department

If Colorado’s rising property taxes stress you out, you might qualify for relief

Property tax bills will soon arrive in Colorado mailboxes, and after years of rising values, many homeowners may open them with a sense of dread. But there is the possibility of relief; more...

Recalls increase for tainted marijuana, as the industry calls for a study

There’s so much mold and fungus in the world that scientists believe people probably breathe a little in everyday. But Colorado still doesn’t want it in cannabis. Last year, there was a shar...