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As lawmakers return to work, cost of living, challenges of governing are top of mind

The Colorado Capitol will be bustling today for the start of the state’s annual legislative session. Lawmakers convene under the backdrop of high national political tensions, international c...

TABOR refunds will remain tax-free this filing season

Looks like Colorado's TABOR refunds won’t be considered taxable income by the IRS this tax season. Sen. Michael Bennet confirmed in a meeting with the IRS and Gov. Jared Polis that TABOR ref...

Funeral home scandals prompt new calls for regulation in Colorado

‘It is clear that the public is harmed by the general lack of regulation’

Colorado’s outdoors are always a winner in the state lottery … even if you’re not

Ever taken a walk through Colorado's state parks? Notice the scenery. The well-maintained trails. It’s the outdoors that people think about when they think of Colorado. And it takes millions...

Federal judge rejects Tina Peters’ attempt to halt her Mesa County criminal trial

Former county clerk’s trial on 10 counts connected to a breach of Mesa County’s election system set to begin Feb. 7

Dave Williams, chairman of Colorado GOP, announces bid to replace Doug Lamborn in Congress

Williams plans to remain as chairman during his congressional bid. The former state representative tried to oust Lamborn in 2022, but his primary bid fell well short

Boebert and ex-husband are being investigated after alleged altercation in Silt restaurant

Jayson Boebert told The Daily Beast that his ex-wife punched him in the face

Court rules ‘secret voting’ system used by state Democrats violates Colorado open meetings law

A Denver judge is ordering Democratic lawmakers to stop using a private ranking system to prioritize bills for funding because the practice violates Colorado’s open meetings law. Legislative...

Campaign to protect natural gas at the Colorado ballot box gains momentum and money

After years of threatening to reignite Colorado’s oil and gas ballot wars, the state’s fossil fuel industry appears more serious than ever about mounting a campaign to ask voters to protect ...

Supreme Court agrees to consider Trump’s appeal to Colorado ballot ruling

The highest court in the nation will decide whether Coloradans can vote for former President Donald Trump in the state’s GOP primary this March. The court announced Friday afternoon it will ...

Colorado becomes one of the first to employ an incarcerated professor

CAÑON CITY – On a late-November afternoon, at the head of a cramped classroom, David Carrillo stood at a small podium and quizzed 17 students on macroeconomic terminology. For the two-hour c...

Rep. Boebert heads to District 4 peddling a familiar pitch

“I’m doing everything that I can for the conservative movement to remain a strong voice in Washington, D.C.,” she said in an interview