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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

Gambling is on the rise in Colorado. So are efforts to prevent addiction

When Coloradans voted to establish casinos in three historic struggling mining towns back in 1990, it was called “Limited Gaming.” These days it’s not so limited. The industry has rapidly ex...

Top Republican at Colorado Capitol jumps into crowded 4th Congressional District race

House Minority Leader Mike Lynch’s announcement comes a week after U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert said she was abandoning her 3rd Congressional District reelection bid to run in the 4th District

Armed man arrested for allegedly breaking into Colorado Supreme Court building

Denver police arrested a man early Tuesday morning after he allegedly shot out a window at the Colorado Supreme Court building and broke inside. The man, identified as Brandon Olsen, held a ...

A decade of legal cannabis in Colorado

Colorado has sold $11.7 billion in cannabis from hundreds of stores across the state

Colorado’s statewide e-bike program is so popular that it’s already used up its initial funding

Colorado’s statewide e-bike program has proven so shockingly successful that it’s now clamping on the brakes to review its budget and reallocate funding from a separate grant program for bat...

As the world ends the hottest year recorded, scientists say it’s getting harder to predict Colorado’s climate

State has received less snow than is typical for this time of year, a stark contrast to last winter

Colorado voters approved psilocybin mushrooms in 2022. Now the state is setting up how they’ll be regulated

Colorado is now one of the first states to have its own Division of Natural Medicine that will, in about a year, issue licenses to spaces where psilocybin will be legally consumed. A small t...

CPW says it will not kill wolves after attacks on North Park rancher’s cattle

In the latest chapter of Don Gittleson’s fight to protect his livestock from wolves, Colorado Parks and Wildlife says he should continue using mitigation tools the rancher claims haven’t worked

What Colorado’s congressional delegation got done this year – and what’s ahead

The Colorado Sun examines how the bills introduced by the seven Democrats and three Republicans in Colorado’s congressional delegation fared this year

Opponents say little has changed with Rep. Lauren Boebert out of District 3 race

Lawmaker announced Wednesday she will run in Colorado’s 4th Congressional District