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2 years of college covered for Colorado students under new law

Colorado college students can get the first two years of their education covered by the state under a new law signed by Gov. Jared Polis on Thursday. House Bill 24-1340 creates a refundable ...

‘People like to make an example’: Wolf advocate says lobbying accusations are part of political war

A complaint against an environmental advocate is moving forward after Colorado officials said they found evidence of a lobbying violation involving a bill about the reintroduction of gray wo...

Lawmakers address health care, tribal protections during end-of-session review in Durango

Rep. Barbara McLachlan and Sen. Cleave Simpson drop by library for Q&A with residents

A youth corps will deploy in Colorado this fall to help teens struggling with mental health

Colorado is joining 10 other states to launch the nation’s first corps of young people to help teenagers access critical mental health resources. Hundreds of Corps members will be deployed i...

Federal land managers are planning Colorado’s next wild horse roundup, ignoring pleas to stop using a helicopter

The BLM’s management plan for the Little Book Cliffs near Palisade calls for removing about 100 horses with a helicopter roundup

Telluride man sentenced to a year in prison for involvement in Capitol Riot

A man from Telluride will serve 12 months and one day in federal prison after pleading guilty to a felony charge for his involvement in the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol. Avery Ma...

Rep. Lauren Boebert attends Trump hush money trial

She’s one of a number of Republican lawmakers who have traveled to New York City to support the former president

Here’s what the Colorado Legislature did for criminal justice reform during 2024 session

The Colorado Legislature approved a variety of bills changing the state’s criminal justice system relating to law enforcement, jails, and protections for those convicted of crimes. Here are ...

Colorado nonprofit helps working single moms keep their vehicles running

For many, having a reliable vehicle is not just a luxury, it's a necessity. It helps one get to work, take their kids to school and manage the daily demands of life. However, when the need f...

Coloradans’ injuries from guns have cost $8.4 million in health care in six-year span

Two years ago, Colorado hit a record number of firearm-related injuries – which racked up $8.4 million in medical bills. More than 7,000 health care claims were filed in 2022, according to a...

To-go alcohol to be a permanent part of restaurant takeout in Colorado

Picking up a to-go cocktail or glass of wine will be a permanent feature of restaurant takeout in Colorado, thanks to a new law signed by the governor. Gov. Jared Polis used an executive ord...

Colorado lawmakers reject push to prevent local short-term rental rules from applying to backcountry huts and cabins

Senate Bill 213, which was connected to the wealthy owner of a backcountry property outside Crested Butte, drew the ire of counties