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$1 million awarded to 26 open education grant projects from Colorado commission

The projects exist to help students get through college without debilitating textbook costs

Will votes for Trump count in Colorado’s upcoming presidential primary?

Fremont County Clerk Justin Grantham says he has been asked “every day” whether a vote for GOP candidate Donald Trump will be counted on Super Tuesday. “We are in a limbo situation where we ...

Companies used scheme to shift liability for orphaned wells onto Colorado, lawsuit claims

Denver-based HRM Resources acted as a middleman, moving wells from larger companies to smaller ones that went bankrupt, lawsuit says

Colorado’s medical aid-in-dying residency requirement won’t be lifted

Senate BIll 68 was also changed to shrink the waiting period for people seeking medical aid in dying to seven days from 15. As introduced, the legislation would have reduced the waiting period to 48 hours

What is a ‘red flag warning?’

The term ‘red flag warning’ often appears in Colorado forecasts. But what does this term mean and how do experts determine when to issue one? “There are two parts to red flag warnings,” said...

Enrollment is beginning for Colorado’s universal preschool

Registration will soon open for Colorado’s voter-approved program that gives free preschool instruction to nearly 40,000 4-year-olds and about 10,000 3-year-olds. There are some changes to t...

Colorado conservatives want a property tax cap. The state’s bipartisan tax commission hates the idea

Policymakers are trying to mitigate sticker shock for homeowners without harming public services like schools and emergency responders

Climate change is erasing decades of air quality improvements. It’s also making Colorado’s air worse

Climate change is fueling environmental conditions that are worsening air quality across Colorado and other Western states, new data shows. The data, recently released by the nonprofit First...

Nikki Haley came to Colorado. Here’s how her visit went

The Republican said she’d be a better candidate than Trump against Democratic President Joe Biden

Colorado’s public defenders say they need 230 more attorneys to provide effective counsel

Biggest factor driving need is a 4,500% increase in volume of evidence in the digital age

Meet the new owners of Silverton Mountain

Andy Culp and Brock Strasbourger want to protect what they say should be a ‘true, pure ski experience’

State launches first-ever firearm data dashboard to help residents understand gun violence, prevention

The hub is known as the Colorado Gun Violence Prevention Resource Ban