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Effort to protect same-sex marriage at the polls kicks off in Colorado

State Constitution still defines marriage as being between a man and a woman

Colorado lawmakers pass bipartisan property tax relief bill as 2024 legislative session comes to a close

The General Assembly hopes its legislation will persuade voters not to back property tax measures on the November ballot that would ravage state and local government budgets

Colorado House members join vote to save Speaker Mike Johnson

Only Democratic Rep. Diana DeGette voted to move forward on effort to oust Johnson

Colorado lawmakers mark boisterous end to legislative session

In recent years, sessions have wrapped up with rancor and exhaustion. This year, the mood was more positive

Top Democrats, Republicans join together on 11th-hour property tax deal

Bill would permanently lower overall tax rates

The Blotter, May 3-6

Durango Police Department Monday 1:45 a.m. A man spray painted a window in the 600 block of Main Ave. Sunday 12:45 a.m. A plastic trash bin was on fire in the east 200 block of Eight...

Bill to ban purchase, sale and transfer of so-called assault weapons in Colorado will be shelved

Sponsor of House Bill 1292 will ask for measure to be killed

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

Littleton bus aide accused of assaulting disabled students appears in court, faces 10 additional charges

Arapahoe County prosecutors on Friday filed an additional 10 charges against a Littleton Public Schools bus aide who they allege repeatedly physically abused nonverbal autistic kids as they ...

The deal behind Colorado’s oil and gas deal: No new drilling policies until 2028

A grand bargain Gov. Jared Polis announced last week isn’t only intended to avert the current showdown over oil and gas development in Colorado. The political truce is engineered to prevent ...

Analyzing 5 years of injuries, crashes and hit-and-runs at Colorado ski areas

The Colorado Sun spent two years assembling hard-to-get data

The Blotter, May 1

Durango Police Department Wednesday 6:18 a.m. A vehicle was broken into at Burger King, 1415 Main Ave. 9:41 a.m. A disgruntled man was harassing someone in the east 100 block of Seve...
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