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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

The Blotter, Jan. 5-7

Sunday 12:37 p.m. A person at the Espero Apartments, 1053 Avenida del Sol, was arrested for a warrant. 5:14 p.m. A person near the intersection of East 30th Street and Main Avenue wa...

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 ...

The Blotter, Jan. 4-5

Friday 12:38 a.m. A man at the downtown Speedway gas station, 602 Camino del Rio, was arrested for trespassing. Thursday 11:05 a.m. A two-vehicle crash where one car allegedly rear-e...

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...

The Blotter, Jan. 3-4

Thursday 3:34 a.m. A person at the DoubleTree By Hilton Durango hotel, 501 Camino del Rio, was arrested for trespassing. Wednesday 1:37 p.m. A person near the end of the Durango Tra...

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...