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Colorado Democratic Party begins steps to remove vice-chair who harassed lawmaker

A court recently granted a protective order to Rep. Leslie Herod over Sheena Kadi’s behavior

Bill banning purchase, sale and transfer of so-called assault weapons in Colorado clears first hurdle

A similar measure was rejected in its first committee hearing last year

New law means HOAs can’t stop you from hardening your home against wildfires

Gov. Polis says legislation should help residents safeguard their homes and save money on insurance

Coloradans making travel plans to see total eclipse in April 2024

‘It is the closest thing to space travel that you can experience without leaving the surface of the earth’

Colorado Parks and Wildlife lands a spectacular hunting and fishing ranch in South Park

Collard Ranch and 5 miles of pristine trout stream will become a state wildlife area for $8.25 million

Colorado could owe $2 billion in taxpayer refunds. That will squeeze next year’s state budget

The state’s quarterly economic forecast in March takes on special importance, because the estimates determine how much the legislature has to spend in its annual budget

National Association of Realtors settle antitrust lawsuit for $418 million, a win for Colorado sellers

The way Coloradans buy and sell homes is about to get a major overhaul that will shave thousands of dollars off the cost of putting a house on the market. The National Association of Realtor...

Colorado Sen. Hickenlooper chairs hearing on legislation to bolster youth apprenticeships

Senators hear witnesses on how new bill could aid alternative education programs across the country

The Blotter, March 6-11

March 11 11:56 a.m. A person who allegedly using an illegal substance at the Marathon Tempo Mini mart, 20800 U.S. Highway 160 West, was arrested for having an open container. 4:54 p....

Ken Buck rejects Lauren Boebert’s claim that he is resigning to hamper her run for his congressional seat

The Windsor Republican, in an interview with The Colorado Sun, called the accusation ‘ridiculous’

Colorado wildlife officials are visiting wolf-impacted communities after rocky start to reintroduction

State leaders admonished Colorado Parks and Wildlife over poor transparency when wolves were released in December. Can the agency rebuild trust?

Colorado scientists develop a laser to measure cow burps

A new study suggests an instrument developed in Colorado could clarify an urgent mystery facing the planet: the amount of climate-warming pollution wafting out of cows and other farm animals...