The Secretary of State's Office announced on Monday that it's investigating a second complaint alleging campaign finance violations by Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters. Read more
A panel of lawmakers charged with crafting legislation governing pensions for police, firefighters and state employees on Tuesday approved a trio of bills ahead of the coming legislative session. Read more
A man who was beaten and tased by Denver police when he was 17 years old is set to receive a $1.2 million settlement after the Denver City Council approved the funds Monday. Read more
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear the appeal of a Navajo man who claims that the charges he faced for in the tribal and federal justice systems for a single crime in Colorado violated double jeopardy. Read more
The friendly face of a familiar former Coloradan is set to lead a new effort to communicate innovations and ideas across state lines.
Jimmy Sengenberger: Tri-County Health Department's Dr. John "Douglas still hasn’t completed — has never even considered — a meaningful cost-benefit analysis for his actions."