At its Jan. 14 meeting, the Board of Douglas County Commissioners approved a funding agreement for $6.8 million with the county’s school district. The money will largely go toward physical security improvements to the district’s 91 public, 15 independent charter and eight private schools.
Regional Transportation District board members and staff on Tuesday voiced concerns in a public statement about a new Senate bill that would reform the agency’s board of directors and several key policies.
Paul Ballard, former president and CEO of Trinity Metro in Fort Worth, Texas, brings more than 40 years of experience as a leader in public and private sector transit systems.
As Colorado grows, its need for water grows but there are no clear answers on how to achieve that.
The bill would give Colorado workers leverage on working conditions, much like their counterparts in private market unions.
As Colorado wades into the murky waters of creating a public option insurance program, a Washington, D.C., health care advisory firm with a leader who lives in Denver has an online tool for tracking bills and issues.
Here's a problem you should hope to never have to worry about: the towing and impound fees for a vehicle that belonged to the victim of a crime.
For years, Denver has fought and failed to find solutions on homelessness, and the battle continues on many fronts. Colorado Politics dives deep into whether a winning strategy is in sight.
“There are so many questions that have to be asked,” Weiser said. “How much data are you collecting? How are you collecting it? How long is it stored? Who has access to it? And what happens if outside parties get access?”
Tom Cronin and Bob Loevy: "A relatively small number of early-voting states — Iowa, New Hampshire and a few others — will have a disproportionate say in who will be the major party nominee for president of the United States in 2020."
Mary Kay Provaznik: "Dominion Water & Sanitation District is ushering in a new era of water resources based on renewable water to northwest Douglas County."
The Colorado Republican is considered among a handful of swing votes who could determine whether the trial ends in days with a quick acquittal or is extended to allow senators to consider new evidence.
The retreat is hosted by the Department of Housing Stability at the request of Denver City Council members who want to learn more about the work the agency is doing and its plans going forward.
Firearm sales decreased in Colorado for the fifth year in a row, while denials of firearm transactions rose slightly, data from the Colorado Bureau of Investigation indicate.
Dan Haley, above, president and CEO of the Colorado Oil and Gas Association, suggested the Democratic politicians might be blame-shifting by foisting responsibility for problems within state agencies onto the private enterprise.
New bill attempts to find a way to fund transportation without raising taxes or taking money from other sources in the budget.
Kaley: "By creating a space for conservatives to connect and get involved locally, created by conservatives, CaucusRoom is not only unique, but positioned to grow quickly, and I’m ready to get to work.”
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment: “The department continues to believe the current health risk is low for novel coronavirus in Colorado.”
The Regional Transportation District’s board of directors is positioned to announce the agency’s new interim general manager and CEO on Tuesday night.
Two of the three men on Colorado's death row are there because they killed Fields' son in 2005 before he could testify against one of them as a witness to a murder.
The bill that is likely to produce sophomoric humor for the 2020 session is a weighty issue that cleared the House Energy & Environment Committee Monday on a 10-0 vote.
"If you're going to do something along the lines of paid family leave, it should be equitable and apply to all employees."
Murphy Robinson, the chief operating officer for the city, will serve as the interim executive director of the agency that oversees the city’s police, sheriff and fire departments.
Ray Rivera, a veteran strategist who was state director and western states caucus director for Barack Obama's 2008 campaign, will lead Bloomberg's Colorado operation.
Councilwoman Jamie Torres introduced a proclamation restating Denver’s commitment to accepting refugees from other countries. The declaration was adopted in a unanimous vote.
A ransom was paid to the hackers responsible for a cyberattack on a Denver college with hopes to restore their incapacitated systems, university officials said.
The state’s Title Board will hold a rehearing on four proposed initiatives designed to create an agency for out-of-school learning opportunities after a Boulder man objected to the measures’ ballot titles.
On Jan. 25, Pueblo inaugurated its year-long campaign to promote creative entrepreneurship, months after being designated a “Maker City” by the online crafts and accessories retailer Etsy.
There is a nationwide trend toward getting rid of late fines and expanding access.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday allowed a Trump Administration rule to take effect that would alter the ability of immigrants to obtain permanent residency.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump's legal team is raising a broad-based attack on the impeachment case against him even as it mostly brushes past allegations in a new book that could undercut a key defense argument at his Senate trial.
The Denver City Council unanimously supported the program that pairs up police with behavioral health clinicians to respond to 911 calls that involve individuals with mental health needs.
Not every government employee can get away with talking about romance in the workplace. But if you are Denver Clerk and Recorder Paul López, it’s part of the job.
Colorado’s tight job market isn’t affecting only fast-food restaurants, convenience stores and other businesses. It’s also a challenge for those who run elections.
Hal Bidlack: "The Republicans of the 'before-time' worked for smaller government and less spending. They cared about the debt and deficit. The Republicans before 2020 worked hard to help protect us from our overseas adversaries, especially the Soviet Union and later Russia. Then came Trump."
"I found it hard to believe that someone supposedly as knowledgeable as Hal Bidlack would be in favor of eliminating the Electoral College ... Apparently, he would like New York and California to dictate the presidential elections."
The Senate Judiciary Committee heard six hours of testimony on Senate Bill 100 from lawyers, academics, advocates and civil libertarians on Monday before voting 3-2 along party lines to move the bill to the Senate floor.
The immigration hardliner who served five terms in Congress said in a radio ad obtained by Colorado Politics that Boebert, the pistol-packing owner of Shooters Grill in Rifle, "has the same fight in her that I brought to Washington."
The conversation was part of a video that made headlines over President Trump's remarks about then-U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch.
Three left-leaning groups with different missions will raise money under one roof on Feb. 4, when One Colorado, the Sierra Club Colorado and Cobalt put on a party for small donors.
“Judy Woodruff has been a pioneer in broadcasting and an ardent supporter of women in journalism and media,” Denver Press Club President Dan Petty said.
Jon Caldara, who is also president of the Independence Institute, will offer weekly commentary for the publications.
WASHINGTON — Senators faced mounting pressure Monday to summon John Bolton to testify at President Donald Trump's impeachment trial even as Trump's lawyers brushed past extraordinary new allegations from Trump's former national security adviser and focused instead on disputed facts and histo…
“By following the money, we are alleging a case of financial crimes that led from one Denver home, to massage parlors around Denver, to bank accounts in China.”
"With this vote urging City Council to protect and preserve the conservation easement, we are one step closer to our goal to one day see this become a regional park."
Colorado law states that “it shall be no defense” for a child solicitation charge that a person did not know that a child was under 18, or that they “reasonably believed” the child was at least 18.
"Our next generation of employees value family-friendly workplaces, and we have many individuals leaving the workforce due to the lack of available and/or affordable child care."
Coronaviruses, CDPHE described, are a “large family” of respiratory illnesses spread through coughing and sneezing, "but the health risk to the general public in Colorado remains low.”
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit on Friday overturned waivers to three oil refineries that allowed them to opt out of the federal requirement to produce their share of biofuels.
Ruben Valdez was the first Latino Speaker of the House, serving in the House from 1971 to 1978 and as Speaker in the 1975-76 sessions.