Correction: because of incorrect information from a source, the number of jobs the project will bring to Pueblo is unknown.
Marianne Goodland, Colorado Politics
The state Capitol is starting — just starting — to look like its old self again, after three weeks of work by crews to clear away graffiti and other damage.
A baker’s dozen of independent expenditure committees spent just shy of $2 million on the nine hottest primary races for seats in the state Ho…
Here’s a look at the issue committees on both sides, who’s funding those campaigns and a first look at who’s getting ready to spend on advertising in the fall.
Gov. Jared Polis Tuesday had a little good news to share during a news conference on the status of COVID-19 efforts in Colorado: the number of cases and hospitalizations tied to the virus has possibly plateaued.
As of Monday, as many as 11 ballot measures are likely to appear on the November ballot. Here's the lineup.
The Colorado State Auditor will participate in a coalition of 14 states and US territories that will audit how each state has reported and monitored cases of COVID-19.
At his regular coronavirus update to the press, Gov. Jared Polis talked about his impressions of the late U.S. Rep. John Lewis of Georgia, who was laid to rest Thursday, sports and a generous donation from Swedish furniture store IKEA to the state's COVID-19 relief fund.
Denver District Court Judge Brian Whitney on Thursday, despite misgivings, denied a request for a temporary restraining order against the state over executive orders that business owners say have hurt the state's bar and restaurant industry.
Attorney General Phil Weiser has issued a cease-and-desist order against Live Entertainment, run by promoter Carlos Barkleys of Vail, to prevent the company from hosting any more large gatherings in Colorado that exceed state orders limiting the size of outdoor events.