Colorado voters overwhelmingly support letting state keep marijuana tax money


Colorado voters decided to let the state keep $66.1 million in recreational marijuana tax revenue on Tuesday, with 69 percent of ballots counted as of 9:30 p.m. supporting Proposition BB.

Colorado was in the...

Governor proposes budget that trims state-government expenditures


After several years of plenty, Gov. John Hickenlooper released a budget proposal Monday that would shave state-government expenditures by $114.5 million to almost $27 billion in the 2016-17 fiscal year.


GOP candidates' jabs at moderators draw applause in Boulder


BOULDER - GOP candidates faced a friendly crowd Wednesday night in one of the most liberal cities in Colorado even if the CNBC moderators didn't.

U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio complained about the "liberal...

Organizers, protesters prepare for Republican presidental debate in Boulder

By: Megan Schrader

Republicans going to Boulder Wednesday for the fourth GOP presidential debate will be welcomed to the state's liberal stronghold with protests and a plane circling the city with a banner making a quip about the...

Frost finally arrives in Colorado Springs, record missed


Colorado Springs was so cold Wednesday morning that it nearly broke a record.

Temperatures dropped down to 28 degrees, which is the second latest freeze on record behind Oct. 31, 1963, when it was 27...

State patrol: 2 motorcyclists die in separate El Paso County crashes


Two motorcyclists were killed in separate crashes Tuesday on Interstate 25 in El Paso County.

Justin Aspuria, 28, was clocked on stationary radar going 101 mph just before 10 a.m. on southbound Interstate...

Dispute between Colorado governor, attorney general to be weighed by state Supreme Court


Colorado's Democratic governor is at odds with the state's Republican attorney general over her actions opposing several federal laws and it'll fall to the state Supreme Court to resolve the conflict.


Clinton supporters rally at Denver home of former Secretary of the Interior


Hillary Clinton supporters crowded the Denver home of former Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar Monday night to fire up the liberal base of campaign organizers and perhaps send a message before the GOP...