Secretary of State Jena Griswold has adopted temporary rules that rescind recent changes to the circulation of petitions and that also push back the deadline for charitable solicitation filings due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Michael Karlik, Colorado Politics
Don’t handle or feed wildlife and you won’t get the plague, the state's health department announced on Wednesday after a squirrel tested positive for the plague last week in Jefferson County.
Colorado’s confidential school safety tip line saw a slight increase in reports during the month of June compared to the same time in 2019, although the 2019-2020 school year as a whole saw a 7% decrease in tips compared to the one prior.
Durango’s former finance director admitted in October 2019 to stealing more than $700,000 from the city in a check writing-scheme, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation announced on Wednesday.
After U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement decided on Tuesday to rescind its order preventing international students from remaining in the United States if they were taking classes solely online, reactions from Colorado's higher education community were supportive.
A hospital and a school in rural Colorado will receive grants and loans of nearly $4 million from the U.S. Department of Agriculture as part of a $153 million nationwide investment in community facilities.
Commissioners in Boulder County voted on Tuesday to extend a moratorium on new oil and gas development through the end of the year, citing the need for extra time to update regulations following changes in state law.
The Regional Transportation District was among the more than two dozen public transit agencies that sent a letter to the Republican and Democratic U.S. Senate leaders asking for $32 billion to $36 billion in additional coronavirus relief money through 2021.
In an apparent “suicide by cop” scenario, prosecutors in Baca County deemed a sheriff’s employee was justified in fatally shooting a man who repeatedly begged officers to kill him in a three-hour standoff, ultimately aiming his weapon at the multi-jurisdictional group of responding authorities.