A new group in Montezuma County, Colorado, aims to provide an inclusive outdoor space for biking.
Coloradans received nearly 2 million potentially unnecessary health care services in 2021, at a cost of some $134 million for patients and health insurers, according to a new report.
An outgrowth of that movement was a voter canvassing effort in 2021 by the most prominent election-denier organization in Colorado, U.S. Election Integrity Plan, which is the subject of a lawsuit against the group’s top members.
A new Colorado law prohibiting the sale of guns to anyone under the age of 21 was put on hold by a federal judge on Monday, the day it was scheduled to go into effect.
Something that contributes 53 million metric tons of carbon a year … is absolutely something that our community and every other mountain community in Colorado that relies on it not being 100 degrees every day in the summer or 50 degrees in the winter should be fighting on its face.
The Colorado Air Quality Control Commission has adopted a new rule requiring direct measurement of methane emissions at oil and gas sites, a move welcomed by environmental and local government groups, and industry.
Here in Colorado the price of gas per gallon has fallen to $3.824, a nearly 2 cent per gallon decrease compared to one week ago, and a 90 cent per gallon decrease from one year ago.
Democrats and Republicans in the Colorado House of Representatives are responsible for what could be the most brazen and persistent violation of the Colorado open meetings law since voters adopted it more than half a century ago.
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis has proclaimed July “Summer Meals for Kids and Teens Awareness Month,” and some 645 sites are serving free meals across the state.
The Bureau of Land Management’s plan for managing 658,000 acres of public lands in central Colorado includes new protections called for by community members, sportspeople, conservationists and thousands more who submitted public comments.