The Colorado Avalanche earned their sixth consecutive victory in Tuesday’s 3-2 win over the Washington Capitals at Ball Arena.
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Colorado Adults Who Never Finished High School Could Get More Help Toward a Diploma
Colorado would boost adult high school diploma programs and also ensure students learn digital literacy skills under two bipartisan bills in the state legislature.
Colorado Selects Company to Administer Unemployment Benefits for Undocumented Workers
Colorado’s Office of New Americans selected a Denver-based company this week to administer its upcoming wage replacement program for unemployed undocumented workers, putting the state on track to be the first in the country to have an unemployment fund that serves undocumented immigrants.
Gov. Polis Emphasizes Housing Need in Address to Colorado Lawmakers
We should ask ourselves who we as Coloradans want to be in our 150th year. How can our work now and over the next few years make that Colorado possible? And finally, how can Colorado’s example shine a bright light for the nation?” the Democrat said.
Colorado Bill Would Add Translation Requirements for Insurance Documents
A freshman in the Colorado House of Representatives wants to make it easier for non-English speakers to access and understand insurance documents, drawing from her years of experience as a translator and interpreter.
New Climate Bill Targets Net-Zero Emissions in Colorado by 2050
A wide-ranging package of new proposals to tackle climate change from Democratic state lawmakers would step up existing statutory goals to target full decarbonization of Colorado’s economy by 2050.
Tribal Leaders Stress Education, Water Issues in First-of-its-Kind Address to Colorado Lawmakers
Leaders of the two federally-recognized Native American tribes within Colorado’s borders used part of their first annual address to the state’s General Assembly to brief lawmakers on the long history of their relations with other governments — beginning with a treaty with the Spanish more than a century before the United States existed.
Colorado AG Weiser Forms Task Force to Combat Organized Retail Theft
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser on Wednesday announced the formation of a new statewide task force targeting organized retail theft and the reselling of stolen goods online.
Low Staffing at Prisons in Colorado Leads to Unsustainable Working Conditions
At both federal and state prisons in Colorado, recruiting and retaining staff across the board has been difficult for several years.
How Colorado Plans to Reintroduce Wolves on Western Slope by 2023 Deadline
A draft plan released by Colorado Parks and Wildlife last month calls for the reintroduction of 10 to 15 wolves per year over the next three to five years, with an initial target of a stable population of at least 50 animals within the state.