Colorado

Hickenlooper: We transformed the way we think about the state

Gov. John Hickenlooper touted an improved view of Colorado across the nation as his biggest accomplishment in his two terms. Hickenlooper , who leaves office in 83 days, met with The Durango Herald...

DATE: Oct. 21, 2018 | CATEGORY: Local News

Candidates talk policy and politics in northeast Colorado forum

GREELEY – Water, transportation, energy and Colorado’s public-employee pension system were among the topics discussed by candidates for four statewide races during a Friday forum. The forum was...

DATE: Oct. 20, 2018 | UPDATED: 1 day 14 hours ago | CATEGORY: Local News

Colorado Court of Appeals upholds state’s ban on large-capacity magazines

The Colorado Court of Appeals, in a unanimous opinion issued Thursday, upheld the state’s ban on large-capacity ammunition magazines of 15 rounds or more. The lawsuit dates back to the contentious...

DATE: Oct. 19, 2018 | CATEGORY: Local News

Two wildfires in western Colorado are contained

The 36,520-acre Bull Draw Fire, which started July 29 from a lightning strike, is now 100 percent contained after receiving more than 5 inches of precipitation from recent storms, according to the...

DATE: Oct. 12, 2018 | CATEGORY: Local News

Hickenlooper’s office labels ethics complaint a political stunt

DENVER — Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper’s office on Friday called an ethics complaint filed against him a stunt aimed at influencing the November election. Gubernatorial spokeswoman Jacque...

DATE: Oct. 12, 2018 | CATEGORY: Local News

Colorado prosecutor: Marijuana laws too loose

DENVER — Colorado’s system for regulating marijuana has too many loopholes that disguise illegal activity and jeopardize public safety, a federal prosecutor said Wednesday, detailing his motivation...

DATE: Oct. 12, 2018 | CATEGORY: Business

Moose population swells at Colorado national park

COLORADO SPRINGS – The Holzwarth Historic Site in the Kawuneeche Valley on the west side of Rocky Mountain National Park is unusually quiet for a mid-August night. At the height of summer tourist...

DATE: Oct. 12, 2018 | CATEGORY: Local News

Mormons to spend less time at church on Sundays

SALT LAKE CITY – Mormons will start spending less time at church each Sunday – two hours instead of three – after a change announced earlier this month aimed at making worship more manageable for...

DATE: Oct. 12, 2018 | CATEGORY: Faith

Mormon leader: Nicknames for faith are ‘victory for Satan’

SALT LAKE CITY – The president of the Mormon church reiterated last weekend that he wants members, the media and others to use the faith’s full name, saying nicknames are “a major victory for...

DATE: Oct. 12, 2018 | CATEGORY: Faith

Border officials alarmed by migrants abandoned in desert

PHOENIX – Smugglers in recent weeks have been abandoning large groups of Guatemalan and other Central American migrants in Arizona’s harsh cactus-studded Sonoran Desert near the border with Mexico,...

DATE: Oct. 11, 2018 | CATEGORY: Local News

Man linked to Pagosa hot springs gets 18 months for tax evasion

A former Pagosa Springs man who committed tax evasion, which included income from the Springs Resort & Spa in Pagosa Springs, was sentenced Tuesday to 18 months in prison and one year of probation....

DATE: Oct. 9, 2018 | CATEGORY: High School Sports

Fort Lewis College celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day

Indigenous Peoples Day, which has been celebrated at Fort Lewis College in place of Columbus Day since 2016, included a Parade of Nations with some Native American students in traditional clothing...

DATE: Oct. 9, 2018 | CATEGORY: Local News