The Colorado Department of Corrections should have done more to inform victims of the Aurora theater attack about the out-of-state transfer of gunman James Holmes.
In a move that is common practice for police departments across the nation, the Greeley Police Department has declined to release files related to any internal affairs investigations conducted on one of its employees.
A nasty Colorado Springs City Council campaign in which one group spent at least $240,000 without identifying donors is spurring interest in taking a new look at local campaign finance rules.
Proponents of a bill intended to make Colorado public records easier to analyze fear the University of Colorado is manipulating the bill to make records more difficult to obtain.
Maybe you went to a candidate rally on a Colorado university campus this campaign season and spotted a sign with an arrow directing you to a designated “free speech area.” As of next fall semester, on Colorado’s public university campuses, those areas roping off the First Amendment will be no more.
Students throughout the country who want a free and liberal education should look to the public universities of Colorado, thanks to the Colorado Legislature, Republican Sen. Tim Neville and Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper.
Real news. That’s the antidote to fake news. It’s as simple as that. As the internet and social media send more and more data your way, some of it fake, some of it biased, some of it confusingly half true and half false, we all have more need for identifiable sources dedicated to verifying information and putting it in context. And your hometown newspaper is still the best place to find those reliable sources, to find real news.
The Historic Preservation Board (HPB) has been holding illegal meetings via email throughout the last two months.
A bill before the Colorado General Assembly setting new criteria for election watchers is starting a fierce debate in the state.
Colorado’s public colleges will no longer have designated “free speech zones” after Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill Tuesday that extends First Amendment rights to everywhere on campus.