Colorado's rural hospitals would sacrifice the most under a balanced budget proposal.
A Republican-sponsored bill to allow Colorado to keep more of the tax revenue it already has to spend on roads, education and health care faces a tough hurdle in a Senate committee.
Colorado officials are scrambling to figure out what may happen to the $5 billion or so the state gets from the federal government each year to cover Medicaid.
Coast Guard officials said Wednesday a crew member saw the fifth student struggling and jumped into the water to help.
Authorities have released the names of two teenagers who were found dead on the shoulder of a rural El Paso County road.
Denver police are trying to determine who put a baby in a container and dumped it in a trash bin in the city's Lowry area.
A former lab technician claims his signature was forged to put Colorado's DUI breathalyzers into service
Englewood police say a 38-year-old man died after he fell and hit his head while fleeing from officers.
A teenager who was drunk and high when he caused a crash that killed two women in Arapahoe County has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.
The state Department of Labor released statistics Monday showing that Colorado's unemployment rate was 2.8 percent last month
One bill would set a statewide limit of 16 marijuana plants per house, down from a current limit of 99 plants before registering.
Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park finished off 2016 as the nation's fourth most popular national park with more than 4.5 million visitors.
A 20-year-old soldier injured at Colorado's Buttermilk ski area last month has died at St. Mary's Hospital in Grand Junction.
Colorado livestock could be eating hemp under a bill that awaits the governor's signature.
Fire officials said the fire had grown to an estimated 100 acres and was at "zero percent containment."
Colorado's Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, which oversees Medicaid insurance for the needy, estimates the state could owe between $22 million to $43 million.
Gov. John Hickenlooper is hoping to get an instrument in every student's hands with help from a number of local musicians.
A House committee voted 11-2 Monday to curb the nation's most generous allowances for growing pot at home.