Gov. Jared Polis recently outlined an ambitious agenda for lawmakers in 2020. He vowed to reduce health care costs, find a solution to the state’s road funding woes and get more children into preschool. But some of the governor’s priorities will prove to be contentious.
Gunnison County Sheriff John Gallowich says Colorado’s new red flag law is not designed to confiscate weapons and will rarely be used.
There were the usual jokes and friendly banter between the House and Senate.
State lawmakers from both sides of the aisle exchanged hugs in a chamber that felt a bit like a school getting back to work after an eight-month break.
With short-term drought plans finished, water managers from across the Southwest recently gathered in Las Vegas to figure out what’s next
Reporter Dennis Web of the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel on a decades old promise for more fishing access.
The West’s water security is wrapped up in snow. When it melts, it becomes drinking and irrigation water for millions throughout the region. A high snowpack lets farmers, skiers and water managers breathe a sigh of relief, while a low one can spell long-term trouble.