- Utah governor takes over as head of national governors group Updated: Jul-27-15 2:23 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - Utah Gov. Gary Herbert has become the new head of a national state governors group.
- Colorado governor supports Jordan Cove, Pacific Connector Updated: Jul-27-15 1:47 pm
COOS BAY, Oregon - Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has issued a letter of support for the Jordan Cove Energy Project and Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline, while Gov. Kate Brown still has yet to publicly take a stance on the issue.
- A look at Colorado's record on the death penalty Updated: Jul-21-15 3:05 pm
DENVER - Colorado theater shooter James Holmes will be sentenced to either death or life in prison without parole after the penalty phase of his trial, which starts Wednesday. Either way, Holmes can expect to spend decades in prison. Here's a look at Colorado's record on the death penalty:
- Hickenlooper, HHS chief discuss prescription drug abuse Updated: Jul-16-15 4:49 pm
DENVER - Blair Hubbard's addiction to heroin began with the prescription painkillers she got after getting her wisdom teeth removed.
- Interior secretary agrees to meet with Moffat commissioners Updated: Jul-15-15 9:31 pm
CRAIG, Colorado - A Moffat County commissioner said Wednesday that Interior Secretary Sally Jewell has agreed to meet with him and his colleagues who want to discuss the fate of a coal mine that could close because of a recent court ruling.
- Ballot fight over fracking could be shaping up in Colorado Updated: Jul-11-15 10:55 am
DENVER - Environmentalists and the energy industry have fought decisive battles over fracking in New York, Oklahoma and Texas, but the outcome is unclear in Colorado, where the issue could go to a ballot fight in the 2016 election.
- Bill in US Senate would open up banks to pot businesses Updated: Jul-09-15 8:07 pm
DENVER - A bipartisan bill in the U.S. Senate would allow banks to do business with marijuana companies.
- Interior Department won't fight ruling on Colorado coal mine Updated: Jul-08-15 3:46 pm
CRAIG, Colorado - The U.S. Department of Interior won't fight a court ruling threatening the future of a northwestern Colorado coal mine.