The Colorado State Claims Board will recommend that the legislature award more than $1 million to five additional victims of the Lower North Fork fire, bringing the total for 26 victims to about $12.5 million.
The state would pay 21 victims of the deadly 2012 Lower North Fork fire $11.4 million if the legislature accepts a recommendation of the Colorado State Claims Board.
Gov. John Hickenlooper sold voters in 2012 a plan he said would modernize and streamline hiring and management of state workers.
Organizers said Tuesday that the fair's "Pot Pavilion" will now occupy an entire floor of the National Western Complex during the event Aug.
After seeing two dogs battle cancer she believes was caused by playing in a dog park next to the former Rocky Flats nuclear weapons factory, Denver resident Alesya Casse has started a campaign to educate dog owners about the area's history.
A draft report written by an investigator charged with reviewing an ethics claim filed against Gov.
DENVER—Citing uncertainty in the marijuana market, Colorado's governor has ratcheted back his projection on how much tax the newly legal drug could produce.
In an effort to put a dent in the extremely low homeowner rates in a part of north Aurora, a city councilwoman and a real estate broker have started an initiative to improve those numbers
A billionaire owner with an open checkbook has The Broadmoor enjoying an enviable status among its peers in the luxury hotel industry.
Most of a $22 million infusion into Colorado's stressed mental health system — a response by the governor to the Aurora movie theater massacre — is stranded in the courts as the state and disappointed bidders wrestle for the money.
The Children's Museum of Denver will double in size and has purchased and leased land around it that could allow the attraction to expand again.
Denver is one of the few metro areas in the country that added construction jobs last year, thanks in part to the redo of Denver Union Station and the 122-mile FasTracks mass-transit project, transportation and construction officials said Tuesday.
TUCSON — A former Aspen socialite was found guilty Tuesday in the 1996 Tucson car-bomb killing of her ex-husband after spending years living a lavish lifestyle across Europe.
In their 32 years in Denver, architects Sarah and Rusty Brown have seen the potential in aging and sometimes abandoned structures, designing new life into old structures such as Denver's Ice House, Memorial Hall in Pueblo and the Highlands Ranch Mansion.
Defense attorneys in the Aurora movie theater shooting case say the staggering amount of media coverage and unprecedented impact on the community will prevent the shooter from receiving a fair trial.
The tables in the global beer garden have turned: An industry that took root in the U.S.
When some banks began calling commercial notes they held on properties leased to marijuana businesses, it opened the doors to private financiers willing to take on the fledgling industry and its associated risks.
Colorado's only commercial hydrogen-powered car made an appearance at an exhibition of "green" vehicles that drew about 100 window shoppers to the state Capitol on Sunday afternoon.
Topsoil blew into a dark cloud that swept across the flat landscape of southeast Colorado once again Monday afternoon.
From the towns of Lamar and La Junta on the Eastern Plains, south to Trinidad, the Southwest Chief has made stops since 1971 as it shuttles passengers between Chicago and Los Angeles.
Udi's Foods announced Wednesday that it has changed the name of its parent company to the "Baron Group" and will rename three of its brands to "Izzio," "Etai's," and "Silvi's.
Three Front Range municipalities that for the past six years have pumped $6.7 million into the yet-to-be constructed Jefferson Parkway recently made it clear they want to see their money back — eventually.
It's been complete for nearly three years, but the pedestrian bridge at Wadsworth Boulevard and Bowles Avenue is still a sore subject with Jefferson County residents and some in the government.
Six habanero peppers are being blamed for Monday afternoon's haz-mat situation at a Lakewood school.
Hundreds of Jefferson County teachers walked out of a contract negotiating session en masse Monday night, showing their dissatisfaction with school board decisions affecting their wages and the negotiating process itself.
Cameras that bust drivers speeding or running red lights could be banished in Colorado after a bipartisan group in the state legislature reached consensus on the controversial devices.
It could be the sudden discovery of a child trapped on the top floor of a burning building.
State and local officials insist they have a long-term plan for the Interstate 70 mountain corridor.
A Denver-based federal appeals court is preparing to hear arguments about whether to uphold same-sex marriage bans in two states, and all eyes are on the three judges sitting on the panel.
Sure, the Rockies got three home runs in their comeback victory over the Diamondbacks on Saturday night.