Almost a month ago, Jim Griffin stepped down from his position as president of the Colorado League of Charter schools .
It's going to be another busy Memorial Day on the nation's highways, but AAA reports that road travel actually will be down within Colorado this weekend as gas prices continue to rise in Boulder and across the Front Range.
Former U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo, known for his strong stances on immigration, formally announced a run for governor on a conservative talk radio show Thursday.
A man wanted for 13 years on attempted murder charges in Los Angeles was captured in Colorado after someone called police to report he was urinating on a wall outside a KFC restaurant.
Before Soundgarden took the stage at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in July 2011, you could forgive the casual fan for wondering whether the band members were just the latest rock gods to pad their bank accounts with fan nostalgia.
When Gasland Director Josh Fox started making what would become one of the most galvanizing forces in the national battle against hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking," he thought it would just be a short educational clip for people around his home state of Pennsylvania.
Colorado's Largest Yard Sale is coming back to the Outlets in Loveland at Highway 34 & I-25 on Saturday, June 1st from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Hard to believe, but it is our 8th annual event.
Ojore Nuru Lutalo, shown in a 1998 file photo while in prison, has settled a lawsuit with Amtrak and a Colorado police department.
There's now an easier way to eat healthy in Colorado. It involves a website, a smartphone application, a unique state-wide initiative, and hundreds of restaurants are on board.
Wildlife experts say people are getting lax when it comes to coyotes. In a recent case, a little girl in Colorado Springs suffered serious injuries after a coyote attack.
The head of Colorado's parole department has been put on paid leave while an independent agency reviews parole operations.
Gov. John Hickenlooper talks about his decision to grant a temporary reprieve to convicted killed Nathan Dunlap on Wednesday, May 23, 2013 at the Colorado Capitol Building.
Convicted murderer Nathan J. Dunlap got a temporary reprieve from the death penalty, as Colorado Gov.
Last November's passage of Amendment 64 was greeted with joy by many members of the cannabis community.
Colorado became the latest state Wednesday to post proposed health insurance plans for its new online marketplace, which is slated begin enrolling people in coverage Oct.