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Once again, Colorado's fracking boom has residents wondering if there's something in the water - carcinogenic benzene, in this case.
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Hospitals that offer more complex services, such as burn units or trauma care, use more resources to treat patients, so charges may be higher, writes Steven J. Summer, president and CEO of the Colorado Hospital Association.
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Richard Lamm , Roy Romer , Bill Owens and Bill Ritter exchange ideas on gun control, gay marriage, marijuana, drought, education, campaign spending and other issues.
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Senate Bill 252 has passed the legislature and is on the governor's desk for his signature.
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.
ISONAS Inc., a company that is revolutionizing the physical access control market with the first patented Pure IP solution, joins a select group of Colorado companies recognized as a Colorado Companies to Watch.
A Saudi national serving eight years to life in prison in Colorado after being convicted in 2006 of sexually assaulting a housekeeper and keeping her a virtual slave for four years has been ordered to attend a parole hearing on Tuesday.
A man who has been wanted in Los Angeles on attempted-murder charges for 13 years has been taken into custody in Colorado after being arrested for urinating in public.
Almost a month ago, Jim Griffin stepped down from his position as president of the Colorado League of Charter schools.
The Department of Agriculture said Thursday that the quarantine went into effect May 20.
It is more common for Hall of Fame athletes to receive honors and accolades than give them.
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.
As the state Legislature was nearing approval of significant changes to Iowa's public school system, the Iowa Department of Education director accepted a job Wednesday as superintendent of a Colorado school district.
Despite vehement denials by the Colorado Department of Parole, a CBS4 investigation has turned up numerous state records that show dangerous parolees were either removed from intensive supervised parole in the last five years or never placed on it in the first place due to budget squeezes in the parole division.
The man who was in charge of Colorado's parole division when the state's prisons chief was killed, allegedly by a parolee, was placed on paid administrative leave on Wednesday.
This undated photo provided by the Colorado Department of Corrections shows Nathan Dunlap.
Convicted murderer Nathan J. Dunlap got a temporary reprieve from the death penalty, as Colorado Gov.