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Drive south from the city on Interstate 25, passing Pueblo, then Walsenburg, and then, after another 23 miles, you might spot a small roadside sign for "Ludlow Monument."
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The popularity of softswitches and VoIP-based phones in the business world is starting to bleed over into the residential world.
As the issue of abortion rights becomes a factor this election season, U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman has shifted his views on a woman's right to choose and on a controversial personhood initiative.
A Colorado ethics commission dismissed a complaint against Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper, who was accused by a conservative group of improperly allowing the Democratic Governors Association to pay for some of the costs associated with his appearance at an event in Aspen last year.
Both directions of U.S. 40 from Soda Creek to El Rancho had to be closed on Tuesday due to a sinkhole in the road.
It's hard to know how to write stories that start with cancer. Just putting the word on the screen seems to bring everything to an end.
A bill aimed at helping address one of Colorado's most pressing agriculture and water issues was signed into law this past week by Gov. John Hickenlooper.
The Denver Post's Kurtis Lee circles back with Rep. Mark Waller , whose campaign for the GOP Attorney General nomination took a big hit at Saturday's state assembly: Chief Deputy Attorney General Cynthia Coffman nearly walked away with the GOP nomination for AG over the weekend, amassing 69 percent of the support from state delegates.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder told the Huffington Post that he is 'cautiously optimistic' about how the legal marijuana market is being developed here and how things are going in Colorado, where sales began on Jan. 1. "I think what people have to understand is that when we have those eight priorities that we have set out, it essentially means ... (more)
A portable gauge that uses radioactivity to test moisture density at construction sites has been reported missing in Jefferson County.
Jaqie Warrior has a severe and deadly form of epilepsy. She can have up to 100 seizures in a single day which sometimes cause her to stop breathing.
Democrats in Colorado are deeply split over energy issues, particularly how to regulate the drilling practice known as hydraulic fracturing.
The Colorado shale oil boom is adding billions of dollars to oil company balance sheets and millions to the coffers in counties where drilling takes place - but it hasn't amounted to much for the rest of the state.
A proposal aimed at reducing the use of solitary confinement for prisoners with serious mental illness has won unanimous approval in the state Senate.
Activist at the April 5th rally in front of the White House, holds a sign that reads, "We want education, not rejection."
Former State Senator Mike Kopp shocked Colorado's political world this last weekend by claiming the top line of the GOP Gubernatorial Primary ballot.