Nearly 100,000 Coloradans to lose Obamacare coverage as insurers drop out, cut back, raise rates

More than 92,000 Coloradans will lose their Obamacare health care coverage in 2017 as four leading insurance companies scale back… READ MORE

Colorado Springs gunman holed up in Planned Parenthood building, firing at police

A Colorado Springs gunman who wounded three police officers and an unknown number of civilians in a shooting spree Friday… READ MORE

Judge: School’s Facebook post a campaign contribution

A state judge has ruled that a Facebook post by Liberty Common School amounts to an illegal campaign contribution to… READ MORE

Plan to transfer Gitmo detainees angers Colorado

DENVER — The Defense Department’s plan to consider two Colorado prisons as possible destinations for Guantanamo Bay detainees is meeting… READ MORE

Denver cites religion to delay Chick-fil-A contract

The Denver City Council delayed the routine approval of a contract for Chick-fil-A to operate one of its restaurants at… READ MORE

EPA takes heat for toxic wastewater spill that turns Colorado river orange

DENVER — The Environmental Protection Agency is coming under fire in Colorado after accidentally dumping one million gallons of acidic… READ MORE

Hillary Clinton in Aspen for Fundraiser with Former Goldman Sachs Executive

Hillary Clinton is in Colorado for a series of fundraisers Tuesday, including one at the Aspen house of a former… READ MORE

Fluoride debate hits CO largest water utility…

DENVER – The Governor’s Office and Department of Public Health and Environment proposed all Colorado communities fluoridate their public water… READ MORE
File - In this Jan. 2, 2014, file photo, Mother Patricia Mary walks in the chapel at the Mullen Home for the Aged, run by Little Sisters of the Poor, in Denver, Colo. Denver nuns who operate nursing homes are poised to file a full federal court challenge to the national health care law's birth control rules. The Beckett Fund for Religious Liberty, which is representing the Little Sisters of the Poor, said the full appeal would be filed Monday before the 10th Circuit. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley, File)

Denver court rules against Little Sisters of the Poor contraception coverage case

A federal appeals court in Denver ruled on Tuesday against a group of Colorado nuns who challenged a provision in… READ MORE

Rick Perry defends Colorado’s ‘right to be wrong’ on marijuana

DENVER — Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry may not agree with Colorado’s decision to legalize recreational marijuana, but he said… READ MORE

Colorado school district cuts free period after lawsuit on prayer, religion talk

DENVER — A Colorado Springs school district that was sued after banning students from praying and discussing religion during a… READ MORE

Colorado GOP tries to ban ‘welfare for weed’ against Democrats’ wishes

DENVER—Everyone in Colorado from Republicans to marijuana moguls wants to stop welfare cash from being used to buy recreational pot,… READ MORE

Nebraska, Oklahoma in border war with Colorado over marijuana

On the front door of the 20,000-square-foot marijuana dispensary here is a laminated sign warning every customer: “It is illegal… READ MORE
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