The former U.S. congresswoman (R-Wyo.) and House leader told graduates of her alma mater that America cannot remain a free nation if the truth is abandoned.
The new laws are aimed at quelling rising suicides and youth violence, preventing mass shootings and opening avenues for gun violence victims to sue the long-protected firearm industry.
Additional charges could be brought against the teenagers who are accused of killing a 20-year-old woman by throwing rocks at her car, the sheriff's office said.
Photoshoots are an unintended — but amusing — use of the cameras. The Open Space and Mountain Parks department in Boulder, Colo., set up nine of them to learn about and protect local wildlife.
The main library in Boulder, Colorado, had been receiving increased reports of drug use in the bathrooms over a four-week span. It has been closed since late December.
A judge dismissed a kidnapping case against the Colorado gay nightclub shooter even though she had raised concerns about the defendant stockpiling weapons and explosives and planning a shootout.
The suspect accused of entering Club Q, opening fire and killing five people and wounding 17 others was charged by prosecutors with 305 criminal counts including hate crimes and murder.
The shooting, which occurred on the eve of Transgender Remembrance Day, is the latest tragedy in a year that's felt particularly bleak, according to LGBTQ advocates.
A suspect is in custody, and police said the investigation is in the initial stages.
The revelation earlier this week that federal prosecutors are involved in investigations of suspected voting system breaches across the U.S. is fueling questions about the security of voting machines just two months before the midterm elections.
To advance health equity, the state is requiring insurers that offer public option plans to collect demographic data on providers, including race and sexual orientation, raising privacy concerns.
With 60% of the state's population already covered by wastewater testing, Colorado is aiming to be a sentinel of coming contagion — not just of COVID surges, but of other types of diseases, too.
Colorado joins 15 other states that have enacted laws to protect abortion, while the U.S. Supreme Court considers a challenge to Roe v. Wade and conservative legislatures take aim at the practice.
If Roe v. Wade falters, Colorado will be nearly surrounded by a sea of anti-abortion states. The state is bracing for impact from out-of-state residents, while lawmakers cement abortion protections.
Taylor Korn, a lifelong Boulder, Colo., resident, had already lost her father and grandmother this past summer. Then a wildfire took her home and two dogs.