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Postmaster general insists it’s his ‘sacred duty’ to ensure election mail...

WASHINGTON — Postmaster General Louis DeJoy mounted a strong defense of his record Friday during a high-profile Senate hearing on recent postal delays, calling...

Pendley nomination may be scrapped, but he’s still in charge at...

President Donald Trump’s pick to lead the Bureau of Land Management will continue leading the agency even after his nomination is withdrawn, leading the...

Postmaster general says he’s suspending post office overhaul until after the...

WASHINGTON — Postmaster General Louis DeJoy said Tuesday that he will halt a series of sweeping policy changes to the U.S. Postal Service until...

Mass pardons for past marijuana crimes offer hope for thousands

Back in 2006 — six years before Colorado voters legalized possession of up to 1 ounce of marijuana for recreational use — Colorado Springs...

Colorado attorney general explores legal action against Trump administration over mail-in...

Colorado’s attorney general, Phil Weiser, said on Monday that he is working with other states to evaluate the “best legal options” to pursue against...

Polis administration faces second lawsuit over delayed climate regulations

A second environmental group has filed a lawsuit against the state of Colorado over a landmark 2019 climate-change law, alleging that Gov. Jared Polis’...

Need for proposed supportive housing project not contested, only its location

A proposed supportive housing and recuperative care facility in Denver received push-back this week from an area business owner who is concerned about the...

Report: Lauren Boebert warned arresting deputies she had ‘friends at Fox...

Congressional candidate Lauren Boebert of Rifle, who has defended "law and order" and recently called for protesters to start "behaving" in the wake of...

Colorado congressman Neguse launches overhaul of federal pesticide rules

Boulder’s U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse is leading the first attempt in decades to overhaul national pesticide regulations. The Colorado Democrat is sponsoring a bill in...

Emergency housing funds could dry up by mid-November, state official says

There wasn’t much good news announced during Colorado’s monthly State Housing Board meeting on Tuesday. The meeting came as fear continues to mount among housing...

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