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Bennet calls for full weight of economic sanctions, bolstering resistance as Russia attacks Ukraine

Bennet calls for full weight of economic sanctions, bolstering resistance as Russia attacks Ukraine

Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet on Wednesday night warned of “grave consequences” for the Russian people after President Vladimir Putin launched a widespread attack on neighboring Ukraine. “Putin’s corrupt and self-serving…

Colorado lawmakers blast Russian invasion of Ukraine as Boebert slams Harris, Biden

Colorado lawmakers blast Russian invasion of Ukraine as Boebert slams Harris, Biden

U.S. Rep. Jason Crow of Colorado was among the two dozen members of a bipartisan congressional delegation that traveled to Europe over the weekend for the Munich Security Conference, where…

Study: Climate change exacerbating worst drought in Colorado River Basin in 1,200 years

Study: Climate change exacerbating worst drought in Colorado River Basin in 1,200 years

Amid a rapid worsening of Western conditions in 2020 and 2021, the dry spell that has gripped the Colorado River Basin for the last 22 years is now the region’s…

Two Republican candidates for state Senate District 8 take questions on Trump, Biden, Jan. 6, more

Two Republican candidates for state Senate District 8 take questions on Trump, Biden, Jan. 6, more

So far two Republicans have filed to seek the new state Senate District 8 seat that will include most of Eagle County after legislative redistricting. Rich Cimino, of Fraser, is…

Gov. Polis touts crime-prevention bills in bid to make Colorado one of nation’s safest states

Gov. Polis touts crime-prevention bills in bid to make Colorado one of nation’s safest states

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis is backing a $113 million package of public safety bills that he hopes will make the state one of the safest in the nation in terms…

Colorado GOP chair says RNC meeting calling Jan. 6 ‘legitimate political discourse’ was ‘great’

Colorado GOP chair says RNC meeting calling Jan. 6 ‘legitimate political discourse’ was ‘great’

“I thought it was a great, great meeting,” said Kristi Burton Brown, the leader of Colorado’s Republican Party, when asked Saturday about a GOP meeting in Salt Lake City where national…

At Boebert’s upcoming Mar-a-Lago fundraiser, pics with Trump will go for $11,600 a pop

At Boebert’s upcoming Mar-a-Lago fundraiser, pics with Trump will go for $11,600 a pop

If you attend U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert’s (R-CO) Feb. 17 fundraiser with Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago, you can get your photo taken with the former president for $11,600. If you’re…

Colorado’s dismal behavioral health record should improve with these task force recommendations

Colorado’s dismal behavioral health record should improve with these task force recommendations

For years, Colorado has ranked among the lowest-performing states on various measures of access to mental health and substance use treatment. Then, the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated depression, anxiety and addiction,…

As COVID pandemic drags on, Connect for Health Colorado sets record for enrollment

As COVID pandemic drags on, Connect for Health Colorado sets record for enrollment

Nearly 200,000 Colorado residents signed up for health insurance through Connect for Health Colorado during the open enrollment period that ended Jan. 15, a record that officials say could be…

Colorado lawmakers look to ban trophy hunting of Canada lynx, bobcats, mountain lions

Colorado lawmakers look to ban trophy hunting of Canada lynx, bobcats, mountain lions

Colorado state representatives recently introduced a bill to ban trophy hunting of certain wildcats.  If passed, Senate Bill 22-31 would prohibit shooting, wounding, killing or trapping a bobcat, Canada lynx…