Colorado's marijuana laws allow communities to decide whether or not to allow recreational sales. Votes on the topic have taken place in more than a dozen municipalities over the past couple of weeks, with a hefty percentage turning thumbs-down. These results don't frustrate one prominent marijuana ... More >>
At 4 p.m. today, the Senate's State Affairs committee is scheduled to consider House Bill 13-1303, a measure intended to make it easier to vote in Colorado. The NAACP Colorado Montana Wyoming State Area Conference has endorsed the proposal even as it decries one particular attempt to rally oppositi ... More >>
Over the last four decades Gary Hart has been a major force in politics -- from "inventing" the Iowa caucuses while managing George McGovern's 1972 presidential campaign, to unintentionally creating the template for political sex scandals with the "monkey business" photo during his 1987 run for the ... More >>
Did a dispute over a will left by Margaret Decker, seen here, lead to a double murder and a suicide involving members of her family? That's the working theory of La Plata County authorities looking into the deaths of Billie Decker, Robert "Duke" Decker and Wiilliam Klatt Decker, with William suspec ... More >>
Update below: Last month, a majority of attendees at the Denver Republican Assembly backed Amendment 64, the Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act. And enthusiasm is even more widespread among Democrats. Saturday's Dem state convention and assembly in Pueblo formally supported Amendment 64 -- an actio ... More >>
Jason Clark.Polish your resume and bone-up on the issues; independent candidate for Governor Jason Clark went back to Craigslist today to replace his departed lieutenant governor. Clark set his sights a littler higher this time. Here's the ad, written in the third person with exclamation po ... More >>
Labor Day's Haze
August 28, 2003
The cops get sued for their attempt to take the grass out of the Telluride Bluegrass Festival.
Even in the best of times, farmers and developers fight for Colorado's water. And this summer's drought is far from the best of times.
The drug trade in Denver and the surrounding area is getting worse -- much worse.
The state's oil and gas industry proves that the squeaky wheel gets the grease.
Is that a banana in your pocket, or was Bob Silva elected sheriff?
Return of the Native
A new proposal could leave Animas-La Plata proponents high and dry.
Governor Romer and the lieutenant governor step into the Animas-La Plata dispute.
Bassist Jeffrey Marshall hasn't found an obstacle yet that he couldn't overcome.
The Animas-La Plata project is supposed to fulfill the government's promise to Colorado Utes. But tribal opponents worry it will leave the reservations high and dry.