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Attorney General-elect Weiser will seek settlement in Moses-EL’s $1.9M wrongful-conviction claim...

Colorado’s incoming attorney general says he hopes to settle a lawsuit filed by a Denver man who spent 28 years in prison on a...

What does it mean that 35% of Colorado voted against banning...

Colorado voters were asked this election whether they wanted to ban slavery once and for all in the state. Just under two-thirds of voters supported...

Amendment A: What’s the argument against Colorado’s ballot measure to ban...

It’s not easy to find people who oppose the effort to finally, formally ban slavery in Colorado, but they do exist. Two Western Slope district...

It’s a race to win over independents in this El Paso...

COLORADO SPRINGS — It’s a Wednesday morning and the line outside the El Paso County Judicial Building wraps around the block. The entrance is...

New report highlights racial disparity in Colorado’s booming prison population The...

In 2017, roughly one in 28 adult black men in Colorado was in prison. Put another way, African Americans made up 18 percent of...

New data collection program will test bias in Denver policing

In an effort to better understand and address complaints of biased policing in Denver, officers in the northeast part of the city will begin...

A sheriff’s dilemma in the face of Trump’s immigration agenda

This story is the second in a series that examines how a rural Colorado community is grappling with the uncertainties around immigration. Read the first...

Colorado DA George Brauchler explains ‘Mass incarceration is a myth’ tweet

  Colorado's most high-profile district attorney, George Brauchler, has put the phrase "mass incarceration" on trial in the court of public opinion.  The conservative prosecutor who...

Criminalizing homelessness comes at staggering cost

Eric Schwartz knows the cost of anti-homeless laws. Every time he's ticketed for illegal camping in Boulder, he spends three days in jail. Tickets are $250 each,...

Racial disparity in marijuana arrests; overall charges down

Criminal justice reform, particularly for communities of color, was one of the principal reasons Coloradans voted two-to-one to legalize marijuana. Now, just over a...