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Update | Effort to recall Senate President Leroy Garcia falls short...

Update, Oct. 18: The recall of Senate President Leroy Garcia failed on Friday, after organizers fell short by more than 13,386 signatures. The Secretary...

Littwin: With the expected Polis recall failure, Colorado GOP keeps its...

Everyone knew, and many predicted, that the recall-Polis effort would end not just in failure, but in spectacular failure. But what I didn’t predict —...

Inside Centennial South, the maximum security prison Colorado could soon reopen...

If you've driven U.S. 50 between Colorado Springs and Cañon City, you may have seen this building. It's called Centennial South, but was formerly known...

GOP hardball in Colorado Statehouse has Dems vowing to get tough...

It’s a shame, Colorado Republican lawmakers are saying this week, that Democrats have been so unwilling to work across the aisle this legislative session. Had...

Where’s Leroy Garcia? Supporters of Colorado’s Senate president tout his hands-off...

When one of your first jobs involves collecting several dead bodies every day for six months in the 110-degree heat of an Iraqi war...

Amid flurry of criminal justice reforms, lawmakers seek to reopen prison...

Update: The bill, SB-259, was introduced April 19. We updated the story with some specifics in the bill.  Colorado lawmakers this session are moving ahead...

Opioid-addiction treatment slips on priority list as Senate advances state budget...

State Sen. Brittany Pettersen never figured she would have to fight so hard to persuade her colleagues to expand opioid-addiction treatment in Colorado. The...

Senate narrowly passes red-flag bill, 18-17; measure expected to advance...

Editor's note:  With an 18-17 vote, the Senate Thursday afternoon narrowly passed Colorado's controversial red-flag bill, would allow police to temporarily confiscate a person’s firearms...

Littwin: If the red-flag bill becomes law, don’t expect any white...

If the red-flag bill passes the state Senate — which is likely, but not yet a sure thing — and the governor, as expected,...

Colorado’s 2019 legislative session kicks off with Dems in power and...

Colorado’s 72nd legislative session, distinguished by a record number of women and Latinos in the ranks, kicked off Friday morning with a new, blue...