ColoradoCare would operate in the black for at least 9 years, supporters argue in new analysis

If passed, ColoradoCare would replace most private health insurance in the state with a universal-coverage system funded by taxpayer dollars and overseen by an elected board.

Labor Day travelers should expect busy roads, crowded campgrounds, full cheap airport parking lots

Holiday revelers hoping to enjoy a last blast of summer fun should expect busy roads, crowded campgrounds and full airport parking lots.

Republican Meg Whitman makes campaign debut for Hillary Clinton in Colorado

Meg Whitman made her debut on the campaign trail as Hillary Clinton’s most vocal Republican supporter at a Tuesday event in Denver and didn’t mention Donald Trump’s name once.

Hope Solo’s reaction after finding out her contract was terminated by U.S. Soccer

“Six-month suspension. No pay. Terminated contract. Effective immediately,” Solo said in a hotel conference room as she hugged her husband, former NFL player Jerramy Stevens. “Terminated contract! Not just a suspension!”

With Tony Romo down for Cowboys, NFC East up for grabs

Tony Romo is hurt again, the defending champs get no respect and the rookie quarterback who wasn’t drafted No. 2 overall got a starting job first. No division is more up for grabs than the NFC East.

Benghazi emails involving Clinton recovered by FBI, says State Department

The State Department says about 30 emails possibly related to the 2012 attack on U.S. compounds in Benghazi, Libya, are among thousands of Hillary Clinton emails recovered during an FBI investigation.

Man who fatally shot, buried neighbor’s dog in Gilpin County sentenced to probation

A man who shot and killed his neighbor’s dog before burying it in a shallow grave has been sentenced to two years of probation, authorities say.

DA: Man accused of choking his girlfriend faces felony under new Colorado law

A California man accused of choking his girlfriend on Saturday in Dillon has been charged with a felony under a new Colorado law, prosecutors say.

DA: Man accused of choking his girlfriend faces felony under new Colorado law

A California man accused of choking his girlfriend on Saturday in Dillon has been charged with a felony under a new Colorado law, prosecutors say.

Suspect wearing motorcycle helmet robs Denver bank

Denver police officers responded to a bank robbery call on South Broadway where a suspect wearing a motorcycle helmet jumped over the counter and demanded money.

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