Critics of the move say it's a way to weaken the agency and eliminate senior officials and scientists who don't want to relocate.
As talk of relocating federal agencies to the areas they most directly serve has gained steam, a Colorado town is making a push to house the Department of the Interior's BLM.
The 20th anniversary of the massacre has prompted an increase in security concerns as devout "Columbiners" flock to the campus.
Insulin pricing is yet another case where state lawmakers can choose whether or not to save the lives of their constituents.
A wide swath of Americans report using less insulin than they're prescribed because of cost concerns.
States like Colorado have polarized—but productive—legislatures. Term limits and relatively weak lobbying interests help explain the phenomenon.
Westminster, Colorado's focus on taming water demand has become a regional model for managing growth without straining resources.
South High School students join their striking teachers on the picket line on February 11th, 2019, in Denver, Colorado.
Rural school leaders have some of the most complex roles in education—and some of the highest levels of attrition.
Biologists have little idea where many of Colorado's bats reside. Athletes are helping.
A wildfire expert explains the fire's erratic behavior—and why we should be worried.
As climate change brings more frequent and more destructive natural disasters, more people must face the challenges of living life as scheduled on the edge of chaos.
Colorado's legislature had a productive year. But, because of the state's term limits, that output probably won't last.
Colorado is attempting an unusual style of primary election next month: allowing unaffiliated voters to choose which primary they'd like to vote in. What does that mean for politics in the Centennial State?
In most states, primary elections make official just who gets to call themselves the Democratic or Republican nominee. But that doesn't mean party leaders have to be neutral in those contests.
Soaring commercial real estate prices are a sign of a thriving pot industry in Denver—but low-income communities of color are taking a disproportionate property-tax hit.
A round-up of the strikes and protests organized by educators around the country who are frustrated with low pay and gutted school budgets.
Sharp divisions between labor unions and reformers threaten to tear apart the Democratic Party in the Centennial State.
Teachers in Colorado have led a series of strikes in recent weeks in opposition to low wages and what they claim is a general lack of support.