Gold Dome: Taking the County to Court

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The standoff between the Attorney General and Boulder County is ending — the state is suing the county for its oil and gas moratorium.

Attorneys from the DOJ are asking a federal judge to dismiss the claims against the government for the Gold King Mine spill.

A mid-year adjustment to the state budget is asking for another $105 million; the largest contributor to that is an increase in Medicaid spending.

Sen. Rhonda Fields will sit out of today’s death penalty discussion in a Senate committee.

Legislators from both parties are agreeing on the need for funding for computer science education.

A new report shows Colorado sheriffs are inconsistent when it comes to reporting to ICE.

Michael Flynn might not have been the only member of President Trump’s staff to have been involved with Russia, according to new reports.

Commissioners in La Plata County saw dozens of supporters for a resolution to keep public lands public — and the commissioners agreed.

Homicides in Denver hit a 10-year high. Domestic violence deaths rose as gang-related killings declined.

Boulder is “ground zero” for a boycott of an outdoor industry trade show in Utah.

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