Gold Dome: Tancredo Joins Gubernatorial Race

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Former Congressman Tom Tancredo joined the crowded field of Republican governor candidates earlier this week.

Residents of Routt and Eagle counties chose their new representative in the Colorado House on Monday. Dylan Roberts fills the seat of Diane Mitsch Bush who resigned to focus on her congressional campaign.

Colorado legislators are working on a proposal to address the opioid epidemic by setting limits on some prescriptions and creating safe injection sites.

Hundreds of miniature cell phone towers are being built around Denver — and the construction isn’t limited to the city, and there’s nothing local governments can do about it.

Connect For Health Colorado is working to debunk some myths about the health care exchange as open enrollment begins.

Colorado’s oil and gas industry might be done with its boom and bust cycle — or at least the boom part of it.

Level 3 Communications and CenturyLink have combined into one company. With Century Link absorbing Level 3, Colorado loses one corporate headquarters and Fortune 500 company.

A new policy from the Denver Police Department nails down when and how police can use force.

Denver DA Beth McCann offered to get a reduced sentence of one offender who was likely to die in prison as part of an effort to reduce sentences for habitual offenders serving time for nonviolent crimes.

Colorado Supreme Court Justice Allison Eid is among four judges being considered by the Senate this week for confirmation to federal judgeships.

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