Gold Dome: Preparing for State of the Union

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You might have heard that President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address is tonight. Here’s the rundown of what to expect. And here’s the rundown of who from Colorado will be attending.

State legislators are pursuing harsher penalties for perpetrators of “swatting” — false reporting crimes to send police to harass someone.

Senate lawmakers are moving forward with a bipartisan plan to restore funding to agencies that provide services like public transportation and grant money for the arts and science education.

Amazon said it’s not just Denver’s urban hub that is in consideration for its new HQ2. Here’s why the company might build in the suburbs.

The Colorado Supreme Court will hear a case brought by six young activists who argued that state regulators should consider health effects from oil and gas drilling.

The number of red signal violations by Regional Transportation District light rail operators has risen dramatically in recent years, a review of internal data shows.

FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe announced yesterday he’d leave his post early despite holding out since James Comey’s departure from the agency. And nobody’s clear on why now.

Huerfano County is suing pharmaceutical companies for the part they played in opioid addictions and deaths among the county’s citizens.

A CNN investigation of sexual misconduct allegations in the judiciary showed that few federal judges face consequences from misconduct charges and even fewer of those complaints are ever made public.

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