Gold Dome: Tax Day, Continued

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The Internal Revenue Service is extending its tax filing deadline by one day to U.S. residents because of a technical glitch that affected the agency’s website. The DirectPay system on the IRS’ website was telling filers to return in the year 9999.

The state’s flags are flying at half-staff today in honor of former first lady Barbara Bush, who died yesterday at 92.

The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday agreed to review a lawsuit that contends U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn didn’t properly petition his way onto the ballot — an allegation that puts at risk his campaign for a seventh term.

Teachers from Colorado’s two largest school districts are planning back-to-back walkouts next week to call for more funding for education – and they could be joined by other districts.

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s electoral challenger, Kayvan Khalatbari, reported raising more money, though Hancock has more in the bank.

Gov. John Hickenlooper dropped hints about a 2020 presidential run at an awards event in Washington, D.C.

El Paso County signed a disaster declaration Tuesday night and is urging the state to take command of a wind-fueled blaze that started along Interstate 25 and prompted mandatory evacuations of about 300 residents and multiple rescues.

A coalition of Colorado law enforcement and health care providers said it will punish the “poison pushers” who spread heroin and fentanyl, and it will offer a helping hand to Colorado’s many addicts.

Fox News host Sean Hannity denies that Michael Cohen was ever his lawyer — but he was represented by a pair of legal advisers who also have close links to the president.

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