The Whole Foods opening in downtown Denver. spells the end, at least temporarily, for the grocer's location in Capitol Hill.
Colorado voters won't see a tax increase for roads or other transportation needs on this November's ballot, but they might see something in 2018.
Gov. John Hickenlooper said he will not call lawmakers back for a special session to try to put together a transportation funding package.
Denverite can help you understand these and all your Colorado and Denver ballot measures if you haven't cast your ballot yet.
Ballot Issue 4B in Denver: What you need to know about the Science and Cultural Facilities District tax extension
Ballot Issue 4B is the one with the cute polar bear.
The economy is doing well, and the 0.03 percent sales tax is collecting more money than anticipated.
A presidential primary conducted by mail is undoubtedly easier for many people to participate in than a caucus, but what about unaffiliated voters?
There are currently five states where doctors can legally help someone end their life. Proposition 106 would make Colorado the sixth.
Amendment U is worth about $125,000 to Colorado and less than $25 each to some 5,000 people who earn money on state-owned lands.
Single-payer health care has been a dream of progressives for decades. Why do so many of them oppose ColoradoCare?
Amendment 70 would gradually increase Colorado's minimum wage to $12 an hour by 2020, with annual cost-of-living increases after that.
Raising Colorado's minimum wage to $12 by 2020 would be a net positive for the state, according to a new report from the University of Denver.
Here's what's on the ballot and what's still awaiting approval from the Colorado Secretary of State's Office.