The biggest single donor so far is from former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, who contributed to Democrat Mike Johnston's primary run at the Governor's seat. The Colorado Independent's Shannon Mullane crunches the numbers.
DeGette said that House Democrats and Republicans are a handful of votes away from completing a petition process forcing a vote on the issue.
With sanctuary cities again in the headlines, Colorado gubernatorial candidates stake out their positions
Two Republican candidates sent out campaign statements on sanctuary cities last week. Another wants to call in the National Guard.
It started with the 2016 election. Thousands of people poured into Denver's streets, blocked traffic and marched with loud fury. That first, massive protest set the tone for a year defined by unusually active political expression.
There's still a live bill in the Democratic-controlled House and an opportunity for this all to turn out differently, but it's not a bet I would take.
Gov. John Hickenlooper signed an executive order Thursday calling for a special session to fix a problem with SB 267.
Democrats condemned the decision, and U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, a Republican, said he'll push for a vote on the Bridge Act to buy Dreamers more time.
Not everyone was cheering when Xcel Energy announced a proposal to increase renewables like wind and solar to 55 percent of their electric supply by 2026.
A rally in support of Donald Trump at the Colorado Capitol building is interrupted by anarchist protesters.
A recent murder case shines a spotlight on the policy that nearly all Colorado sheriff's departments have of not holding inmates on immigration detainers.
The change would cost Colorado an estimated $1.2 million a year in lost tax revenue.
More than 1,000 people gathered in Skyline Park to voice their support of Planned Parenthood.
"This is a spiritual war, but it has a physical dimension," said Tom Uebbing, a pro-life activist who helped organize the event.
Hickenlooper wants cities to lobby for a transportation tax, but Republicans and Democrats in the legislature are on a collision course
Hickenlooper hopes to see a concrete proposal from the legislature by the end of March. Lots of time to get on it.
"Because of the sharp partisan lines, he's doing exactly what he ought to be doing," said Professor Emeritus Robert Loevy of Colorado College.
WATCH: Colorado Latino Forum asked Denver leaders about sanctuary city policy. Here’s what they said.
Whether Denver is a sanctuary city will be determined by its actions. Will the city help federal authorities detain undocumented immigrants? Will it resist?
We had some images that didn't fit in our comprehensive account of the protests at DIA.
Mickey Wilson, A-Basin chairlift rescuer, earns one bonus hero point as Ellen DeGeneres probes new details
These guys didn't even know each other! They were pulled together only by fate and their mutual friends, Hans and Billy!