The state has launched a mobile-friendly website that makes it easier for people to start their own businesses.
Democratic gubernatorial candidates talked housing and homelessness concerns at Shorter Community AME Church
Four candidates for governor of Colorado participated in the event, called "Keeping Colorado Affordable," at Shorter Community AME Church.
Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne has qualified onto the Democratic primary ballot, joining two other gubernatorial hopefuls who made the ballot a week ago.
Cynthia Coffman, Cary Kennedy and Donna Lynne want to be Colorado's first woman governor.
Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne on Monday became the third Democrat to deliver petitions to qualify for this summer's primary ballot, turning in roughly 25,000 signatures to the Secretary of State's Office.
Denver companies shell out a lot of money to bring scenes out of shelter magazines to life.
Altogether, developers could drop more than $350 million on the roughly 19-acre site that once housed St. Anthony Hospital.
Three Republicans and four Democratic candidates for governor addressed the Colorado Health Institute's Hot Issues in Health conference on Friday.
This is the first time in a long time that Democrats have had a primary, and they're going all in.
Colorado's lieutenant governor has made it official: She's running for governor.
Lynne, who said when she was appointed to her post that she had no ambitions to replace Gov. John Hickenlooper, now says she's actively exploring entering the Democratic race to do so.
Colorado will try to figure out if government programs are actually working with a big grant and a new research lab
Gov. John Hickenlooper said the Colorado Evaluation and Action Lab will provide "blunt assessments based on facts, not politics."
NAVA Real Estate Development broke ground on West Colfax's latest condominium project this week, the new 206-unit Lakehouse.
Denver City Council unanimously approved a collective $12 million in tax-increment financing Monday toward two blocks in the Sloans project.