After a dramatic few weeks in which City Council voted to repeal Denver’s ban on pit bulls and Mayor Michael Hancock vetoed it, the effort officially died on Monday night, when the Council didn’t have the votes to overrule the mayor’s decision. Here, we take a look at the 30-year ban and what might come next.
In 2018, voters approved a $0.25 sales tax by passing the Caring for Denver ballot initiative. Now, a newly formed foundation is starting to dole out grants to programs that help Denverites experiencing mental health and substance misuse challenges get treatment.
When it comes to weather in the Centennial State, change is the only constant. That means being prepared for every possibility, including wild temperature fluctuations and unexpected winter precipitation.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments in Colorado Department of State v. Baca this spring. How did this case about the 2016 presidential election and the state’s electors make it to the country’s highest court, and what does it mean for the 2020 election?