Alex Burness covers politics for The Denver Post after previous work for The Boulder Daily Camera, Colorado Independent and Loveland Reporter-Herald. He is a Maryland native and a graduate of Northwestern University.
Forty-three days into Colorado's legislative session, no lawmaker has yet introduced a bill to address the fentanyl crisis.
Brianna Titone knew she was transgender when she was 7, many years before she would learn what transgender meant, 30 years before she would come out and 33 years before...
Gov. Jared Polis is pitching increased savings for Coloradans more than any other campaign pledge, by far, as he seeks a second term as governor.
These new laws concern a wide range of people and topics, from marijuana purchasing to driving rights for the poor to legal recourse for victims of child sex abuse.
Conservative activist Joe Oltmann of FEC United, a Colorado group with an active and armed citizen defense wing, called this week for his "traitor" political opponents to be hanged.
President Joe Biden has chosen Boulder's KC Becker, the recent speaker of the Colorado House of Representatives, for a top job in the Environmental Protection Agency.
A Republican state representative called the transplant denial "incredibly disgusting" on social media, but UC Health says it's in line with policy that existed before the pandemic.
Renters who are having financial issues will have more time to stave off evictions and will face lower fees and court costs.
With Colorado's new 8th Congressional District solidified and the seven current districts staying largely incumbent-friendly, all that's left is for the Colorado Supreme Court to approve the map.
Jared Polis and Marlon Reis have been together for 18 years, and were married Wednesday in a small ceremony in Boulder.