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Colorado public school enrollment ticked up last year, but still below pre-pandemic levels

Colorado’s public school enrollment ticked up last year but still remains nearly 27,000 students below its pre-pandemic level, the Department of Education (CDE) said on Wednesday.  In all, 886,517 preschool through 12th... Read more »

Aurora, Colorado Springs in ‘healthy financial condition’; Denver in ‘bad fiscal shape’

Aurora and Colorado Springs are in “healthy financial condition” while Denver is in “bad fiscal shape,” according to a new report on the financial health of the 75 largest cities in the U.S.... Read more »

Copies of Elbert County’s voting system hard drives ended up in unauthorized hands, Colorado SOS says

Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold said on Friday that copies of Elbert County’s voting system hard drives ended up in unauthorized hands.  The announcement comes after Elbert County Clerk and Recorder Dallas Schroeder... Read more »

Denver saw significant increase in unsheltered homelessness in 2021

The Denver metro area saw a significant increase in the number of unsheltered homeless people last year, according to a recent report. The Metro Denver Homeless Initiative’s (MDHI) report found that more than 12,000 individuals experienced... Read more »

Former prison guard alleges Colorado’s training for officers is racially discriminatory

A former officer at Colorado’s Limon Correctional Facility is suing state agencies over their mandated diversity, equity, and inclusion training program. Mountain States Legal Foundation (MSLF), a nonprofit public interest law firm,... Read more »

Governor’s unemployment insurance fund proposal could save Colorado employers over $560M

A plan by Gov. Jared Polis to infuse Colorado’s unemployment insurance fund with more than $600 million could generate nearly equal savings for businesses in the state, according to a new report.  The report by... Read more »

State higher education task force submits final recommendations to lawmakers

A state task force on higher education and workforce development in Colorado submitted its final report to state lawmakers on Monday that recommends ways the state can improve pathways to postsecondary education... Read more »

Polis says ‘saving Coloradans money’ is top priority in state of the state address

Gov. Jared Polis touted his administration’s work to save Coloradans money during his fourth state of the state address on Thursday.  The governor address, which was delivered in the well of the... Read more »

Colorado Democrats outline plans for 2022 legislative session

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis and Democratic lawmakers gathered outside the state Capitol on Monday to outline their priorities for the upcoming legislative session.  The Democratic leadership said some of the priorities this... Read more »

Number of luxury homes sold in Denver doubled over last two years

Denver is quickly becoming a luxury housing market as the number of homes sold at $1 million or more has doubled over the last two years, according to data from the Denver... Read more »