Drivers Sue Amazon Over 'Inhumane' Conditions, Having to Pee in Bottles
A proposed class action in Colorado alleges that Amazon broke state wage and anti-discrimination laws by not letting drivers take breaks to use the bathroom.
Where's the Next Amsterdam?
As the city cracks down on its weed laws, others across the world are ready to let the good times roll. Here's the latest legalisation updates.
A QAnon Follower Booby-Trapped Her Home With Flashbangs and Pepper Spray
The conspiracy theorist was arrested last week after a door-to-door salesman stepped on a tripwire at her property and suffered hearing loss.
Yet Another Conspiracy Theorist Just Won a GOP State Party Chairmanship
Dave “Let’s Go Brandon” Williams is Colorado’s new GOP chair, and part of a growing trend.
Firing of Colorado Librarian Violated Anti-Discrimination Laws
A librarian was terminated after promoting programs for LGBTQ teens. The state says the district violated civil rights laws.
A Woman Wanted an Abortion to Save One of Her Twins. She Had to Travel 1,000 Miles.
“There was no decision, really, because the baby wasn't going to survive... I’m not going to leave my son without a mom.”
Colorado Votes to Decriminalize Shrooms and Other Psychedelics
Colorado became the second state to legalize psilocybin mushrooms, following in Oregon's footsteps.
GOP Candidate Seemingly Accidentally Doxes Self as Running Fake News ‘Parody’ Twitter Account
A screenshot on a parody news account may contain the secret of the account's owners.
Cop Who Shot and Killed 911 Caller Christian Glass Is Still on Duty
A cop shot and killed 22-year-old Christian Glass after his car got stuck on a rural Colorado road. Two days later, the officer was on the street.
An AI-Generated Artwork Won First Place at a State Fair Fine Arts Competition, and Artists Are Pissed
Jason Allen's AI-generated work "Théâtre D'opéra Spatial" took first place in the digital category at the Colorado State Fair.
Tina Peters’ Refusal to Accept Her Loss in Colorado Is a Preview of 2024
Within minutes of Peters’ election loss, her supporters in the election-denying world were sharing bogus conspiracies claiming the vote was rigged.
Wheelchair Right to Repair Passes Colorado House
It still needs to move through the senate, but a bi-partisan bill that would let people fix their own wheelchairs has a good chance of becoming law.