Within minutes of Peters’ election loss, her supporters in the election-denying world were sharing bogus conspiracies claiming the vote was rigged.
Tina Peters, the top election official in Mesa County, Colorado, has a lot on her plate.
Police say the alleged shooter appears to have targeted specific people, and several victims had ties to the local tattoo community.
Colorado’s Department of Public Health is recommending a series of changes to how first responders use ketamine in hopes of preventing more fatalities.
The meal kit-giant is monitoring employees who post about the union, hiding union-related posts, and ignoring customers who have questions about the union.
Colorado’s UCHealth says donors and recipients will need to be vaccinated “in almost all situations.”
Brady Mistic tried to explain he couldn’t hear officers’ commands. But Idaho Springs cops allegedly misinterpreted his sign language as disrespect.
The Stop the Steal-QAnon-MAGA-8chan singularity has been achieved in Colorado.
“If you move, I will shoot you,” the officer warned a distressed and bleeding man, according to the bodycam footage.
A Colorado cop allegedly tased an unarmed grandfather in his underwear at home. After two months, he’s still under 24-hour care.
The U.S. is gearing up for what looks like another intense wildfire season with blazes across the West after months of drought, a winter without rain, and a changing climate.