Pueblo Deputies Shoot, Kill Man Who Drew Gun During ArrestThe Pueblo County Sheriff's Office says a man who pulled a gun on its deputies was fatally shot Saturday morning east of Pueblo.
Texas Shooting Victim Has Ties To ColoradoAn exchange student and two substitute teachers were among the 10 people killed during the shooting at Santa Fe High School in Galveston County, Texas.
Pregnant Woman Says Man Punched Her, Service Dog On Plane From ColoradoA deaf woman who is 5 months pregnant says a man punched her in the stomach and hit her service dog during a confrontation on an airplane as it arrived at a Florida airport.
Colorado Business Groups Will Push For Tax Hike For RoadsA coalition of business groups announced plans Friday to ask Colorado voters this fall to raise sales taxes to pay for $6 billion in transportation projects.
Colorado, Texas, Washington Getting New Army Adviser UnitsThe U.S. Army is creating new units in Colorado, Texas and Washington to advise and assist other countries' military forces.
Larimer Panel Recommends 'No' On Water PipelineLarimer County's planning commission says the county should reject plans for a water pipeline that would run from north of Fort Collins to a fast-growing Denver suburb.
Female DU Law Professors Hope Settlement Leads To ChangeSeven female DU law professors will receive a $2.6 million settlement and pay increases after federal officials filed a lawsuit against the women's employer for routinely paying higher salaries to their male colleagues.
3 Judges Nominated For Colorado Supreme Court VacancyThree candidates have been nominated for a vacancy on Colorado's Supreme Court, created by Chief Justice Nancy Rice's retirement.
3 Judges Nominated For Colorado Supreme Court VacancyThree candidates have been nominated for a vacancy on Colorado's Supreme Court, created by Chief Justice Nancy Rice's retirement.
Colorado Lawmakers Send Redistricting Reforms To BallotThe Colorado Legislature is sending voters two ballot measures aimed at preventing partisan gerrymandering.
Colorado Boosts Savings To $730 Million, May Need MoreThanks to a boost from a recent tobacco industry settlement, Colorado plans to sock away an extra $90 million next year in the state's reserves. But by one credit rating agency's analysis, it's still woefully unprepared for the next economic downturn.
Agriculture Secretary Visiting Colorado On Four-State TourU.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue is visiting Colorado as part of a tour highlighting Trump administration priorities on support for farmers and food stamps.