Gorsuch Will Get Support From Fellow ColoradoansSupreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch will get support from fellow Coloradoans.
Refugees Getting Warm Welcome Resettling In ColoradoGov. Hickenlooper was there supporting the community.
Judge: DIA Must Accommodate Spur-Of-The-Moment ProtestsDIA required protesters to request a permit seven days in advance.
Some Lawmakers Want To Re-Evaluate Immigration PoliciesCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd reports on the latest from the political world in Colorado.
Sen. Gardner Town Hall Meeting To Be Missing A Key PersonMore than 1,000 people plan to attend a U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner town hall this Friday in Denver, but one person who won’t be there -- Gardner.
Proposed Marijuana Home Delivery Bill Has Its Pros & ConsColorado lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow medical and recreational dispensaries to deliver marijuana to homes.
Debate Over Plan To Allow Teachers To Carry Guns At SchoolIt’s an issue that has Douglas County parents divided: should teachers be allowed to carry handguns on school grounds?
Flags Lowered To Honor Lt. Gov. Mark HoganFlags across Colorado were lowered on Wednesday in honor of former Lt. Gov. Mark Hogan who died last week.
Hatch: Gorsuch Is One Of US's Best JudgesUtah Sen. Orrin Hatch says Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch is one of the best judges in the country and will protect religious liberties is he's confirmed to the high court.
Republicans Who Won After Rowdy Town Halls Now Avoiding ThemRepublicans who benefited from rowdy town halls six years ago and harnessed a wave of discontent with Democrats to win seats in Congress are learning a hard lesson this week as they return home: The left is happy to return the favor.
Bill To Create Rules For Pot Clubs PostponedA bill that would create rules and regulations for securing a pot club license has been postponed at the state Capitol.