Colorado Senate Minority Leader Steps Down, Cites MisconductDemocrat Lucia Guzman has stepped down from her post.
Agriculture Industry In The Spotlight At CapitolColorado bison frito pie was one of the foods served at a special day at the capitol to highlight the work of farmers and ranchers in the state.
'R' Word Banned From State Statutes On World Down Syndrome DayThe “R” word is done in Colorado’s statutes.
Group Pushes To Lift Urban Camping BanA homeless advocacy group wants to get rid of Denver's urban camping ban.
Secretary Of State ‘Disappointed’ In Grand Jury, DA InvestigationSecretary of State Wayne Williams says he is “disappointed” the Denver District Attorney plans to continue investigating how his office handles campaign finance complaints.
Trump Signs Spending Bill, Blasts CongressTrump signed the $1.3 trillion spending bill to keep the federal government open Friday, then excoriated Congress for passing the plan in the first place.
CBS4 Investigation: Denver Grand Jury Investigating Secretary Of State Wayne WilliamsCBS4 has learned a Denver Grand Jury is investigating criminal complaints against Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams.
Outdoor Gear Could Cost A Lot More With Proposed TariffsThe thriving outdoor industry in Colorado isn't sure what to make of the president's announcement that $50 billion in tariffs will be placed on goods imported from China.
Colorado Senate Minority Leader Steps Down, Cites MisconductSen. Lucia Guzman has stepped down from her post in part to protest Republicans' handling of workplace harassment complaints.
Transportation Bill For More Funding Advances In Colorado LegislatureColorado's Senate has tentatively approved a bill to ask voters to let the state issue $3.5 billion in bonds for roads projects.
'R' Word Banned From State Statutes On World Down Syndrome DayThe governor signed an act that will strip the word demeaning people with Down syndrome and other mental disabilities and conditions, removing its appearance in hundreds of statutes.