Hickenlooper Mulls Biggest Rewrite Of Liquor Code Since ProhibitionGov. John Hickenlooper has until June 10 to decide if he will sign a bill into law that allows full-strength beer and wine to be sold in grocery stores.
Colorado Peace Officers Plead For Help Dealing With Post-Traumatic StressFor every peace officer who dies in the line of duty far more are taking their own lives, and peace officers are asking for help.
New Procedure Spares Skin Cancer Patients From SurgeryThere are 5.4 million cases of non-melanoma cancer each year -- 8500 people a day -- a number that includes Colorado’s Attorney General.
New Technology Tested In Boulder Could Help Fight WildfiresNew technology was tested in Boulder on Friday that could help fight wildfires across the country. The same technology has been used at the Super Bowl and Boston Marathon.
New Law Will Help Teen Moms Stay In SchoolGov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill into law on Thursday that will help teen moms stay in school by waiving previously required legal action for child support.
73,000 Coloradans Could Soon Become Eligible For Overtime PayBeing overworked and underpaid is a complaint that's become all too common, but the Obama administration is trying to change that with new rules that force businesses to pay more overtime.
Report: Vet Who Died Received Inadequate Care From Grand Junction VA HospitalA report has been released on the death of a veteran that his former caseworker blamed on the VA hospital in Grand Junction.
Secretary Of State: Keyser Unlikely To Be Disqualified From GOP Senate PrimaryTwo district attorney's offices say they are reviewing criminal complaints in Colorado's Republican Senate primary, and the complaints come as ballots go out to the first voters.
Police Want 2-Year Moratorium On New Marijuana LawsPolice and prosecutors in Colorado are asking lawmakers for a two year moratorium on new marijuana laws. They say 81 bills have been introduced since recreational pot was legalized and they can't keep up with regulation that seems to change on a daily basis.
Gov. Hickenlooper Signs Bill To Allow Rainwater CollectionGov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill into law on Thursday that allows for the collection of rainwater. The issue has been surprisingly controversial over the years as several attempts have failed in the state Legislature.
Gov. Hickenlooper Not Ready To Sign Off On Grocery Store Beer BillA plan to put full-strength beer in Colorado grocery stores by 2037 is on its way to the governor.
Sponsor Says King Soopers, Safeway Holding Out On Beer Bill CompromiseA state Senate committee came up with a compromise in the fight to get full-strength beer and liquor into more Colorado grocery stores, but it looks like some grocery stores won't support it.

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