BREAKING NEWS: Shots fired at 15th & Wynkoop, woman shot several times, suspect dead.
Reality Check: GOP Opponent Not Yet Known, But Bennet Running AdsColorado's Senate race will be one of the most watched in the country.
Immigrant Rights Activists React After Deadlock In Supreme CourtImmigrant rights activists in Colorado are stepping up voter registration drives and citizenship classes after the U.S. Supreme Court blocked President Barack Obama from expanding protections for people in the country illegally.
Plenty Of Confusion Among Colorado Voters As Primary Election NearsWith so much attention focused on the presidential election in November, there's some confusion around Colorado's primary election in June.
Voters In Denver Prepare To Elect A New District AttorneyIn less than one week, voters in Denver will do something they haven't done in 12 years-- elect a new district attorney.
Ted Cruz In Colorado To Support Darryl Glenn For U.S. SenateFormer Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz was campaigning in Colorado on Monday for a U.S. Senate candidate. Sen. Cruz has thrown his support behind Darryl Glenn.
Law Meant To Protect Workers Harming Small Business OwnersA law meant to protect workers who get hurt on the job could shut down some small businesses in Colorado. Those businesses are facing massive fines for violations that -- in some cases -- happened years ago.
Democrats Take Advantage Of Busy Weekend To Get Out The VoteDemocrats are taking advantage of a busy weekend in Colorado to register people to vote.
Deputy VA Secretary 'Blown Away' By Progress At Aurora HospitalThe deputy secretary of the Veterans Affairs Department was back in Colorado on Wednesday to meet with contractors to check on the progress of the still unfinished VA hospital in Aurora.
Army Of Colorado Republicans Train To Register & Recruit VotersThe Republican National Committee is working hard to train volunteers. They want to be ready to hit the ground running and get people registered to vote.
'Jack's Law': Medical Marijuana In Schools Bill Signed By GovernorSchools in Colorado will be required to allow medical marijuana after Gov. John Hickenlooper signed "Jack's Law" on Monday.
Pilot Program Gives Students With Intellectual Disabilities Chance At CollegeDozens and perhaps hundreds of Colorado students just got a chance to go to college. They'll benefit from a pilot program just signed into law on Monday.
Gov. Hickenlooper Vetoes Red Light Camera BanGov. John Hickenlooper has vetoed a bill that would have created a statewide ban on red light cameras-- again.

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