Lawmakers Debate Funding For All-Day KindergartenLawmakers debated a bill that would fund free all-day kindergarten for students in Colorado. The measure has a $242 million price tag.
Domestic Violence Victims Push For Strangulation Felony ClassificationThere's a push at the state Capitol to make strangulation a felony crime. It is currently often charged as a misdemeanor and in some jurisdictions in Colorado, a municipal offense.
New Legislation Calls For Allowing Some 'Open & Public' Pot ConsumptionPot shops could become pot pubs under legislation being drafted at the state Capitol. It's one of the bills this session that could expand where people are allowed to use marijuana.
Concussions In NFL Hit 5-Year High, Congress Launches InvestigationThe number of concussions in the NFL has hit a five-year high. The League says there have been 271 concussions this season. That's up 31 percent from last season.
Actor Peter Falk's Daughter Pushing For Change In Legal Guardianship LawSome Colorado lawmakers want to strip some the decision making power from legal guardians, and they're getting help from the daughter of a famous actor.
Proposed Pilot Program Would Help Vets With PTSD Train Own Service DogsA Colorado state lawmaker is hoping to launch a first-of-its-kind pilot program to help veterans with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) train their own service dogs.
Claire Davis' Father Cries Before Committee Investigating School ShootingThe father of the student shot and killed at Arapahoe High School cried before a committee investigating the missed opportunities to prevent the violence.
Rep. Ken Buck Endorses Ted Cruz For PresidentColorado Congressman Ken Buck has thrown his support behind fellow Republican Ted Cruz for president.
A Lot Of Interesting Legislation On The Table, But State Budget Will Be The Big BattleIt's back to work for lawmakers at the state Capitol as the 2016 Legislature kicked off Wednesday morning, and a lot of interesting legislation is expected this session.
Budget Will Be Battlefield During This Year's Legislative SessionThere is a battle over money every legislative session in Colorado but this year it's going to be a bigger fight than ever. The 2016 Legislative Session opened on Wednesday once again with Democrats in charge of the State House and Republicans in charge of the State Senate.
Police Search For Couple Wanted In Fight Over Parking SpotPolice in Lafayette want to find the couple involved in a fight that started over a handicap parking space.
Republican Ads Feature Colorado Man, Aim To Show More Diversity In The PartyThe Republican National Committee is rolling out a quarter million dollar ad buy during next week's presidential debate that features a man from Pueblo.