There were no reports of big trouble after solar flares that hit Earth this week, but there could be more flares coming. CBS4’s Alan Gionet wondered, could it get worse? Watch his Good Question report.
There’s been a big change in the way delegates are picked and conventions are run in recent decades. There was a time when power brokers in the Republican and Democratic parties played the kingmakers.
Police in Denver initially said they thought that as a lawmaker Rep. Laura Bradford was entitled to a certain level of immunity. Why is there legislative privilege? Watch Alan Gionet’s Good Question report.
Each day lately it seems there’s news of a hit and run. A woman hit as she crossed the street in Stapleton. Her unborn child dies. A man hit and killed in Aurora. A valet hit and killed as he worked to buy his fiancé a birthday gift.
The super political action committees are becoming even a larger 800 pound gorilla in the room controlling the political landscape this year.
Just ask people on the street if you want to hear what they think of the gridlock that has leaders in Washington looking like the parking lot at Sports Authority Field at Mile High after a Broncos game.
Wattenburg in Colorado is part of a massive expansion of oil production in the lower 48 states, resulting in a change in exports.
The season for holiday parties is here, and that’s likely to mean drinking and people having too much.
Statistics prepared by the RTD to the Public Utilities Commission show the highest number of light rail accidents involving cars or pedestrians were between 1999 and June of 2011 in the downtown area.
Gadgets are always on a lot of holiday shopping lists, especially smart phones and tablet devices, but they often have cameras that present privacy issues. CBS4’s Alan Gionet asks the Good Question “Are you giving away your location without knowing?”