It happens about once a month here, on the barren foothills of one of America’s green-energy boomtowns: A soaring golden eagle slams into a wind farm’s spinning turbine and falls, mangled and lifeless, to the ground.
President Barack Obama played golf on Monday with three senators, including Sen. Mark Udall of Colorado.
Gaspar Perricone got a child-size .22-caliber rifle for his first birthday. In high school, he went duck hunting before class and stowed his shotgun in his pickup
Flags at Colorado’s public buildings will be flown at half-staff in honor of those hurt and killed in the bombings in Boston.
Ratcheting up pressure for Congress to limit access to guns, President Barack Obama said Wednesday that steps taken recently by Colorado to tighten its gun laws show “there doesn’t have to be a conflict” between keeping citizens safe and protecting Second Amendment rights to gun ownership.
The mother of a woman killed in the Colorado theater shooting will be among those meeting with President Obama in Denver on Wednesday.
Some Colorado sheriffs are speaking out against any more gun control measures as President Barack Obama visits the state.
In danger of losing congressional momentum, President Barack Obama is drawing attention to Colorado’s newly passed gun control laws as he applies public pressure on Congress to pass similar federal measures.
Some current and former Denver police officers have taken to Facebook to criticize the president’s planned use of Denver police officers as a backdrop for a Wednesday speech on gun control.
President Barack Obama is traveling to Colorado next week to discuss the state’s new gun control laws with law enforcement and community leaders.