Many Drivers Still Not Heeding Move Over LawColorado State Patrol says the number of citations for drivers failing to move over has doubled compared to 2016 as the agency marks one year since Trooper Cody Donahue was killed because a truck drifted into the shoulder while he next to his patrol car and another car he pulled over along Interstate 25.
House Speaker Duran: 'Boy's Clubs' Need To Be Broken UpState lawmakers are calling for changes to the legislature's workplace harassment policy as allegations against State Rep. Steve Lebsock mount.
GOP Bill To Increase Colorado Revenue Faces Tough Test GOP-sponsored measure to allow Colorado to keep more tax revenue for roads, education and health care faced a tough hurdle Monday.
Lawmakers Honor The Sacrifice Of State Troopers KilledColorado lawmakers are honoring the sacrifice of two state troopers killed in the line of duty on Friday.
Colorado Warms To Pot Clubs, Despite Federal UncertaintyAt risk of raising the ire of the White House, Colorado is on the brink of becoming the first state with licensed pot clubs. But the details of how these clubs will operate are as hazy as the underground clubs operating already.
New 'Guns In Schools' Bill Focused On Training Has A ChanceOnly a few days into the legislative session and already lawmakers are talking about guns.
Bill Regulating Fantasy Sports Scores Another Goal At Colorado CapitolA bill to regulate fantasy sports websites like DraftKings and FanDuel is a step closer to becoming law in Colorado. It passed a key committee with help from former Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Stokley.
Medical Pot-In-Schools Bill Clears Another Legislative HurdleRepublicans and Democrats in Colorado rarely find much common ground on marijuana issues, but on Thursday both parties found an issue they both fully support.
Parents At Charter School Believe Kids Are Being Punished For Opting Out Of TestsParents of students at a school in Douglas County are upset because they believe their children are being punished for their decision to opt their children out of state testing.
Colorado Lawmakers Start Work On Student Testing ChangesColorado lawmakers started work Monday on one of the thorniest problems of the annual lawmaking session - changes to the slate of standardized tests required in public schools.
Crowds Dwindle, But GOP Stays Course On Ammo Magazine LimitsColorado Republicans advanced one of their last efforts to repeal recent gun control laws Monday, approving a bill to undo a 15-round limit on ammunition magazines even though it faces certain death in the Democrat-controlled House.
Bill Aiming To Decriminalize Truancy Get Bipartisan SupportA state lawmaker says it's time Colorado stopped jailing children for skipping school.