Colorado Capitol Building Evacuated After Possible Bomb ThreatThe Colorado state Capitol had to be evacuated Tuesday afternoon following the Denver Broncos rally due to a possible bomb threat.
Things To Know At The Colorado Capitol The WeekWith less than two weeks to go, lawmakers are scrambling like they do every year to finish all their work before the legislative session ends May 6.
Things To Know At The Colorado Capitol This WeekThe budget, reining in ballot measures, education turmoil and a pricey road plan are among the tops being discussed this week at the state Capitol.
Animal Shelters Hold Adoption Day At State CapitolAnyone looking to adopt a pet can head to the west steps of the state Capitol building on Wednesday.
Things To Know At The Colorado Capitol This WeekAmong the topics keeping Colorado lawmakers busy this week are the budget, penalties for marijuana concentrates and gay conversion therapy.
Colorado Photographers Capture Photos Of Partial Lunar EclipseMany Colorado photographers captured great pictures of the partial lunar eclipse Saturday morning.
Aerospace Industry Takes Over At The State CapitolPolitics took a back seat to science for a time Monday at the state Capitol as the aerospace industry took over.
Things To Know At The Colorado Capitol This WeekAmong the topics Colorado lawmakers will tackle this week are the parent's bill of rights, student arrests and citations and a construction law.
Expansion Of Religious Rights In Discrimination Cases FailsThe growing conflict between religious groups and gay-rights advocates over punishments in discrimination cases played out Monday in Colorado.
Things To Know At The Colorado Capitol This WeekAmong the topics to be tackled by Colorado lawmakers this week are ammo limits, discrimination and gay rights, student surveys and cottage foods.
Bill Expanding Parental Rights Jumps Hurdle At Colorado CapitolDemocratic state lawmakers want to expand the reasons parents can get to leave work and attend events at their children's school.
Things To Know At The Colorado Statehouse This WeekOne-fourth of the 2015 legislative session is in the books, meaning the niceties are over and longer days await lawmakers.