Chris Harris Accepts Super Bowl 50 Tribute To Broncos From Colorado LawmakersDenver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. was at the state Capitol on Wednesday to accept a Super Bowl 50 tribute.
Former Denver City Council Candidate Guilty Of Forging Petition SignaturesA former candidate for Denver City Council District 2 has pleaded guilty to allegations that she forged petition signatures.
Defense Attorneys Say DAs Using Misinformation To Fight Juvenile Parole BillsSeemingly running out of options, Colorado district attorneys are using over-the-top language to block two bills that are fast-tracking to the governor’s desk.
Colorado Lawmakers Target Edible Pot In Fruit, Animal ShapesPot-infused lemon drops and other marijuana edibles that resemble fruits could be coming off Colorado shelves, the latest front in a battle by lawmakers to eradicate retail pot products that could appeal to kids.
Colorado Candidates Give Away Guns To Make A Point, Get AttentionIt's campaign season. So it must be time for the candidate gun raffles.
Former Colorado House Speaker Romanoff Gets New Advocacy JobFormer Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff has been named president and CEO of Mental Health America of Colorado.
Idea To Change Allocation Of Colorado House Seats DroppedOrganizers of a ballot proposal to change how seats are apportioned in the Colorado House have dropped the idea because of a lack of signatures.
Former AP Colorado Capitol Reporter Carl Hilliard Dies At 76Former Associated Press Colorado Capitol reporter Carl Hilliard, who was known for his wit and a weekly newspaper column died Sunday of a heart attack.
2 Final Gun Bills Passed By Colorado DemocratsThe Colorado House passed stricter restrictions on gun ownership by domestic offenders and required in-person training for concealed-carry permits.
Teen Tanning Bed Limits Win OK in Colorado HouseA ban on tanning bed use by children under 15 and new limits on tanning by older teens have won initial approval in the Colorado House.
Death Penalty Repeal Awaits Colorado VoteThe future of the death penalty in Colorado could hinge on a vote scheduled in the Colorado House Tuesday.
Colorado Lawmakers Consider More Money For EnglishRepublicans and Democrats are taking another look at how the state funds programs to help students who are learning English as a second language.