Hickenlooper Signs $26.8 Billion Budget Into LawColorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has signed into law a $26.8 billion state budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1.
Lawmakers Green-Light Driverless Cars In ColoradoGov. John Hickenlooper is expected to sign a bill that paves the way for testing the technology in Colorado.
Colorado Legislative Session Ends With Hard-Fought Wins, Some MissesColorado lawmakers concluded business for the year Wednesday with hard-fought agreements on highways, hospitals and affordable housing — but the split Legislature racked up some misses, too.
Colorado GOP Blocks Nation's First Well-Mapping RequirementColorado Republicans used a late-night filibuster Monday to block a first-of-its-kind requirement that oil and gas producers provide the locations of all their gas lines.
New Bill To Ease Student Loan StrugglesColorado state lawmakers are trying to help college graduates who are struggling with student debt.
Colorado Governor Approves Public Records MediationColorado has a new law encouraging citizens and state agencies to resolve public records disputes outside court.
Public School Budget Battle Coming Down To The WireA fight over funding for charter schools in Colorado could affect every student in the state's public school system.
After Scribbling Down Details Of Spending Bill, Lawmakers Now At An ImpasseA dozen hospitals in rural Colorado could close if state lawmakers don't reach a deal on a sweeping bill by next week.
Colorado Leaves Police Free To Help With Pot CrackdownColorado law enforcement officers are free to help in a potential federal marijuana crackdown.
Lawmakers: Conclusions Shouldn't Be Drawn From Explosion DevelopmentAfter the house explosion in Firestone that prompted company Annadarko to close more than 3,000 vertical wells, CBS4 looked into regulations regarding development and proximity to wells.
'I've Done My Time'; Lawmakers Join Family Fight To Free Colorado InmateA Colorado family's three-year fight to have a convicted felon released from prison is gaining new momentum from state lawmakers.
Initial OK For Colorado Electronic Records Bill In HearingA House committee late Monday approved a bill to modernize Colorado's Open Records Act, with majority Democrats pushing for a measure that presumes the public is entitled to access government records in ways that can be analyzed by computer.