Hillary Clinton Talks Topics That Are Important To ColoradoHillary Rodham Clinton was in Colorado on Tuesday and CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd got an exclusive one-on-one interview with the Democratic presidential candidate to talk about the more controversial issues.
Hickenlooper Believes Relocating Syrian Refugees, Maintaining Safety Can Be AchievedGov. John Hickenlooper says Colorado can maintain safety while allowing Syrian refugees to come to the state.
DU Students Studying Abroad In Paris During AttacksThe Federal Bureau of Investigation Denver Division told CBS4 there are no credible threats in the U.S. on Friday evening in relation to the deadly attacks in Paris. Some students from Denver were in Paris when the attacks happened.
Senate Bill Would Ban Guantanamo Bay Detainees From Colorado, Other StatesThe Senate is poised to pass a bill that bans moving Guantanamo Bay detainees to the United States -- something Barack Obama has been trying to do since he was sworn in as president.
Gardner Calls Obama's Keystone XL Decision A 'Misguided Choice'Following President Barack Obama rejection of the proposal to build the Keystone XL pipeline, Sen. Cory Garner says the president has "put the demands of radical political groups over American jobs.
EPA Grants More Time For Mine Spill Repayment PactThe Environmental Protection Agency has given La Plata County and the Southern Ute tribe more time to work out an agreement with the agency for compensation for their costs from the Gold King Mine spill.
Sen. Cory Gardner Endorses Rubio For PresidentFive days after a debate in Colorado that he had a strong showing in, Marco Rubio has gotten the endorsement of the state's only Republican senator.
Colorado Republicans Expect Attacks, Hope For New Ideas At GOP DebateAs a crowded field of Republican presidential candidates prepared to take stage in Boulder for the third-nationally televised debate on Wednesday, Colorado Republicans weighed in on what they expect to see and hear from candidates.
Largest Health Insurer On Colorado Exchange CollapsesColorado's biggest nonprofit health insurer announced its closure Friday, forcing nearly 83,000 Coloradans to find a new insurer for 2016.
EPA: Tests Show Water Sent To Navajo Nation Met StandardsNew tests on water sent to Navajo Nation farmers after millions of gallons of waste spilled from a Colorado mine indicate that the emergency supply met federal and tribal standards for livestock and irrigation, federal officials say.
Bet On This: Lawmakers Will Take Closer Look At Daily Fantasy Sports BettingColorado U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette says she is shocked by the daily advertisements for fantasy sports betting and is questioning the business practices of the companies involved.
Colorado's Senators Working Together To Bridge Divide Between PartiesColorado Senators Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner, are trying to work together for the good of the state.