Intersection Where Quadruple Shooting Happened A Hotbed For Recent CrimesAfter a disturbing quadruple shooting in a LoDo neighborhood early on Labor Day, late night safety is once again in the spotlight.
Denver Touts National Western Stock Show UpgradesA 10-year plan to turn an aging Denver arena into a global agriculture destination started Wednesday when city officials kicked off a tax campaign to pay for the makeover at the National Western Stock Show.
Colorado Lawmakers Look To Study School ViolenceSchool violence and mental health would be the subject of a study for possible legislation in Colorado with a proposal that's close to reaching the governor's desk.
Republicans Seek To Roll Back Colorado Energy MandatesColorado Republicans want to roll back the state's renewable energy mandates. And with greater numbers in the state Legislature this year, along with falling energy prices, they're feeling more confident about their chances.
Rep. Hullinghorst New Colorado House SpeakerColorado Democrats selected Rep. Dickie Lee Hullinghorst to be the next House speaker, making her only the second woman in state history to hold that position.
Revenge Porn Penalties Among New Colorado LawsOnline posting of intimate pictures or videos of former romantic partners as a form or revenge will carry criminal penalties in Colorado beginning Tuesday as new laws take effect involving several issues.
Plan Would Direct Pot Taxes Toward Drug EducationColorado would save most of its marijuana tax money while spending about $23 million on school nurses and drug treatment and outreach under a plan approved Tuesday be legislative budget writers.
Colorado Budget Finalized, Heads To HickenlooperLawmakers approved a $23 billion budget for Colorado next year, sending to the governor a spending plan that increases money for public schools, colleges, and funds an aerial firefighting fleet.
Not As Many People Buying Recreational Pot As PredictedSales tax revenue on recreational marijuana in Colorado is down compared to early projections.
Gov. Hickenlooper Scales Back Pot Tax PredictionColorado's uncertain marijuana market has prompted the governor to ratchet back his projection of how much tax the newly legal drug could produce.
Colorado Has More Money To Spend Next YearColorado's public schools and colleges are getting hundreds of millions to make up for budget cuts in next year's proposed budget, and with the economy on the upswing, there's money left over to save for a rainy day.
Bill Would Further Help Low Income Parents With Child CareChild care can be so expensive some parents don't work just because they can't afford to. Now some state lawmakers want to change that.