Michael Carr sued the city for violating his First Amendment rights. He was cited for posting an oversized political campaign sign in his front yard.
A federal court says a Colorado law requiring that only state residents be allowed to circulate ballot petitions is a violation of the First Amendment.
A website operated from Colorado Springs that harvests hundreds of nude and explicit pictures and then displays them on the site has Colorado women outraged after their most private photos showed up unexpectedly.
A teacher in the Cherry Creek School District has been put on paid leave as the district investigates her Twitter account.
A group of campaign finance activists are rallying in Denver to call for new limits on campaign funding.
As the debate over gun control continues big crowds were met with a protester at the Tanner Gun Show at the Denver Merchandise Mart on Saturday.
A judge has blocked the enforcement of Colorado Springs’ new panhandling ban.
A New Jersey gay couple whose engagement photo was used in Colorado political attack mailers are “innocent bystanders” whose image was stolen, and their federal lawsuit against a group who used the picture should proceed.
A right we have held dear for over two hundred years is the key to the complications the United States faces in Middle East. And niether side seems to be ready to back down any time soon.
The election is nine weeks away, and we can expect to see even more campaign ads. There’s a good chance many more will be negative ads. That made CBS4’s Alan Gionet wonder “How negative is too negative?”