Farmers, Ranchers Gather At Capitol For Ag DayFarmers and ranchers gathered at the capitol on Wednesday to celebrate National Agriculture Day.
Colorado Flooding Could Keep Some Tourists AwayA little more than a year after Gov. John Hickenlooper insisted his wildfire-ravaged state was still "open for business," he may have to throw another lifeline to the state's billion-dollar tourism industry as the world takes in the startling images of dramatic flood rescues and washed-out roads.
Senate Leader Takes Closer Look At Planned MergerColorado Senate President Brandon Shaffer is asking sponsors of a bill that would merge the state wildlife and parks agencies to delay a vote so he can take another look at it.
Hickenlooper Signs Scrap Metal CrackdownA crackdown on scrap metal sellers and buyers has been signed into law in Colorado.
House Dems Have Big Plans To Amend Colorado BudgetColorado House Democrats unhappy with the state's budget proposal to cut education funding are gearing up for a long fight.
Colorado Lawmakers Agree On Spending CutsTeachers, farmers and retailers may have some good news from a budget agreement struck in the Colorado Legislature.
Colorado House Gives Final OK To School Exercise BillA proposal to require 30 minutes of daily physical activity for Colorado elementary students is headed to the governor.
Former Gov. Ritter Back At The CapitolFormer Gov. Bill Ritter is back at the Colorado Capitol Tuesday to promote a bicycle race and see his official portrait.
Concussions Training Due To Become Law In ColoradoThe nation's most sweeping measure addressing youth-concussions in sports was signed into law Tuesday in Colorado.
Hickenlooper Asks Some State Managers To ReapplyColorado's governor is asking senior managers in state government to reapply for their jobs.
E-Cigarette Age Limit Signed Into Law In ColoradoElectronic cigarettes are now illegal for minors in Colorado.
Colorado Lawmakers Say Beer Wars Need To EndColorado lawmakers plan to introduce legislation allowing convenience stores and grocery stores to sell full-strength beer after rules on the sale of low-strength beer were changed to make it easier for restaurants and liquor stores to offer those brands.