Colorado’s gun control debate is moving out of the state Capitol and straight to voters.
Colorado’s gun control debate could be headed to the ballot.
As crazy as 2013 was politically in Colorado, with the way things are lining up right now, it may look mild when compared to 2014.
The Republican leader in the Colorado House says his party will try to overturn or change the gun restrictions Democrats passed earlier this year.
After a blistering recall defeat and negative feedback from focus groups, it’s hard to know what’s motivating Angela Giron to look at a possible run for Secretary of State.
A year after saying “the time is right” for a gun-control debate, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is laying out a much more modest agenda for 2014.
Reports about flooding, wildfires and marijuana in Colorado were among the top viewed stories on CBSDenver.com this year, but you might be surprised to learn that the following specific stories were also big talkers and drew big numbers.
Take a look at the Top 10 news stories of 2013 in Colorado.
Votes in 11 rural counties on whether to secede from Colorado sparked debates that ultimately will strengthen the state, Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper told local government officials Tuesday.
A third Democratic state senator facing possible recall after voting for gun-control measures will resign, allowing Democrats to maintain control of Colorado’s Senate.