Colorado Testing New Voting Machines Next MonthAmid national anxiety about aging voting machines, Colorado elections officials are testing four types of new machines in elections next month as they move toward upgrades statewide.
32 Arrested, 20,000 Pot Plants Recovered After Raid On Grow Sites On Public LandsA total of 32 people have been arrested and 20,000 marijuana plants seized in a series of raids on illegal marijuana cultivation sites around Colorado.
Sport Shooting On Forest Service Land Debated 'More Shooters, More People'The debate over regulation of recreational sports shooting on national forest lands in several counties along the Front Range is getting heated. This week the public is getting involved in that discussion.
Arts Funding Up For Debate 'Look At How Funding Is Distributed'Next year voters in the Denver metro area will be asked to continue funding the arts but where the $55 million in tax dollars will go is up for debate.
Colorado Livestock Quarantine Still In EffectThe State Veterinarian's Office says there are 60 locations under quarantine after horses and cows tested positive for a debilitating virus.
Driver Charged For Making Obscene Gesture, CSP Requests DismissalA man who waved his middle finger at a Colorado State Patrol officer is facing charges for the obscene gesture. But the American Civil Liberties Union said the charge is a violation of Shane Boor's civil rights.
Snyder Creek Fire Near Kenosha Pass Sits DownFirefighters on Monday are mopping up hotspots at the scene of the Snyder Creek Fire near Kenosha Pass.
Wildfire Forces Evacuations Near JeffersonA wildfire burning in Park County near Kenosha Pass has forced evacuations of a residential area on Sunday.