A Colorado credit union is hoping a federal judge will intervene to let the booming marijuana industry move its finances from cash-stuffed suitcases to the regulated banking system.
Colorado’s largest supplier of public drinking water is in the midst of a debate over how much fluoride – if any – to put into its delivery system after the federal government announced new standards in April.
A San Francisco-based payroll company says it’s expanding to Denver to hire 100 new employees immediately and 1,000 more in a few years.
Colorado plans to help find affordable housing for artists in nine rural communities.
Governors from across the nation are gathering in West Virginia for this year’s National Governor’s Association Summer Meeting.
A key witness in a death penalty case in Denver has refused to testify.
Money to repair highways, rising health care costs and controversies surrounding attempts to combat global warming are among topics the nation’s governors plan to tackle when they gather this week in West Virginia.
Vice President Joe Biden swung through Denver to raise money for Senate Democrats, highlight President Obama’s push for free community college, taste some ice cream and get unexpected emotional support after the recent death of his son.
CBS4 has learned that Viki Manley, a top level administrator at the beleaguered Colorado Department of Human Services, suddenly resigned last week and is gone.
Colorado theater shooter James Holmes will be sentenced to either death or life in prison without parole after the penalty phase of his trial, which starts Wednesday. Either way, Holmes can expect to spend decades in prison.