Obama Raises Money For Absent Sen. UdallIn a tough race for re-election, Colorado Democratic Sen. Mark Udall chose the benefit of President Barack Obama's fundraising prowess Wednesday over the pleasure of his company.
U.S. Senate Majority Could Rest On The Sage GrouseAn obscure, chicken-sized bird best known for its mating dance could help determine whether Democrats or Republicans control the U.S. Senate in November.
Republicans Claim Udall’s Office Tried To Bully Insurance DirectorA state lawmaker is calling for an investigation after accusations that Sen. Mark Udall’s office tried to bully a state agency into making the Affordable Care Act roll out look better.
GOP Says Udall Pressured State On Health FiguresRepublicans are accusing Colorado U.S. Sen. Mark Udall of trying to put pressure on state health officials to change the number of people who had their health insurance policies cancelled because of the national health care overhaul.
Army Weighs Step To Limit Colorado Training SiteThe Army said Tuesday it will consider cancelling one of several clearances that Fort Carson would need to expand a training site in southeastern Colorado.
Sen. Udall Praises Deal On Secret Drone MemosColorado Democrat Mark Udall is praising the White House decision to let committee members see secret legal opinions that justify the use of lethal drone strikes against terror suspects.
Colorado Joins Lawsuit Over Electronic BooksColorado Attorney General John Suthers says Colorado is joining a multistate lawsuit against electronic book publishers.
Colorado May Use Part Of Mortgage Deal On PrisonA prison in southeast Colorado that closed earlier this year wasn't a victim of the national mortgage crisis. But it could find new life because of it.
Plea Bargain Discussions Under Way In Sullivan CaseProsecutors and lawyers for former Arapahoe County Sheriff Patrick J. Sullivan Jr. are discussing a potential plea bargain.
4 Charged In Alleged Child-Prostitute Ring In ColoradoA child-trafficking ring coerced or lured at least four girls under the age of 18 into prostitution in five Colorado cities, state Attorney General John Suthers said Monday.
Arapahoe County Courts Can't Find Thousands In CashA CBS4 investigation has learned that administrators for the 18th Judicial District have been unable to locate about $6,000 in cash that was evidence in a criminal case.
State Files Lawsuit Against Firefighter Calendar GroupThe state attorney general has filed a lawsuit against Fired Up For Kids, the group behind the firefighter calendars said to be for charity.