Doug Robinson Announces Run For GovernorMitt Romney's nephew wants to be the next governor in Colorado.
Lawmakers: Conclusions Shouldn't Be Drawn From Explosion DevelopmentAfter the house explosion in Firestone that prompted company Annadarko to close more than 3,000 vertical wells, CBS4 looked into regulations regarding development and proximity to wells.
'I've Done My Time'; Lawmakers Join Family Fight To Free Colorado InmateA Colorado family's three-year fight to have a convicted felon released from prison is gaining new momentum from state lawmakers.
Teen Sexting Law Closer To Agreement In ColoradoA teen-sexting law that has eluded Colorado lawmakers for years appears to be moving closer to reality.
It Could Start Costing More To Enjoy Colorado's OutdoorsOutdoor recreation in Colorado could become "pay to play." The price to hunt, fish, hike and bike would increase under a bill at the state Capitol.
Activists: Man Who Once Sought Refuge In Church DetainedA Mexican man who once sought sanctuary from deportation in a Colorado church was detained by federal immigration agents Wednesday morning as he went to a warehouse to get tile to install on a job, his wife said Wednesday.
Rural Colorado Hospitals In Big Trouble If Bill FailsA standoff at the state Capitol is threatening the survival of rural Colorado hospitals.
Colorado Bill To Expedite Immigrant License Renewals FailsA bill to let unauthorized immigrants renew their Colorado driver's licenses online or by mail has died in the Senate.
Crucial Test For Transportation Funding Bill In Colorado SenateA bill that would ask voters to raise Colorado's state sales tax to fund a $3.5 billion transportation bond issue faces a crucial test in the Senate.
Colorado To Allow Medical Pot For PTSD, With New LimitsPost-traumatic stress sufferers may soon qualify for medical pot in Colorado.
Gardner Talks Border Wall During Online Town HallSenator Cory Gardner, a Republican representing Colorado, talked to constituents about big issues like border security, during his online town hall on Monday night.
Trailblazing Colorado Abortion Law Marks 50th AnniversaryTuesday marks 50 years since a groundbreaking Colorado law significantly loosened tight restrictions on legal abortions.

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