CBS4 this week gathered a handful of recollections from last year’s historic flood that highlight the good-news stories that emerged. Here are a few.
For the first time in CBS4 history an incumbent U.S. senator has declined to debate his opponent live on air. In fact, Sen. Mark Udall isn’t doing a debate on any of the four major network television stations in Denver.
Colorado connections highlight CBS4’s anchors’ and reporters’ genuine affection for the state where they work, live and raise their families. That homegrown loyalty is part of CBS4’s new promotional spots.
Both Democrats and Republics are now reacting to Gov. John Hickenlooper’s comments about the state’s tougher new gun laws.
Colorado’s political world was surprised over the weekend when former state Sen. Mike Kopp claimed the top line of the GOP gubernatorial primary ballot.
Every year Colorado’s legislative session starts with promises of bipartisanship and a commitment to work towards common goals for all of Colorado. But often it’s the day the state really starts to see how the parties are divided.
One of Colorado’s U.S. senators is behind a sweeping new drug safety law — the first in decades. It allows the government to track prescription drugs the same way companies like FedEx track packages.
Gun-control supporters and Colorado Democrats hoping the state’s long debate over new gun laws is over are setting themselves up for disappointment.
Colorado GOP leaders have confirmed to CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd that they are bidding for Denver to host the 2016 Republican National Convention.
For the first time on television state Sen. Evie Hudak answered her critics in an interview with CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd.