Protesters Take To Streets After Violent Demonstrations In VirginiaSeveral hundred people gathered inside City Park on Sunday afternoon to show solidarity with the people of Charlottesville, VA a day after white supremacists demonstrations ended with the death of one counter-protester.
'This Is A Terrible Bill': Sen. Bennet Attends Health Care RallyMore than 100 people gathered on the steps of the state Capitol on Sunday, hoping to send a message to congress regarding health care legislation.
Glass Company To Help Replace Shattered Windows With New LawOne company is helping out with replacement windows after a new law goes into effect that will allow strangers to break into a vehicle if a child or pet is in danger.
Broken Windows Will Soon Be Legal When Child, Pet Is In DangerWith temperatures surpassing 90 degrees Friday, and an even hotter Saturday in the forecast, several agencies teamed up to warn drivers about the dangers of hot cars.
Law Helps New Veterinarians, Rural ColoradoGov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill into law that is designed to help animals in Colorado, specifically animals in the rural parts of the state.
Tougher Penalties For Drivers Who Text Behind The WheelA new law cracks down on people texting while driving. Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill into law that increases the penalties for drivers.
Colorado Governor Signs Updated Open Records Act Into LawColorado has updated its open records act so that citizens can obtain government documents in digital formats that can be readily analyzed by computer.
No Special Session For LawmakersLawmakers will not be called back for a special session this year.
Colorado Governor Hints He May Call Lawmakers Back To WorkSaying Colorado lawmakers didn't do nearly enough to pay for highway upgrades, Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper threatened Thursday to call lawmakers back to Denver to take another crack at the issue.
Colorado Lawmakers Pass Hospitals, Roads BillColorado's Legislature has passed an ambitious bill to spare hospitals severe budget cuts while generating $1.8 billion for transportation.
Colorado Lawmakers End Session With Hard-Fought AgreementsColorado lawmakers are concluding business for the year with hard-fought agreements on highways, hospitals and affordable housing.
Colorado Bill Restoring Hospital Subsidies AdvancesColorado lawmakers formally launched a rescue mission Friday to spare hospitals in the state severe budget cuts by advancing a bill that features a grab bag of fiscal maneuvers, including raising recreational pot taxes.