Some 1,000 people descended on the state Capitol on Friday evening to celebrate the Supreme Court’s landmark ruling on same-sex marriage.
Wednesday is National Missing Children’s Day, a day set aside to raise awareness of the thousands of children reported missing in the U.S. each year. One local elementary student was recognized for her commitment to the cause.
Gov. John Hickenlooper was honored on Tuesday for his work with children in foster care.
Colorado legislators passed a half-dozen bills this session increasing oversight on law enforcement, including encouraging the use of officer-worn body cameras, revamping training and strengthening the public’s right to record police activity.
The Colorado legislative session that concluded this week was among the most sharply partisan in memory — even for a state where political division is the order of the day.
Colorado lawmakers concluded work for the year well in advance of their midnight deadline. But the final hours weren’t without the usual legislative drama and touching farewells.
A wrap up of the events on the final day in the Colorado Legislature.
Colorado lawmakers are close to agreement on one of the most vexing problems of the term — how to reduce standardized tests for students in public schools.
State lawmakers began a debate over whether to allow children to bring medical marijuana to school on Friday.
A legislative showdown over red-light enforcement cameras is heating up in the Legislature.