Storms Bring Tornadoes To Colorado, More Could Happen SundayA series of tornadoes swept across eastern Colorado Saturday, causing several minor injuries and damaging motorhomes and buildings. Another spring storm brought deadly driving conditions to northern Arizona.
Some Think It's Too Easy To Amend The Colorado Constitution And It Needs To ChangeThe November ballot in Colorado could be very crowded. The proposed initiatives this year hit on issues including assisted suicide, a fracking ban and single payer health care. All the proposals would require amending the state constitution.
Tornado Confirmed In Yuma, Tornado Watches For NE ColoradoA tornado was confirmed near Yuma in northeast Colorado on Saturday afternoon. No damage was reported.
Denver Records Earliest 80 Degree Temperature In 143 Year Climate RecordThe calendar might still show winter, but it felt more like early summer across Colorado on Monday.
Cory Gardner Sworn In As Colorado's Junior SenatorColorado's newest senator has been sworn in.
Undercover Video Shows Alleged Suffering Animals At Colorado Pig FarmThere’s been powerful reaction to a video from a Colorado pig farm that was released by an animal rights group that says it shows “shocking treatment” of suffering animals.
Yuma Teen Killed In Apparent Accidental ShootingStudents in the eastern Colorado community of Yuma are mourning the death of a 16-year-old boy in an apparent accidental shooting.
Cory Gardner’s Town Shapes Immigration ViewAndrea Hermosillo rode for hours to protest at her neighbor's office. The high school junior lives only a few blocks from GOP Senate candidate Cory Gardner in Yuma, a small town on Colorado's high plains.
Fire Crews Get 2,000 Acre Grass Fire Under ControlFire crews quickly got control of a large grass fire that ignited near Yuma on Wednesday.
Secession Plan Floated By Some Northern Colorado LeadersSeveral Colorado counties that strongly oppose increased regulation of the oil and gas industry say they want to form their own state.
Funeral Thursday For Soldier Killed In AfghanistanColorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has ordered flags be lowered to half-staff on public buildings statewide Thursday in honor of a Fort Carson soldier from Arizona.
Cyclists Excited For 'Pedal The Plains'Cycling continues to be a big event in Colorado and now there's another way to see the state on two wheels: Pedal The Plains.

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