State Lawmaker Nearly Shot, Bullet Hole Among Damage At State Capitol After Violent George Floyd Death ProtestsThe state Legislature cancelled work Friday in anticipation of more protests at the state Capitol. On Thursday night, demonstrations turned violent and protesters caused a lot of damage to the state Capitol and surrounding businesses in downtown Denver.
Colorado House And Senate Won't Convene Friday Or Saturday Due To George Floyd Death ProtestsBecause of the violent nature of protests outside the Colorado State Capitol on Thursday night, state leaders won't hold hearings at the capitol on Friday or Saturday.
Denver Joins Cities And States Suing Trump Administration Over Rollback Of Mileage StandardsThe challenge is about making sure the government is upholding the rule of law and acting based on facts and science, Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser said.
Heated Debate Over Lawmakers Voting From Home Sparks Accusations Of Racism At State CapitolState lawmakers will be allowed to vote from home for the first time ever. The House and Senate passed a resolution changing the rules after hours of heated debate that included accusations of racism.
Lawmakers Introduce Bill To Provide Paid Sick Days For Colorado WorkersOn Wednesday, Colorado lawmakers provided an overview of a newly introduced bill that would provide earned sick days to workers in the state.
Northern Colorado Pastor Sues Governor Over In-Person Worship LimitsThe pastor of a small church in Northern Colorado has sued Gov. Jared Polis in an effort to welcome more people in to his building.
Colorado State Legislature Back To Work, But It's Not Business As UsualThe state legislature returned to work on Tuesday with a "safety first" motto.
Protesters Dressed As Grim Reaper Warn Against Reopening Businesses, Ending Protection From EvictionProtesters held signs that read "Evict everyone now" and "Protect our jobs."
Coloradans Called To Help Serve In June 30 PrimarySince older poll workers are at a higher risk of COVID-19, the state is launching an election judge recruitment effort to ensure there are enough for the upcoming statewide elections to run smoothly.
Mail-In Balloting Being Considered Across The Nation, But Colorado Already Has It Figured OutAs mail-in balloting spreads out across the country, there is understandable concern over possible voter and election fraud.
Pres. Trump Orders Churches, Houses Of Worship Open While Most In Colorado Already ArePres. Donald Trump says churches and other houses of worship are essential and ordered them open. Gov. Jared Polis' office responded.
Judge Hears Arguments In Lawsuit Against Gov. Jared Polis For Suspending Election LawA Denver District Court judge is deciding whether Gov. Jared Polis exceeded his authority when he suspended an election law.
Legislative Budget Committee Limits Cuts To EducationThe Legislative Budget Committee has a balanced budget after slashing about $3 billion in spending at the state Capitol on Thursday.
Taiwan Donates Another 10,000 N95 Face Masks To ColoradoTaiwan has donated another 10,000 N95 face masks to Colorado.
Colorado's Colleges And Universities Face Cuts Due To CoronavirusColorado’s colleges and universities are facing about a 5% reduction in state funding.