Denver DA Dismissing Cases Against 33 State Capitol ProtestersDenver's District Attorney Beth McCann will dismiss the cases against 33 climate change protesters.
Access To 2 Types Of Life-Saving Drugs Could Become Much Easier In ColoradoThe bill would allow pharmacists to distribute drugs that could help eliminate the spread of HIV/AIDS without a prescription.
Colorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette Demands Answers From Vaping Company CEOsAs cases of health complications from vaping continue to rise, Colorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette is demanding answers from the CEOs of the top five vaping companies.
Bill To Create Grant Program To Help Homeless Youth Passes 1st Reading In State HouseA new bill would help create a grant program designated to support those youth experiencing homeless in Colorado.
Weekly Reality Check: Impeachment Trial To Help Or Hurt Cory Gardner's Chances?CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd interviews Democratic analyst Mike Dino and Republican analyst Dick Wadhams.
Teacher Shortage Impacts Colorado, High Cost Of Living CitedThe high cost of living in Colorado is contributing to another issue: a teacher shortage in some school districts. The state has an estimated 3,000 unfilled teacher positions.
Impeachment Trial: Michael Bennet Takes Interruption From Campaigning In StrideThe four Democratic senators seeking the White House want to be out there campaigning, but they’re pulled off the presidential campaign trail and into the Senate to serve as jurors in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
Colorado County Clerks Train To Protect 'Bedrock Of Our Democracy'For the first time in two decades, one of three elections of the year in Colorado will be a presidential primary.
Rep. Diana DeGette Plans To Create National Clean Energy StandardRep. Diana DeGette is introducing a bill that would require all utilities to cut carbon emissions in half by 2030 and to net-zero by 2050.
Congresswoman DeGette To Bring In Experts Amid Coronavirus OutbreakColorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette is taking action to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Colorado Lawmakers Discuss Splitting Up 18th Judicial DistrictLawmakers at the state Capitol discussed splitting up the 18th Judicial District. Right now, the district includes Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert, and Lincoln Counties.
Important Dates In Colorado's 2020 Election CycleSee a list of important dates in Colorado's election cycle in 2020.
See Who Will Be On The Ballot In Colorado's First Presidential Primary In 20 YearsThe field of candidates who will be on Colorado's first presidential primary in 20 years has been largely established.
College Students Testify About Importance Of Colorado Opportunity Scholarship InitiativeStudents from around Colorado traveled to the state Capitol on Wednesday to talk about affordable college. The Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative, also known as COSI, helps students who may not be able to afford college.
Utah Bans Conversion Therapy For LGBTQ ChildrenUtah is the 19th state -- and one of the most conservative -- to prohibit the controversial practice.