Mike Coffman Declares Victory In Aurora Mayor's RaceFormer Republican Congressman Mike Coffman declared victory in the Aurora mayoral race on Thursday.
Activists Call For Cities To Have More Control Over Styrofoam, Single-Use PlasticsOn Thursday, a group of local politicians and activists gathered at the state Capitol to call on Colorado lawmakers to do more when it comes to reducing styrofoam, single-use plastics.
Gov. Jared Polis Vows To Fight For DACA RecipientsGov. Jared Polis is vowing to fight for thousands of immigrants who live and work in Colorado as the U.S. Supreme Court considers a case that could end an Obama-era program allowing them to do so.
Metro State University Denver Students Watch History In The Making With Impeachment HearingsAcross the country, Americans watched the first public hearing in the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump. Joining them, students in Dr. Rob Preuhs' political science class at Metro State University in Denver.
Two Colorado Congressmen Will Play Key Role In Impeachment InquiryCongressman Joe Neguse, a Democrat, and Congressman Ken Buck, a Republican, sit on the Judiciary Committee.
Colorado Supreme Court Considers Gun Magazine LimitGun rights groups are urging the Colorado Supreme Court to follow guidance from the U.S. Supreme Court to throw out the state’s ban on gun magazines that hold more than 15 rounds.
Election Officials Continue to Verify Votes In Aurora Mayor's RaceElection officials continue to verify about 2,300 ballots in the race for Aurora mayor. Former Congressman Mike Coffman leads the NAACP chapter President Omar Montgomery by fewer than 300 votes.
Denver City Council Approves Mayor Michael Hancock's Budget For Next YearThe Denver City Council approved Mayor Michael Hancock's budget for next year. The $1.5 billion spending plan was given final approval on Tuesday night.
'We Have No Plan B': Marco Dorado, DACA Recipient From Colorado, Talks About FutureColorado-based DACA recipient Marco Dorado is in the nation's capital this week as the U.S. Supreme Court considers the program.
Ruling On Discrimination Case Against Denver Health Could Set New PrecedentThe state’s highest court is set to weigh-in on a year’s long discrimination case filed against Denver Health.
Initiative 76 Collects 200,000 Signatures To Ban Noncitizens From U.S. ElectionsLawmakers and organizers of Initiative 76 say they collected more than 200,000 signatures from across Colorado and turned in those petitions Tuesday to the Secretary of State’s office.
Metro State Students, Staff & Political Leaders Rally For DACAWhat happens in Washington, D.C. will have an impact across the country including Metro State University-Denver.
U.S. Supreme Court Begins Hearing DACA Oral ArgumentsThe U.S. Supreme Court begins hearing arguments on whether or not it is constitutional to do away with the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy Tuesday morning. DACA was created by President Barack Obama back in 2012.
MSU Student To Watch SCOTUS Hearing On DACA: 'I'm Very Worried'Thousands of Coloradans will be following closely as President Trump’s push to end the “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” program goes before the Supreme Court on Tuesday.
'Our Future Is In Their Hands': Colorado Dreamers To Rally In D.C. On TuesdaySome Coloradans are headed to the nation’s capital to rally outside of the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday.