Former Arapahoe District Attorney DiesJim Peters, the Arapahoe County district attorney who put Chuck E. Cheese killer Nathan Dunlap on death row, died Wednesday following a seven-month battle with cancer.
Coloradan Nominated For Energy Regulatory Post WithdrawsPresident Barack Obama's nominee to be the nation's top energy regulator withdrew Tuesday, conceding he did not have enough support for confirmation.
Labor Measure Gets Governor's Signature In ColoradoA bill enhancing labor rights for professional firefighters in Colorado has been signed into law by Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper.
Colorado Mountain College Grants New DegreesThe Colorado Mountain College system has graduated its first class of bachelor's degree candidates.
Colorado Democrats Closer To Labor ShowdownColorado Democrats are closer to a possible showdown with the governor over a labor measure.
Bill Extends Unemployment Benefits To Locked Out WorkersUnions and businesses are going to battle at the state Capitol over a bill that would extend unemployment benefits to certain workers in labor disputes.
Colorado House Passes Firefighter Union BillA bill enhancing labor rights for professional firefighters in Colorado passed in the Democrat-led House. The vote inches the party closer to a face-off with Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper.
Divisive Colorado Labor Measure AdvancesA labor question that threatens to fracture Colorado Democrats moved closer to a possible collision Monday, when a Democratic House committee voted to move ahead with a measure to expand labor rights for firefighters.
Holmes Case Will Test New Judge's Patience, HumorThe new judge who was thrust into the death penalty case against Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes was relaxed and quick-witted during his first hours on the job.
Convicted Murderer Jailed Again On Probation ViolationGarry Izor, a convicted murderer, has been arrested and jailed again on a probation violation.
Labor Bill For Firefighters Prevails In SenateA proposal to allow Colorado firefighters to have collective bargaining even when local governments oppose it has been approved by the Democratic Senate.
Former House Speaker Romanoff To Run For Congress Former Colorado Speaker of the House Andrew Romanoff announced Saturday he will run for the 6th Congressional District seat in 2014.
Audit: Colorado Energy Office Plagued By MisspendingColorado's embattled energy development office is plagued by misspending, sloppy accounting and high turnover, according to a blistering state audit released Tuesday.
Firefighters Union Bill Passes Out Of Senate CommitteeA bill guaranteeing firefighters the right to form a union passed out of a Senate committee on Wednesday.
Democrats Flex Labor Muscles In Colorado LegislatureA labor question that could test Democratic solidarity in the Colorado Legislature has gone in favor of the unions - for now.