Parole Board Director Being ReplacedThe Chairman of the State Board of Parole is being replaced in that role and will be taking a $6,000 per year pay cut, but the move is apparently not related to issues with Evan Ebel or a number of other parole board decisions that have been highlighted in CBS4's "Justice Failed" reports.
Shaffer, Morales Named To State Board Of ParoleGov. John Hickenlooper has appointed former Colorado Senate President Brandon Shaffer to the State Board of Parole, along with former Colorado Department of Public Safety Executive Director Joe Morales.
Gardner Wins Re-Election In Colorado's 4th DistrictRepublican Rep. Cory Gardner has defeated a former colleague in the state Legislature to win a second term in Congress.
Parties Battle For Edge In Colorado U.S. HouseColorado's reputation as a battleground state is playing out in its congressional races, where Democrats hope to capitalize on restricting to regain the edge now held by Republicans.
Gardner Seeking 2nd Term In Colorado's 4th DistrictRepublican Rep. Cory Gardner is hoping to head off a former colleague in the state Legislature to win a second term in Congress.
CBS4 To Air Debates Between Congressional CandidatesCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd and Colorado Public Television analyst Eric Sondermann were the moderators for a series of taped debates between Congressional candidates.
Coors, Perlmutter Spar During DebateThe economy and the federal debt dominated a debate by Colorado congressional candidates Monday, with both parties showing little movement from familiar talking points in the past month before the election.
Congressional Candidates To Debate In WestminsterIt's October in an election year - that means political debates are heating up.
AP Fact Check: Joe Miklosi's Pay Cut Claim IncompleteA Democrat seeking to unseat a Republican congressman routinely tells voters that he cut his own pay in the state Legislature to set an example about fiscal discipline.
Democrat Tries To Defy Odds In Colorado Congress RaceA Democrat who's trying to unseat a Republican congressman in a newly drawn district knows the odds are against him.
Colorado Lawmakers Hobble To End Of Special SessionIt's another session ending for Colorado lawmakers, and they finish Wednesday with little to show for returning to work.
Back-To-School Tax Break Bill DefeatedA proposed tax break on back-to-school shopping on clothes, computers and school supplies has been defeated in the closing days of the Colorado Legislature.
Big Day For Colorado Democrats & RepublicansIt was a big weekend for Colorado Democrats and Republicans as they gear up for the November elections.
Buy American: CO Debates Bidding PreferencesIt may be patriotic to buy American, but Colorado lawmakers are divided on whether legislation should give a boost to construction companies that do it.
Bill Tying Lawmaker Pay To Budget Passes 1st VoteA bill to suspend Colorado lawmakers' pay and benefits if they don't pass a state budget on time got its first approval Wednesday despite unease from lawmakers who questioned the necessity of the legislation.