‘We Need To Do Better’: Vietnam Refugee In Colorado, Nga Vuong Sandoval, Opposes Cap On RefugeesA Coloradan and former refugee calls President Donald Trump's plan to impose a record low cap on refugee admissions "inhumane."
Buyer Beware: CBD Products Get A Test At Mile High LabsCBD does not get you high, but advocates say it can help with anything from muscle aches to anxiety. It's forecast to become a $22 billion industry by 2024.
Brandi Rhodes On AEW Dynamite Debut: 'Night Will Live In History'As AEW Dynamite drew near, executive and wrestler Brandi Rhodes talked about expectations, battling WWE, and crafting a unique roster.
Michael Bennet Pledges To Stay In 2020 Race Until At Least New HampshireSen. Michael Bennet raised $2.1 million in the third quarter of 2019, a sum that will likely make him one of the lowest-fundraising Democrats in the 2020 presidential field.
Colorado Pot Businesses Welcome Banking Bill Approval In HouseThe marijuana industry in Colorado is calling the passage of a bill by the House of Representatives, "a magic moment" in their bid to be allowed to use banks. Right now the pot business is run on cash because pot remains illegal under federal law.
Colorado School Of Mines Historian Calls White House's Declassified Transcript 'Earth-Shattering'Professor Ken Osgood has read thousands of declassified documents and hundreds of presidential conversation transcripts.
Colorado Lawmakers Sound Off On Formal Impeachment Inquiry Of President Donald TrumpColorado lawmakers are playing a role in the formal impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump.
BLM Signs Lease Ahead Of Headquarters Relocation To ColoradoThe Bureau of Land Management has signed a lease agreement in Colorado to solidify relocation of its headquarters from the District of Columbia.
Colorado Joins California In Lawsuit Over Emission StandardsColorado is one of at least 23 states now involved in a new lawsuit against the Trump Administration.
PSA Shows Students Using School Supplies As Survival Tools During ShootingThe ad mimics a typical back to school commercial, but it has a dark twist.
Colorado 1st In Nation To Remove QR Codes From BallotsSecretary of State Jena Griswold says Colorado will remove “QR codes” from ballots. Colorado is the first state in the nation to do so in what’s being called a move to protect the integrity of elections.
Cheerleading Squad On Probation After Trump 2020 Banner Displayed Before GameA North Carolina cheerleading team was placed on probation Monday after posing for a picture in front of a Trump 2020 re-election banner at a football game.
Assisted Suicide: Centura Wants Clarity On Colorado's LawA Christian-affiliated health system in a court fight over Colorado's assisted suicide law says the state can't stop religious organization from disciplining employees who encourage the option in violation of its beliefs.
'Public Health Travesty': Centennial Vapor Worried About Potential Ban On Flavored E-CigarettesWhen Mark Branson’s phone beeped with a news alert Wednesday morning, he didn’t expect it would hit him so hard.
Banning Flavored E-Cigarettes: Diana DeGette Sides With TrumpU.S. Rep. Diana DeGette (D-CO) said she agrees with President Trump on his proposal to ban favored e-cigarettes.