Finally: Politics Without Tribalism In 'Both Sides of the Story'The semi-finalists in the Colorado Public Television program, “Both Sides of the Story” are also the top two debaters in Colorado, picked to do battle on the airwaves.
It's Time to Break Down The Homeless Problem In DenverThere's been a lot of news about homelessness in Denver lately, but it's time we break down the problem by breaking down the different groups that need our help.
Gubernatorial Candidates Advise Caution On Legalized PotRecreational pot has played only a small role in the Colorado governor's race.
Spicy, Meaty and Hearty: The CD6 DebateCBS4 and CPT-12 hosted a debate featuring the candidates running in the Sixth Congressional District, one of the most hotly contested races in the nation, and it was everything we should expect from candidates running for election.
GOP Begins Work To Try To Reclaim Colorado SenateRepublicans hoping to topple Democrats' one-seat majority in the Colorado Senate will take a first step next Tuesday when they pick their candidates in two key legislative races in the Denver suburbs.
Sen. Bennet Explains Why He Voted Against Fiscal Cliff DealU.S. Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado was one of just three Democrats to go against his party and vote against the fiscal cliff deal in the Senate.
Unemployment Numbers Could Affect Voters In ColoradoNew numbers out show Colorado's unemployment rate ticked down last month. New job growth came in the education and health care fields.
Adams County Commissioner Candidate Lies, Misleads In InterviewCharles Tedesco, a candidate for Adams County Commissioner, admits he lied about his criminal record and tried to mislead during an on-camera interview with CBS4 earlier this month.
Colorado Analysts Break Down Romney's Acceptance SpeechSome are calling Mitt Romney's acceptance speech the best of his political career. Now he's hoping the address will give him a boost in the polls.
Denver's Mayor Races Are A 'Whole Different Breed'In 4 weeks voting begins in Denver's mayoral race. Ten people are on the ballot and three candidates now have ads on television. But for many voters this remains a sleepy race.