Colorado's First Gentleman Opens Up About Stepping Into & Embracing New RoleColorado's first First Gentleman, Marlon Reis, admits being in the spotlight has been an adjustment.
State Lawmakers Pass Bill To Allow Kids To Operate Temporary Business Without LicenseState lawmakers passed a bill that is designed to help young entrepreneurs. The bill allows them to operate a temporary business, like a lemonade stand, without a license.
Death Penalty Bill Draws Criticism From Shooting Victims & District AttorneysThe survivor of what's known as the Chuck 'E' Cheese massacre pleaded with lawmakers not to do away with the death penalty.
Democrats Push Bill To Repeal The Death Penalty In ColoradoDemocrats who control Colorado's Legislature are rushing to act on a bill to repeal the state's little-used death penalty.
Colorado Lawmakers Start On Contentious Oil And Gas OverhaulColorado's Democratic-controlled Legislature is scheduled to take the first step toward a major overhaul of state oil and gas regulations, despite objections from Republicans and industry representatives.
Hearings For Full-Day Kindergarten Begin In The Next Few DaysThe governor's office is working to get full day kindergarten in Colorado.
Colorado Democrats Unveil Plan For Major Change In Oil & Gas DrillingColorado Democratic lawmakers released a plan late Friday afternoon for a major overhaul of oil and gas regulations that would make human health and environmental protection the state's highest priority.
Colorado 'Red Flag' Gun Bill Passes 1st HearingA Colorado House committee has passed "red flag" legislation that would permit the temporary seizure of guns from people deemed by a court to pose a threat to themselves or others.