Hickenlooper Appoints Interim Higher Education DirectorDiane Duffy, the chief operating officer at the Colorado Department of Higher Education, has become the department's interim executive director.
Colorado's New Lieutenant Governor Takes Oath Of OfficeA new Colorado lieutenant governor who took the oath of office Thursday says that efficiency will be her top job.
Health Care Executive Donna Lynne Confirmed As Lieutenant GovernorHealth care executive Donna Lynne has been confirmed to be Colorado's next lieutenant governor.
Proposed Colorado Lieutenant Governor Clears 1st HurdleThe nominee for Colorado's next lieutenant governor sailed through her first legislative test Wednesday, when Democratic health care executive Donna Lynne won bipartisan support in her first confirmation hearing.
Gov. Hickenlooper Picks Kaiser Executive Donna Lynne As No. 2Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper on Wednesday presented Donna Lynne, a top Kaiser Health executive and longtime supporter of the governor, to be what he called his "chief operating officer" as the next lieutenant governor.
Colorado Governor To Announce New Lieutenant PickColorado's governor is announcing his new choice for lieutenant governor.
Lt. Gov. Garcia Leaving Governor's OfficeColorado's lieutenant governor announced Tuesday he is leaving his post to run a higher education commission in the West.
Latino Leaders Plan Protests Outside Of GOP Debate In BoulderThousands of leaders in the Latino community have planned a protest on the University of Colorado campus in Boulder to coincide with next week's Republican presidential debate there.
Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia Behind New Push To Change Native American MascotsThere's a new push to change Native American mascots in Colorado schools.
McDonald's Gives Free Breakfast To K-8 Students In ColoradoMcDonald's helped kids get off to a healthy start on Wednesday by giving them free breakfast before school.
Back To School: DPS Is Fastest Growing Big City District In The CountryIt's back to school for students at Denver Public Schools and CBS4's Rahel Solomon visited Bryant-Webster Dual Language School Monday morning to see what the morning was like.
Thousands Trade In Keys For Pedals On Bike To Work DayThousands of commuters in the Denver metro area traded in their car keys for bike pedals on Wednesday for Bike to Work Day.
Check Out All Of The Incentives To Participate In 'Bike To Work Day'Wednesday is Bike to Work Day and dozens of incentives are being offered to get commuters pedaling to and from work.
2015 'One Book 4 Colorado' Kicks Off With New BookThe state announced its pick for the One Book 4 Colorado campaign on Monday.
Colorado Honors MLK With Huge Turnout In DenverTens of thousands of people walked through Denver on Monday to honor Martin Luther King Jr. in one of the biggest turnouts in years for the city's annual march and parade.