Property Rights Measure Amendment 74 Gets Voted DownAmendment 74 would have required property owners be compensated for any reduced property value caused by the state.
Colorado's New US Attorney Sworn Into OfficeColorado has a new top federal prosecutor.
Colorado Named 3rd Most Age-Friendly State In U.S.Colorado is the third most age-friendly state in the nation, at least according to AARP.
Community Prays For Cem Duzel, Colorado Springs Officer Wounded In ShootingResidents in Colorado Springs are praying for the officer who was seriously injured in a shooting.
White Nationalist Conference Canceled At Colorado ResortColorado Springs Mayor John Suthers says the cancellation of a white nationalist group's conference was not a city decision, but he applauded the move.
Gardner Recommends Colorado's Suthers To Head FBISenator Cory Gardner is recommending Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers to be the new FBI director.
Ordinance Limits Where Panhandlers Can StandThe Colorado Springs City Council passed an ordinance that limits where panhandlers can stand.
CDOT Hopes To Start I-25 Widening Project In 2 YearsColorado officials hope to start widening a congested stretch of Interstate 25 between Monument and Castle Rock in 2019.
Attorney General, Mayor Honor Planned Parenthood Attack First RespondersThe first responders who put themselves in harms way during the November 2015 shooting at the Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs were honored on Tuesday morning.
Report: Planned Parenthood Shooting Suspect Asked For Directions To ClinicThe man accused of killing three people at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado asked at least one person in a nearby shopping center for directions to the facility before opening fire, a law enforcement official said.
Planned Parenthood Victim Remembered At FuneralFriends and family gathered in Colorado Springs on Saturday to remember Jennifer Markovsky, one of the three victims killed in the Planned Parenthood attack on Nov. 27.