Colorado Lawmaker Leslie Herod Joins Tip-A-Server ChallengeState Rep. Leslie Herod is joining the Tip-A-Server Challenge to help those who are struggling during the coronavirus Level Red restrictions.
NAACP Working To Create Opportunities As Challenges For African-Americans In Colorado Grow During PandemicThe NAACP held a virtual meeting to talk about creating opportunities and jobs for Colorado's African American community.
Rep. Leslie Herod Weighs In On Kamala Harris Making HistoryAs Vice President Elect Kamala Harris is representing a new face of political power, a Colorado lawmaker who’s also broken barriers is proudly speaking out.
Black Lives Matter Protests Drive Turnout Among African American, Young VotersAfrican Americans one of the voting blocks that turned out in record numbers. They broke overwhelmingly for Joe Biden and will be a deciding factor in the states still counting.
Tuesday Knee-On-Neck Arrest Of Timothy Montana Had Similarities To George Floyd, Denver Protesters SayDenver police will look at what happened in a confrontation between officers and a homeless advocate at 22nd Street and Stout Street on Tuesday.
State Lawmakers Introduce Bill To Make Sweeping Changes To Policing After 6 Days Of ProtestsSome state lawmakers say they hear the demands of Black Lives Matter demonstrators and are taking action.
Police Shooting Of De'Von Bailey In Colorado Springs Could Prompt Changes StatewideA Colorado lawmaker says she will introduce legislation changing how all deadly force cases involving police are investigated.
Recovering Addict Says Felony Drug Charge Bill Would Help, Not HurtA plan to drop drug charges from a felony to a misdemeanor is moving through the Colorado Legislature.
State Lawmakers: Criminal History Box On Applications Needs To GoState lawmakers are taking up a bill that would ban criminal history questions on job applications.
Most Diverse State Legislature In History Begins 2019 SessionState lawmakers are back to work in the most diverse legislature in state history. There are more LGBTQ lawmakers, more Latino lawmakers and - in the House of Representatives - more women lawmakers than men.
Mom Begs For Bullying To Stop After Losing 9-Year-Old SonLeia Pierce said she didn't know her son was being bullied until it was too late.
Community Seeks Tax Hike In Denver For Mental Health And Opioid CrisisThe mental health community is seeking support for a ballot issue to bring more mental health and substance abuse services to Denver.
Group Petitions For Sales Tax Increase To Solve City ProblemsThere's a new approach to solving many of Denver's biggest problems with one shot, but it could be up to voters to make it happen.
Bill To Notify Victim's Of Prisoner Transfers Heads To HouseState Republicans and Democrats have come together to prevent the secret transfer of prisoners out of Colorado.
State Senators Push For 'Harm Reduction Facility' BillState Representatives Leslie Herod and Brittany Pattersen, both Democrats, are pushing ahead with legislation that would allow for a supervised heroin use facility.