Trump Says Some Lawmakers Are Too Afraid Of NRA To Change Gun LawsPresident Trump rejected both his party's incremental approach and its strategy that has stalled action on gun legislation.
Pension's Investment In Gun Companies Concerns Former State EmployeeColorado's public employee pension fund invests more than $1 million in companies that make firearms used in the country’s worst mass shootings. One former public employee says that should change.
Kentucky Governor Says Shootings Are A "Cultural Problem"Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin called on Americans Friday to "wake up."
Colorado Group Helps Tragedy Survivors 'Know They're Not Alone'After another tragic mass casualty event at a school, a Colorado group is hoping to step up and help survivors with anything they might need.
Colorado GOP Senate Hopefuls: Orlando Not About Gun ControlColorado's Republican U.S. Senate contenders reacted cautiously Monday as the Orlando nightclub shooter's motives were being investigated, but they agreed that the debate over policy should be about defeating radical Islam and its recruiting efforts, not about domestic gun control.
FBI Releases Report Examining Mass ShootingsThe number of shootings in which a gunman wounds or kills multiple people has increased dramatically in recent years
GOP Tries To Repeal Colorado's New Gun Control LawsRepublicans making a case to repeal Colorado gun background checks on private and online sales say the new requirements burden law-abiding citizens.
With Mass Shootings On The Rise, Experts Urge People To Be More ActiveNothing captivates people's attention like a mass shooting, and in Colorado long-term residents know all too well the sorrow and devastation caused by a mass shooter.
Colorado Sheriffs Speak Out Against Major Gun Law ChangesThe debate over gun control has many sheriffs in Colorado urging state lawmakers to hold off on any major changes.
Fewer Gun Buyers Seen In Colorado, Connecticut Following Mass ShootingsPeople who lived in the two states that saw the most deadly U.S. mass shootings in 2012 were less enthusiastic about buying new guns at the end of the year than those in most other states.
Prevention Of Shootings A Very Difficult MatterThe Connecticut shooting is thrusting mental health into the spotlight, and that prompted CBS4's Alan Gionet to ask the Good Question: "Is there a common thread among the killers?"