One Colorado Celebrates 'Really Historic Day' & Supreme Court RulingThe LGBTQ community in Denver is celebrating after Monday’s Supreme Court ruling that a landmark civil rights law protects gay, lesbian and transgender people from discrimination in employment.
LGBTQ Supporters In Colorado Rally for Stronger Protections Ahead Of Supreme Court HearingsThe U.S. Supreme Court will hear three cases Tuesday to determine whether LGBTQ workers are included under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.
LGBTQ Health Awareness Week Focuses On CommunicationThis week is LGBTQ Health Awareness Week, with a big focus on making sure everyone has access to the healthcare they need.
'One Colorado' Would Make Changing Birth Certificate Easier For Transgender PopulationState lawmakers continued discussions on a bill that would make it easier for transgender people to change their birth certificate to match their current gender.
Former Marine 'Concerned' By Trump Transgender Military AnnouncementIt was just last year that transgender people were allowed to serve in the U.S. military. Now the president has announced that is coming to an end.
Hundreds Gather To Remember Victims Of Orlando At VigilHundreds of people gathered on Sunday night to remember those killed in Orlando. They came together at Tracks nightclub on Walnut in Denver to show their support for the gay community as well as those shot and killed.
Colorado Leaders React To Orlando Massacre, Vigils PlannedThe massacre at an Orlando nightclub that claimed 50 lives early Sunday is the worst mass shooting in U.S. history and it has prompted Coloradans to show their support.
Organizers Going Ahead With Denver PrideFest Following Orlando MassacreOrganizers of Denver's PrideFest, which holds a parade and rally that has attracted hundreds of thousands of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in past years, are going ahead with their festival next weekend.
DPS In Line With Federal Guidelines On Transgender AccessSchool officials from around the Denver metro area said that districts were already in compliance with new federal guidance on transgender student access to public restrooms when the warning from the White House was issued.
Nonprofits Becoming More Comfortable Accepting Pot DonationsOne marijuana business hosts an annual golf tournament in Denver to raise money for multiple sclerosis research. Another Colorado pot company donates to a gay-rights advocacy group and is a sponsor of an AIDS walk.
This Time Rep. Gordon Klingenschmitt Targets The Boy Scouts Over Gay Leaders DecisionA Colorado lawmaker is not happy about the Boy Scouts lifting a ban on gay scout leaders and the criticism is getting national attention. CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd found that even members in his own party disagree with his remarks.
Expansion Of Religious Rights In Discrimination Cases FailsThe growing conflict between religious groups and gay-rights advocates over punishments in discrimination cases played out Monday in Colorado.
Chick-Fil-A To Expand In Colorado Despite ControversyThe mayor of San Francisco is the latest politician to say Chick-fil-A is not welcome to build there. The mayors of Boston and Chicago already blasted the restaurant chain after its president spoke out against gay marriage last week.
Colorado Lawmakers Plan To Debate Civil Unions Lawmakers in Colorado will most likely take up the issue of civil unions in this year's legislative session.
Valentine's Day Used To Renew Civil Unions FightDenver couples line up at the County Clerk's Office to get their marriage license and this Valentine's Day brings a renewed fight from gay and lesbian couples to bring civil unions to Colorado.