Pres. Trump Says He Was Kidding About Colorado WallGov. Jared Polis confirmed that no wall is being built in Colorado.
Coloradans Keeps Eye On Brexit For Potential ImpactLocal businesses are watching Brexit and the potential ramifications the decision could have here in Colorado
Shield Act Bill Heads To SenateA Colorado congressman is leading an effort to secure elections from foreign interference.
POTUS' Comments On 'Wall In Colorado' Draws ResponsePresident Donald Trump said, "We're building a wall in Colorado" when talking about border wall progress on Wednesday afternoon.
CSU Hosts Donald Trump Jr.Donald Trump Jr. appeared in Fort Collins on Tuesday evening.
All Eyes On Controversial Denver School Board RaceThis election potentially has statewide ramifications.
Report Looks Into Possible Health Impacts Of Living Near Oil & Gas Sites, Brings Up QuestionsThe health department will now do real-time monitoring.
Voters Who Are Blind, Vision Challenged Can Vote In SecretFor the first time, voters who are blind can vote from home in Colorado.
Adams County Apologizing After Error Appears On BallotsThousands in Aurora received the ballots with an error in the at-large city council contest.
Senator Cory Gardner Introduces Bill To Combat Smart Device TrackingWhile no one wants to think their thermostat is spying on them, companies aren't required to tell you if there is a recording device.
Crisanta Duran Drops Out Of Race For CongressRep. Diane DeGette is a Democrat who represents Colorado's 1st Congressional District.
Cory Gardner Questioned About Impeachment InquiryThe hesitance of Gardner and another senators, who are both up for reelection next year, contrasted with the stances of two Republicans not facing the voters anytime soon.
Denver Debates Minimum Wage Idea As Craig Hospital Increases PayThe city of Denver wants to raise the minimum wage, but are first asking people in the community how they feel about it.
Talks Of Removing Sidewalks From 16th Street Mall Worry Blind ColoradansDenver city planners are meeting with blind Coloradans who say the changes to the 16th Street Mall will put their safety at risk.
Michael Bennet Pledges To Stay In 2020 Race Until At Least New HampshireSen. Michael Bennet raised $2.1 million in the third quarter of 2019, his campaign tells CNN.
Denver Elections Division Installs 5 New 24-Hour Ballot Drop BoxesThe new ballot drop boxes are designed to encourage ease of voting in all neighborhoods.
Colorado Woman Opposes Cap On RefugeesShe is a refugee herself who came to America from Vietnam.
Denver Raises Age To Buy Tobacco, Nicotine Products To 21The city of Denver voted to raise the age to buy tobacco to 21.
Age To Buy Tobacco, Nicotine Products Changed To 21 In DenverThe city of Denver voted to raise the age to buy tobacco to 21.
The Oil & Gas Industry Overhaul Puts Health And Safety FirstThat means operators must spend more money on mitigation.
Professor Ken Osgood At Colorado School Of Mines Shares Insight Into White House's Declassified TranscriptProfessor Ken Osgood has read thousands of declassified documents and hundreds of presidential conversation transcripts.
Lawmakers Representing Colorado React To Impeachment InquiryRep. Jason Crow says Congress needs to pull out all of the stops to get at the truth after a whistleblower alleged President Donald Trump withheld foreign aid to coerce an investigation of a political rival.
Government In The Grocery: Congressman Perlmutter Talks With ShoppersFor 12 years, Congressman Ed Perlmutter met one-on-one with constituents in grocery stores.
Colorado 17 Years Olds Register To Vote On National Voter Registration DayFor the first time in Colorado history, some 17 year olds will be allowed to vote in the presidential primary election on Super Tuesday in March 2020.