- I-25 procession for Colorado cadet killed in chase crash Updated: May-29-15 1:23 pm
BOULDER, Colorado - Members of law enforcement from around the state are honoring a Colorado State Patrol cadet hit and killed by a driver allegedly fleeing a traffic stop.
- Colorado State Patrol cadet killed, trooper injured in chase Updated: May-23-15 6:11 pm
LONGMONT, Colorado - A Colorado State Patrol cadet was killed and a trooper critically injured after they were hit while trying to stop a fleeing car near Longmont.
- CDOT warns of wildlife accidents as deer, elk migrate Updated: May-20-15 5:55 am
DURANGO, Colorado - The Colorado Department of Transportation is urging caution to drivers as deer and elk migrate to summer habitats across roads and highways.
- Hickenlooper rejects GOP call to ignore EPA coal rules Updated: May-19-15 3:35 pm
DENVER - Gov. John Hickenlooper rejected Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's call for states to defy new federal pollution controls on coal-burning power plants, saying Colorado has a long history of protecting its environment - despite its heavy reliance on coal.
- Colorado governor signs rules that limit medical pot growers Updated: May-18-15 7:17 pm
DENVER - Colorado's governor signed into law a crackdown on medical marijuana Monday, one of two measures designed to ferret out people improperly using and selling untaxed marijuana.
- CDOT employee killed in multi-vehicle crash near Monarch Updated: May-16-15 12:17 am
MONARCH, Colorado - Authorities say a state transportation employee was killed in a multi-vehicle crash near the base of Monarch Pass.
- Colorado takes steps to protect greater sage grouse Updated: May-15-15 7:30 pm
DENVER - Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper on Friday ordered state agencies to take steps to protect the shrinking population of greater sage grouse in hopes of avoiding a listing under the federal Endangered Species Act, which would trigger tougher conservation rules.
- AG Stenehjem bans Colorado contractor from working in state Updated: May-15-15 5:54 pm
BISMARCK, North Dakota - Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem has issued a cease and desist order banning a Colorado contractor from doing business in North Dakota.
- Colorado study of snow-tire rules signed into law Updated: May-13-15 4:58 pm
DENVER - After an especially bad day of traffic congestion on Colorado's mountainous stretch of Interstate 70 last year, state transportation officials issued a scathing reminder to drivers of the need to have properly equipped tires for snowy conditions.
- With budget surpluses, Colorado lawmakers debate refunds Updated: May-11-15 5:32 pm
DENVER - After years of deficits, Colorado has finally reached the era of budget surpluses.
- Study of Colorado black bear population signed into law Updated: May-08-15 10:16 pm
DENVER - State wildlife officials will study Colorado's black bear population and how to reduce conflicts with humans under a bill that has been signed into law.
- Bill allowing medical pot use while on probation becomes law Updated: May-08-15 10:01 pm
DENVER - Legislation allowing medical marijuana use by people on probation or parole in Colorado has been signed into law by Gov. John Hickenlooper.
- Bills seek more oversight on Colorado law enforcement Updated: May-08-15 3:14 pm
DENVER - Colorado legislators passed a half-dozen bills this session increasing oversight on law enforcement, including encouraging the use of officer-worn body cameras, revamping training and strengthening the public's right to record police activity.
- 2015 recap: Partisan divides slowed Colorado Legislature Updated: May-07-15 6:28 pm
DENVER - The Colorado legislative session that concluded this week was among the most sharply partisan in recent memory - even for a state where political division is the order of the day.
- Colorado lawmakers conclude work with testing compromise Updated: May-06-15 10:33 pm
DENVER - Colorado lawmakers concluded the 2015 legislative session Wednesday by passing a major education overhaul that reduces student testing statewide, one of several substantial bills they finished hours before they adjourned.
- The Latest: Major developments on final legislative day Updated: May-06-15 10:16 pm
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- Independence Pass could open early, officials say Updated: May-06-15 5:04 am
ASPEN, Colorado - Independence Pass, the highest paved pass in Colorado, may open early as the Colorado Department of Transportation works to clear snow from the roads.
- Colorado measure to allow rooftop rain barrels fails Updated: May-06-15 12:34 am
DENVER - Colorado's only-in-the-nation ban on backyard rain barrels is sticking around for another year.
- Colorado effort to limit drone surveillance fails Updated: May-05-15 9:19 pm
DENVER - Colorado lawmakers have given up their efforts to put new limits on drone surveillance.
- Colorado House advances pay raises for state officials Updated: May-05-15 9:02 pm
DENVER - Colorado lawmakers, the governor, and other state officeholders are one vote closer to getting pay raises after the House advanced a bill for salary increases.
- Colorado lawmakers look to study school violence Updated: May-05-15 4:29 pm
DENVER - School violence and mental health would be the subject of a study for possible legislation in Colorado with a proposal that's close to reaching the governor's desk.
- Dispute over felons in pot industry flares at Statehouse Updated: May-05-15 1:43 pm
DENVER - A dispute over felons in the marijuana business has complicated a much larger bill to renew medical marijuana regulations in the closing days of Colorado's legislative session.
- Felony DUI bill advances in Colorado Senate Updated: May-05-15 1:34 pm
DENVER - Habitual drunken drivers would face felony charges in Colorado with a measure given initial approval in the state Senate.
- Craig man arrested in suspected DUI crash that killed dad Updated: May-05-15 12:16 pm
CRAIG, Colorado - A 20-year-old Craig man is facing a vehicular homicide charge after his father was thrown from his car in a suspected DUI crash.
- Colorado lawmakers agree to limit odd proxy marriages Updated: May-04-15 8:40 pm
DENVER - Colorado lawmakers have agreed to limit the state's unique rules for proxy marriages in which couples are wed with only one of the people present.