- Michigan's school violence tip line coming in 2014 Updated: Dec-17-13 6:33 pm
- Arvada councilwoman becomes Colo. state senator Updated: Dec-13-13 2:32 pm
- Exeter recall backers may try again if vote fails Updated: Dec-12-13 9:59 pm
- Colorado Editorial Roundup Updated: Dec-10-13 11:32 am
- School broadband provider reports to lawmakers Updated: Dec-09-13 7:49 pm
- Governor says secession vote strengthened state Updated: Dec-03-13 3:23 pm
- Colorado lawmaker resigns to avoid recall Updated: Nov-27-13 1:53 pm
LANSING, Michigan - Michigan will create a confidential tip line so students can alert authorities to threats of school violence and suicide, modeling the new OK-2-SAY law on a program developed by Colorado after the 1999 Columbine shootings.
DENVER - A former Arvada city councilwoman has been sworn in to replace a Colorado state Democratic senator who resigned to avoid a potential recall election driven by gun rights advocates.
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - Exeter voters will soon decide whether to remove four town council members over a proposed tweak to the way gun permits are issued - though the outcome may not resolve the debate.
A sampling of recent editorials from Colorado newspapers:
DENVER - An entity charged with connecting Colorado schools to broadband told lawmakers it hopes to have more than 80 percent of districts covered by the end of 2014 as federal grant funding is running out.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado - Votes in 11 rural counties on whether to secede from Colorado sparked debates that ultimately will strengthen the state, Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper told local government officials Tuesday.
DENVER - A third Democratic Colorado state senator facing possible recall after voting for gun-control measures said Wednesday she will resign to avoid a recall election.