IRS scandal: Colorado group awaits tax-exempt status
A Colorado conservative group believed to be targeted by the Internal Revenue Service is operating without any tax-exempt status and spent more than $1 million last year against Democrats, public records show. The Citizen Awareness Project is chaired by Charlie Smith.
Denver council on June 10 won't have a quorum, will cancel meeting
For the first time that anyone can remember, the Denver City Council on June 10 won't complete its weekly meeting because too few council members will be present.
Colorado sheriffs file federal lawsuit challenging gun bills
Fifty-four Colorado sheriffs have filed a federal civil rights lawsuit over two of the gun bills passed during this year's state legislative session.
Fear, rational or not, leads to record-breaking gun sales in Colorado
Firearm sales in Colorado continued to soar while lawmakers passed a significant gun-control package this legislative session.
Udall to Forest Service: Override tanker protest
CHEYENNE, Wyo.—Sen. Mark Udall of Colorado called on the U.S. Forest Service on Friday to make certain that a contract dispute doesn't ground large air tankers used to fight wildfires as warmer, drier weather boosts the risk of destructive blazes.