Federal appeals court rules Colorado TABOR lawsuit can move forward
A federal appeals court on Friday said it would allow a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Colorado's Taxpayer's Bill of Rights to go forward.
As wildfire season nears, proposal to fund Colorado fleet stalled
A year ago this month, the Galena fire ignited in the foothills west of Fort Collins, beginning what would be one of the longest and most destructive wildfire seasons in Colorado history.
Colorado lawmaker wants to require a hands-free device for cell use in cars
A Colorado lawmaker who has received complaints from constituents about drivers distracted by their cellphones is proposing banning their use in cars unless people use a hands-free device.
Gessler, Gardner win unofficial straw polls at GOP precinct caucuses
Secretary of State Scott Gessler won an informal straw poll for governor during Tuesday's GOP precinct caucuses, while former Congressman Bob Beauprez came in second although he entered the race only the day before.
Hickenlooper staffer disciplined after caught campaigning at work
A staffer for Gov. John Hickenlooper has been disciplined after he conducted campaign business at work, prompting a stern warning to all state employees from Chief of Staff Roxane White.