Colorado State Rep. Patrick Neville (R.), who attended Columbine High School during the tragic 1999 school shooting, has filed legislation to remove restrictions prohibiting concealed carry permit holders from being able to carry a firearm on public elementary, middle, junior high, and high school grounds.
A California bakery owner can refuse to make wedding cakes for same-sex couples, and forcing her to comply with their requests violates her rights to free speech and free exercise of religion, a judge ruled this week.
Former Colorado congressman Tom Tancredo is dropping out of the Colorado governor’s race, citing fundraising issues as the reason.
Democratic Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper said on Tuesday that the time for full immigration reform from Congress has come.
The Colorado Democratic Party announced via a press release Monday that it is changing the name of its annual dinner to the “Obama Dinner.”
The campaign arm of House Democrats on Monday launched a Spanish-language digital advertisement on Medicare that is meant to target vulnerable Republican lawmakers.
Durango, Colo. was once a picturesque mountain resort town. But the advent of marijuana legalization has reportedly transformed it into a haven for panhandling.
A bill in the general assembly setting new criteria for election watchers is starting a fierce debate in Colorado.
A collection of polls released Monday have Donald Trump with a slight lead over Hillary Clinton heading into the first presidential debate.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has cancelled or delayed major upcoming campaign events in Colorado, Nevada, and Oregon.