Updated: 04/02/2005 - A convicted murderer will soon hear his fate.
Updated: 04/02/2005 - Two bills on cost cutting measures for prescription drugs are getting the thumbs up by a state senate committee.
Updated: 04/02/2005 - Pay as you go or pay much more later.
Updated: 04/02/2005 - Thousand fill St. Peter's Square to pray and honor Pope John Paul II.
Updated: 04/01/2005 - Previously secret testimony in a military court hearing indicates an Iraqi general imprisoned by U.S. forces was severely beaten two days before he died during an interrogation.
Updated: 04/01/2005 - Xcel Energy says Colorado customers should see a small dip in their electric bills this year.
Updated: 04/01/2005 - A Colorado Bar Association committee will meet this month to discuss whether the state needs new legislation to avoid Terri Schiavo's experience.
Updated: 04/01/2005 - Two women who say they were raped by University of Colorado football players or recruits plan to appeal a judge's dismissal of their lawsuit against the school.
Updated: 03/31/2005 - A federal judge has dismissed a pair of lawsuits filed against the University of Colorado by two women who say they were raped by football players or recruits in 2001.
Updated: 03/31/2005 - A Fort Carson soldier charged with murder in the interrogation death of an Iraqi general says he's not a murderer -- but waived his right to an Article 32 hearing.
Updated: 03/31/2005 - The number of personal bankruptcies in Colorado climbed slightly in March compared to a year ago.
Updated: 03/31/2005 - The chairman of the Colorado Springs-based ministry Focus on the Family says he grieves for the family of Terri Schiavo (SHY'-voh) -- and fears for the future of the country.
Updated: 03/31/2005 - Terri Schiavo, the severely brain-damaged woman who spent 15 years connected to a feeding tube in an epic legal and medical battle that went all the way to the White House and Congress, died Thursday, 13 days after the tube was removed. She was 41.
Updated: 03/30/2005 - A measure designed to give landowners more say about oil and gas drilling on their property has died in a state House committee.
Updated: 03/30/2005 - Colorado lawmakers are considering joining other states in a drug-buying pool to negotiate better prices on prescription drugs for Medicaid patients.
Updated: 03/30/2005 - Cadets at the U.S. Air Force Academy have started formal religious sensitivity training.
Updated: 03/30/2005 - After two weeks of rumored hit lists and possible school shootings, police decided to patrol Woodland Park High School to ease the minds of students.
Updated: 03/30/2005 - A military hearing has resumed for 3 Fort Carson soldiers accused in the suffocation death of an Iraqi military official.
Updated: 03/29/2005 - A state senator from Denver is moving ahead with a proposal to ban smoking in bars and restaurants across Colorado despite some opposition at the state Capitol.
Updated: 03/29/2005 - Governor Bill Owens could face a tough choice when he decides whether to sign a bill that would force hospitals to tell rape victims about emergency contraception.
Updated: 03/29/2005 - Army commanders have rejected the recommendation of military investigators and decided NOT to charge eleven soldiers in the death of an Iraqi military official.
Updated: 03/29/2005 - It's a major victory for energy companies doing business in Colorado.
Updated: 03/29/2005 - Man arrested for allegedly soliciting sex from children on the internet...