Updated: 04/24/2005 - As the saying goes: You can't please all the people all the time.
Updated: 04/24/2005 - Senator Ken Salazar is accusing Focus on the Family supporters of trying to disrupt his wife's business in an attempt to intimidate him.
Updated: 04/24/2005 - No grace period for the new teen driver bill that was signed into law this week.
Posted: 04/23/2005 - Closed for business? House Republicans say they want to leave the session a week early.
Updated: 04/23/2005 - Colorado's unemployment level is up slightly to 5.1 percent.
Updated: 04/23/2005 - A man who impersonated a Secret Service agent could be in some hot water.
Updated: 04/23/2005 - A setback for employees of the nations second largest air carrier. United Airlines' attempts to drop its employee pension plans are one step closer to reality.
Updated: 04/23/2005 - If you're looking for education costs to come down for a change, don't hold your breath. Colorado State University may be looking at raising tuition costs.
Updated: 04/22/2005 - Colorado's unemployment rate inched up slightly in March, to 5.1%.
Updated: 04/22/2005 - A maximum-security federal prison known for housing the "worst of the worst" of the nation's criminals is looking into the apparent beating death of a 64-year-old inmate.
Updated: 04/22/2005 - A Senate committee will decide if the state has enough money to pay for a plan that would create a new framework for water negotiations all over Colorado.
Updated: 04/22/2005 - The top enlisted man of Fort Carson's Third Armored Cavalry Regiment was wounded in the attack that killed one of his soldiers last weekend.
Updated: 04/22/2005 - The fate of the scandal-plagued, bankrupt cable television company Adelphia Communications Corporation is one step closer to resolution.
Updated: 04/22/2005 - El Paso County Commissioner Doug Bruce is putting up a fight to save to save a downtown building.
Updated: 04/22/2005 - State lawmakers are considering placing some limits on private toll roads -- including the "Super Slab."
Updated: 04/22/2005 - The Secret Service is investigating whether a man who removed three people from a President Bush town hall event last month broke the law by impersonating one of its agents.
Updated: 04/22/2005 - A former El Paso County sheriff's deputy is among the six American contractors killed when insurgent missile fire downed a commercial helicopter outside of Baghdad, Iraq.
Updated: 04/20/2005 - President Bush signs the biggest rewrite of U-S bankruptcy law in a quarter-century, saying it'll restore fairness to a system that's been widely abused.
Updated: 04/20/2005 - A majority of students at Colorado's two largest university's who voted in favor of easing penalties for smoking pot won't be getting what they want.
Posted: 04/20/2005 - Incoming University of Colorado president Hank Brown says he will review the investigations and lawsuits surrounding the football recruiting scandal to ensure nobody other than a handful of football players were involved.
Updated: 04/20/2005 - Three Fort Carson soldiers died in an attack on a base in Ramadi, Iraq.
Updated: 04/20/2005 - Wednesday is a day of reflection for Columbine High School and the sixth anniversary of the nation's deadliest school shooting.
Updated: 04/19/2005 - Frontier Airlines wants to expand its service to Mexico.