Updated: 01/27/2005 - A Colorado professor's essay comparing terrorist attack victims to a designer of the Holocaust has prompted one official to distance the school from the man's views.
Updated: 01/26/2005 - Lawmakers have unveiled a much-anticipated plan to bail Colorado out of its budget crisis.
Updated: 01/25/2005 - The head of the Colorado Republican Party has decided to call it quits -- less than three months after the GOP lost two seats in Congress, and control of the state Legislature.
Updated: 01/25/2005 - Looking for a place to practice your avalanche rescue skills? Breckenridge Ski Resort has created the only avalanche transceiver practice site in Colorado.
Updated: 01/25/2005 - A nasty behind-the-scenes fight is going on in the civil case against Kobe Bryant.
Updated: 01/25/2005 - Fort Carson mechanics are working overtime to add heavy armor plate, bullet-proof glass and air conditioning to 640 Humvees and trucks before the Third Armored Cavalry Regiment returns to Iraq this spring.
Updated: 01/25/2005 - A bill co-sponsored by Colorado Senators Wayne Allard and Ken Salazar will seek to block funding of a study of shipping chemical munitions from storage facilities in Colorado and other states to sites where destruction systems already are in place.
Updated: 01/24/2005 - Senator Wayne Allard is wasting no time in trying to take advantage of the Republican election victory.
Updated: 01/23/2005 - State law prohibits the sale of alcohol on Sundays, but that could change under a new bill in the state Legislature.
Updated: 01/23/2005 - Several hundred fetuses were buried Sunday at a Boulder Roman Catholic church.
Updated: 01/23/2005 - A 12 year old is killed in a go-cart accident in Pueblo.
Updated: 01/22/2005 - Investigators say they, now, know the identity of the woman whose body was found in an open field by Nevada Avenue Friday.
Updated: 01/22/2005 - A computer hard drive missing and more than 30 thousand people could be victims of identity theft.
Updated: 01/22/2005 - A task force for Colorado State University is looking into ways it can curb drinking among students.
Updated: 01/22/2005 - The country's ranchers and cattlemen have a major beef with plans to open the border to Canadian cattle imports.
Updated: 01/22/2005 - Is there finally an end to the labor disagreement between the state's 3 largest supermarket chains and their employees?
Updated: 01/20/2005 - The practice of criminals posing as police officers is hardly a new phenomenon, but authorities say it's becoming disturbingly common in the United States.
Updated: 01/20/2005 - Good news for travelers on Interstate 70.
Updated: 01/20/2005 - Several hundred people gathered outside the State Capitol today to protest the inauguration of President Bush for a second term.
Updated: 01/20/2005 - Brothers Ken and John Salazar joined other members of Congress on the platform in front of the Capitol as President Bush was sworn today for a second term.