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Jim Monaghan III, right, hugs Jim Monaghan's widow, Lisa Gilford, after giving a eulogy at the Holy Ghost Church in downtown Denver May 22, 2013.
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Nathan Dunlap is escorted by Department of Corrections officers into the courtroom May 1, 013 for a hearing on his execution date.
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Convicted killer Nathan Dunlap arrives back in court after a short recess. Judge William Sylvester set an execution date for Dunlap for the week of August 18th-24th 2013.
That's a complicated question -- and one that the Colorado Department of Agriculture is trying to clear up in a statement issued this week: "Amendment 64 did not authorize the immediate cultivation of hemp.
Former Cranston Mayor Stephen P. Laffey has filed papers to run for governor in Colorado, a Denver television website is reporting.
It's been one of the toughest questions facing the state of Colorado - now that marijuana has been legalized, how high is too high to drive? In an effort to find out, CBS4 conducted a test with the help of a leading driving instruction company, a respected lab and marijuana businesses to provide the volunteers.
Colorado just raised the bar for helping our four-legged friends. That's because, on May 13, Gov.
Robert "Rider" Dewey is kneeling on a grimy garage floor amid a scattering of oily rags and wrenches while a fat black dog named Lovey snoozes nearby.
Governor Hickenlooper has signed into law a bill that injects more funding into the state's public schools.
Colorado's recently approved gun control laws, passed in response to the Aurora, Colo., and Newtown, Conn., massacres, are being challenged by a delegation of sheriffs who say the laws are unconstitutional.
Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill into law Saturday establishing the Petroleum Cleanup and Redevelopment Fund within the Division of Oil and Public Safety, a part of the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment.
They've spent nearly eight months visiting marijuana grow houses, studying the science of getting high and earning nicknames like "the queen of weed." Now, officials in Washington state are taking their first stab at setting rules for the state's new legal weed industry.
In his annual State of the State address last January, Gov. John Hickenlooper gave the General Assembly a wish list that included civil unions, universal background checks, tuition for undocumented students, Medicaid expansion, a comprehensive overhaul of the state's mental health system and school finance and a bill to support advanced industries.
The challenged laws, signed by Governor John Hickenlooper [JURIST report] in March, ban high capacity magazines, limiting them to a maximum capacity of 15, and establish a required universal background check for all sales and transfers of guns in the state.
Gov. John Hickenlooper signed the Wildfire Risk Reduction Grant Program into law on Friday at the dedication of Staunton State Park.