Democrat state Rep. Alec Garnett proposed the bipartisan 'gun restraining order' bill, which empower judges to temporarily remove firearms from potentially dangerous people.
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Vietnamese American poet Diana Khoi Nguyen’s parents fled Vietnam. She reads from her new book of poetry, “Ghost Of.”
After weeks of debate, the city council will again take up a proposal to bar assault-style weapons, high-capacity magazines and bump stocks.
Democratic State Rep. Alec Garnett’s bill allows a judge to keep firearms out of the hands of people who may be a risk to themselves or others.
Democrat Cary Kennedy served as Colorado State Treasurer from 2007-2011 and then as Chief Financial Officer and Deputy Mayor under Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.
It's not just the towering mountains, dry deserts and extreme weather that make the trail challenging.
The survivor of an assault at the University of Denver says colleges and universities need to be more clear about their rules around reporting assaults.
John Fleck, director of the University of New Mexico Water Resources Program, says there are signs that years of work could be at risk.
The governor says if TABOR's binds were loosened, education funding could go up without a tax increase.
Jacquin Buchanan is part of an international network of people who use 3-D printers to make prosthetic limbs for people for free.