Students and advocates across the state took to the streets for the March For Our Lives.
D.C. march organizers say more than 800 “sibling” events will take place all over the world, including in Colorado.
The new poll found that nearly 7 in 10 adults now favor stricter gun control measures.
Hickenlooper backed the idea of allowing judges to issue temporary restraining orders to keep people from having guns if family members or law enforcement believed they might pose a danger.
Arapahoe High School junior Paul Gordon is helping organize one such walkout. Golden High School sophomore Enzo Perri is staying put.
In a wide ranging interview with Colorado Matters, the senator also addressed North Korea, and President Trump’s call for new trade tariffs on steel and aluminum.
E.R. Dr. Emmy Betz and Dr. Larry Wolk, the head of the state's public health department, talk about a lack of funding for gun research, and a few bright spots.
After the Aurora theater shootings, Colorado lawmakers approved two gun-control laws. They’re still feeling the political effects.
Every year since Neville was elected in 2014, he’s introduced a bill to allow concealed carry on school grounds.