Colorado is starting to stir awareness of the state's forthcoming wildfire season, which traditionally begins in May.
Insurance companies across the state have announced their proposals for premium increases next year, some as high as 41 percent.
Coloradans dialed in to tele-town halls Wednesday with questions for Rep. Scott Tipton, CO-3, Rep. Doug Lamborn, CO-5, and Sen. Cory Gardner.
People are seeing double digit increases in their insurance while others are losing their policies, says insurance industry spokeswoman.
The bill that passed the U.S. House delaying a massive rate hike heads to the Senate.
A new survey finds Colorado employers face higher health insurance rates in 2014, and that means employees will be paying more, too.