From backyard bees in Denver to a flap over chickens in Longmont, Colorado cities are part of a growing push to allow more livestock in urban areas.
Governor Bill Ritter and Democratic legislators Wednesday unveiled what they hope will be a two-in-one solution for Colorado's troubled economy and transportation system.
The Colorado Senate is debating a controversial bill to lift the Arveschoug-Bird spending cap. Backers say the move gives them more flexibility to budget wisely.
The number of people applying for food stamps in Colorado increased by 20 percent in the last year.