It was a 7-4 party-line vote to advance the bill to the House Appropriations Committee.
Officials say it is too early to tell if this spike in shootings will continue further into 2019 or if it is just an anomaly. Regardless, mental health crisis training for officers will be key.
Virtually every aspect of life in the Centennial State has been transformed in some way over the governor's two terms in charge.
5 Years After Claire Davis Died In A School Shooting, Improvements Seen In Threat Prevention, But Gaps Remain
A roundtable hosted by Littleton Public Schools and a this week’s roundtable and a symposium at the University of Northern Colorado shed light on the strides schools have made in helping students feel safer — and the hard work ahead.
As memories of important events and people fade, the risks of a gun-related accident increase.
Colorado has seen a spike in hate crimes and white supremacist activity, according to the Anti-Defamation League. But there’s no uniform way of reporting the issue.
Recreational shooters would no longer be able to practice in about 225,000 acres of the Arapaho and Roosevelt national forests.
A federal judge in Seattle is scheduled to hear arguments Tuesday on whether to block a settlement that would allow a company to post blueprints for printing 3D weapons on the internet.
A gun range shuttered following the start of the Lake Christine Fire is reopening. The range where the fire began, remains closed.
There are available 3D printers in the Denver-metro, but they are not without their own rules or supervision.