The Denver City Council unanimously approved a controversial ordinance regarding immigration.
The city's minimum wage will soon decrease from $10 an hour to $7.70 an hour — the standard rate for Missouri.
A first of its kind tobacco ordinance in the state was just passed in Aspen.
San Francisco officials voted unanimously to change the city's health code and ban pet stores from selling non-rescue dogs and cats.
Colorado Springs is once again looking to curb panhandling, this time by trying to keep people off medians.
The stalemate comes after the Charlotte City Council voted to completely repeal the city's nondiscrimination ordinance.
City council members are considering adding property fees and a developer tax to help pay for more affordable housing in Denver.
Greeley will become the first city in the state of Colorado to start ticketing you for applying makeup, shaving or reading while driving.
Under the new ordinance, smoking isn't allowed in a two-block radius of Main Street in downtown Littleton.