As the 120th day of the legislature wraps up, finding a solution to PERA (Public Employees Retirement Association) reform- is something lawmakers hope to get accomplished in the final hours.
At the start of the session, legislators announced the reform as a top priority.
The initial reform bill presented during this session had bi-partisan support, after a series of amendments in the house- it resulted in a conference committee on the bill.
Some of the other top priorities lawmakers outlined this session included transportation funding, education funding, and child care tax credits.
On Tuesday, the Senate approved a bill that would give millions of dollars to repairing roads and bridges in the state.
Additionally, this session lawmakers increased per pupil spending by about $495.
The man suspected of murdering Kelsie Schelling appeared in court on Thursday for his preliminary hearing. Schelling hasn't been seen in more than five years, last known to be with her ex-boyfriend Donthe Lucas. Attorneys spent the full day pouring over the evidence until 5 p.m. and the hearing will continue for a second day on Friday at 9:30 a.m.
Pueblo County Sheriff's deputies are looking for a man suspected of robbing two banks in Pueblo County Thursday afternoon.
Police say a man armed with a pistol walked into an Oklahoma City restaurant and opened fire, wounding two people, before being shot dead by an armed civilian in the parking lot.
A little more than a year after their deaths, a man pleaded guilty to killing a mother and her son in their Colorado Springs home.