Newscast for Tuesday, August 25, 2015, 5:32 PM:
- A program to provide long acting reversible contraceptives to low-income women has been funded for another year. Several foundations in the state have stepped up to provide money after it ran out earlier this summer.
- Republicans in Colorado have decided to change their role in the party's presidential nominating contest. The state party's executive committee has voted to eliminate the presidential preference poll held during the party's March caucuses. That means there will be no official count of who won that contest. The delegates selected in the caucuses are not bound to any candidate, but the preference poll had previously put them on the record about which candidate they supported.