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New documentary explores agricultural life and challenges through the lens of a Pueblo farming community - "Mirasol: Looking at the Sun" explores how challenges brought by growth and climate change are affecting Italian and Hispanic family
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Boulder County workers file for union recognition - The workers are taking advantage of Senate Bill 22-230, which allows county employees to form
Is it time to ban trailer trucks during ski traffic rush hours on I-70? - Commercial vehicles on Interstate 70 are drawing the focus of lawmakers and frustrated
Colorado’s insulin, EpiPen price caps could get tougher enforcement under bill progressing at state legislature - The bill must still clear the state Senate in order to reach Governor Jared Polis' desk. Two weeks remain in the current legislative
Public access to Hanging Lake and its trails will be limited this summer for trail reconstruction work - Hanging Lake Trail will be closed on weekdays, with occasional weekend closures later this
Nikola Jokic leads NBA champ Denver Nuggets past LeBron James and Lakers 114-103 in playoff opener - The Lakers lost to the Nuggets for the ninth consecutive time and Denver handed James just his fourth loss in 17 first-round
Despite improvements, Hispanic Coloradans are still more likely to face significant health disparities - Hispanic people in Colorado are more likely to die of preventable causes, be uninsured or forgo healthcare because of
‘Clarence was always an artist’ Honoring the life of a painter, sculptor, and Tuskegee Airman - Some of the highlights of his lifetime of work are on display at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center in an exhibit entitled “Clarence Shivers: Experimenting With
After months of delay, U.S. House passes foreign aid for allies - Of Colorado’s members, only one — GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert — voted against the
A quarter-century after Columbine killings, survivors and community members gather to process their grief and ‘never forget’ - Thirteen chairs sat on a dark chancel in the sanctuary of the First Baptist Church in downtown Denver Friday
Here’s when you might get to see the inside of the Cadet Chapel at the U.S. Air Force Academy - There hasn’t been this much construction at the U.S. Air Force Academy since its founding, but five new projects are looking to give the campus a
Colorado’s oil and gas industry drops ballot measure to defend gas stoves and furnaces — for now - The decision is the latest development in Colorado’s oil and gas wars, which could balloon into a confusing November
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Prosecutors rest case in trial of former sheriff’s deputy charged in Christian Glass death - Since Monday, 5th Judicial District Attorney Heidi McCollum has worked to convince a jury that Andrew Buen’s use of deadly force against Glass was grossly inappropriate given the
CU Boulder hires Justin Schwartz as new chancellor - The new chancellor inherits a campus that saw a record number of applications for next school year, a 20 percent jump from last
CDOT: No timetable for U.S. 50 bridge repair between Montrose and Gunnison, current detour options could take hours - Four Gunnison students and a bus driver had to take a boat home Thursday after a crack was found in the bridge spanning the Blue Mesa Reservoir, prompting a safety closure and shutting down
Colorado has declared a syphilis epidemic – and babies are at the highest risk - This potentially lethal infection is on the rise in Colorado. Understand your care options to keep you and your newborn
Colorado landlords will have to offer lease extensions as Gov. Polis signs ‘for cause’ evictions bill - It upends existing law that gives landlords freedom to decide whether or not to offer a lease
Brother of Nuggets star gets six years in prison for fatal DUI - Coban Porter, the brother of Denver Nuggets star Michael Porter Jr. was sentenced to six years in prison for DUI vehicular homicide
Colorado Weather: This weekend will go from soggy to sunshine - Winter weather will bring spring skiing conditions to the eastern slopes on Saturday, and warm temperatures will sweep the state on
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Columbine 25th Anniversary: Students and teachers to be honored Friday during vigil - The 12 students and one teacher killed in the Columbine High School shooting will be remembered Friday in a vigil on the eve of the 25th anniversary of the
City of Boulder to pay $75k settlement to a woman who is deaf following miscommunication - Boulder City Council members approved the settlement Thursday night on an 8-0 vote without further
He ran for office to pass stricter gun laws. Now Tom Sullivan could decide the fate of an assault weapons ban - The state senator, whose son was killed in the Aurora Theater shooting, has long been skeptical that Colorado is ready for an assault weapons
Controversial development gets the green light from the Colorado Springs Planning Commission - The development, called Arrowswest Apartments, would add about 222 new
Colorado adult education providers say they may lose grant funding and have to trim classes - About 300,000 Colorado adults do not have a high school diploma, according to state
Services at Aurora’s Living Water Christian Center will continue after a destructive fire Easter weekend - No official cause has been given, but investigators told a pastor that surveillance footage shows the fire was caused by
Winter Park’s Indigenous roots are now on the mountain in signs and art installations - Natives Outdoors helped arrange Arapaho translations of trail signs, and art focused on environmental
The former communications director for Denver Public Schools says the district isn’t very good at communicating - Will Jones says DPS’s culture over the past three years is stifling transparency and
Colorado’s reintroduced wolves have killed four more cattle in Grand County - This marks the largest cluster of livestock losses since Colorado reintroduced the species in the area last
Advocates for legal abortion take critical step to put constitutional amendment on the ballot - Organization turned in more than 200,000 signatures Thursday to put the question to
Polis signs $24 million funding bill to help schools with new immigrant students - School districts in Colorado have received about 7,000 unexpected students between October 2023 and March
Federal lands will be managed with an eye to conservation under new BLM rule - A vehicle heads up the Alpine Loop Scenic Byway, near Silverton, Colorado, on Bureau of Land Management land, July 4,
Famed ‘Ride The Rockies’ bike event canceled due to low registration - One of Colorado’s biggest cycling events has been canceled for
Colorado House members ready to vote on foreign aid for allies – including Israel and Ukraine - The House foreign aid package appears to have the support of most — but not all — of Colorado’s members of
How a Colorado farmer protected his business from climate change and water shortages by turning to the craft beer industry - Todd Olander said preparing for climate change and related water shortages has made his farm business hardier — and
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Two former federal employees responsible for sprawling multi-state drug operation, state indictment says - In all, 23 people are believed to be involved in the operation, which was led by a couple in Fremont
“Somos parte de la comunidad” Coloradenses indocumentados que han vivido aquí por décadas quisieran que su estatus legal se tomara en cuenta en medio de un enfoque en inmigrantes nuevos - CPR News habló con tres mujeres originarias de México que se encuentran en una situación similar, habiendo vivido por décadas en Colorado sin documentos legales, criando hijos aquí y trabajando para mantener a sus
Scientists clone more endangered black-footed ferrets as Colorado breeding effort stalls - Three of these slinky predators are genetically identical to one of the last such animals found in the
Listen: DPS students, propelled by climate change anxiety and initiative, push for heat pumps in schools - DPS Students for Climate Action and its middle school counterpart, Earth Rangers, are asking for the efficient heating and cooling system to be part of a proposed bond
Did Colorado’s shortest 14er survive a major change in how we measure elevation? - The fate of Sunshine Peak in the San Juan Range was in the hands of a new gravity-based
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Colorado Arts Spotlight: Things to know and do around the state April 19-21 - Your weekly list of arts, culture, music, theater, film and other things to do this
Colorado has ambitious EV goals. We put its charging network to a road trip test - The state has installed plugs at a furious pace since the pandemic, but has it actually made it any easier to travel around in an electric
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Facing backlash, state Democrats back off changes to RTD leadership that would have removed more than half its board members - Critics said the plan backed by Gov. Jared Polis would make it harder for communities to make their voices heard. Proponents said it would result in a more “professional”
Former El Paso County Jail healthcare provider sued by family of teenager who died in custody in 2022 - The family of Dezaree Archuleta, who died by suicide in jail, is suing the former healthcare company responsible for her
Postal Service to press forward on plans to overhaul Grand Junction mail - The plans include sending local Grand Junction mail to Denver for
Christian Glass’ mother takes the stand in the trial for the deputy who shot her 22-year-old son - Christian Glass was shot and killed by a Clear Creek County deputy in June 2022 after calling 911 for help when his car was
Bill to tax AirBnbs like hotel rooms dies in state Senate committee - The plan would have increased tax revenues for mountain communities where short-term rentals
Effort to allow lawsuits over past child abuse fails in Colorado Senate after unanimous Republican opposition - The proposal aimed to allow “lookback” lawsuits that are currently barred in
For Coach David Carle, DU’s perfect 10 equals the best in college hockey - A 2-0 victory last weekend over Boston College gave DU its 10th NCAA title, the most in the