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The Blotter, May 21

Durango Police Department Tuesday 8:51 a.m. Someone reported an attempted burglary at North Main Coin Laundry, 2980 Main Ave. 2:55 p.m. Two people were having intercourse in a restro...

A rare corpse flower is expected to bloom (and stink up) CSU this weekend

Get ready to meet Cosmo, the 8-year-old mostly dormant flower

Colorado a popular destination among Memorial Day travelers, according to AAA report

More than 38 million people are expected to travel by car

Many homeless residents face same question: Where can I go to the bathroom?

As Grand Junction closes public bathrooms, a nonprofit brings relief and helps close the toilet gap

The Blotter, May 20-21

Durango Police Department Tuesday 1:33 p.m. Two people were opening vehicles in the Mountain Sun/Florida Village parking lot, 1208 Florida Road. Monday 12:20 p.m. A woman was screami...

Ski area liability waivers aren’t foolproof, Colorado Supreme Court rules

Case involves a then-16-year-old girl who was paralyzed in 2022

The cost of gas is about to spike in Colorado. How high will it go?

The EPA is forcing Colorado to switch to reformulated gas as ground-level ozone hits ‘severe’

Democrats frustrated as Gov. Polis vetoes six Colorado bills

Governor shutdown proposals on labor rights, waste incinerators and more; here’s why

The Blotter, May 17-19

Durango Police Department Sunday 10:42 a.m. A man was looking into room windows at the River Roost, 801 Camino del Rio. Police issued a warning. Saturday 12:51 p.m. A man was exposin...

A youth corps will deploy in Colorado this fall to help teens struggling with mental health

Colorado is joining 10 other states to launch the nation’s first corps of young people to help teenagers access critical mental health resources. Hundreds of Corps members will be deployed i...

Federal land managers are planning Colorado’s next wild horse roundup, ignoring pleas to stop using a helicopter

The BLM’s management plan for the Little Book Cliffs near Palisade calls for removing about 100 horses with a helicopter roundup

Telluride man sentenced to a year in prison for involvement in Capitol Riot

A man from Telluride will serve 12 months and one day in federal prison after pleading guilty to a felony charge for his involvement in the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol. Avery Ma...
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