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Durango Police Department Thursday 9:04 a.m. Someone turned themselves in at the Durango Police Department, 990 East Second Ave., on a warrant. 4:44 p.m. A woman who requested a boo...

Rep. Lauren Boebert’s bill to delist gray wolves from the Endangered Species Act gets its first hearing

U.S. Fish and Wildlife, the agency that lists and delists animal species, testified against the bill

Colo. lawmakers consider eating disorder prevention office

Advocates say that prevention is paramount

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Durango Police Department Wednesday 9:52 a.m. A traffic light went out at the intersection of River Road and South Camino del Rio. 1:32 p.m. A man yelling at Walmart staff, 1155 Sout...

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Durango Police Department Wednesday 12:13 a.m. A man in the 600 block of Main Avenue was arrested on suspicion of assaulting a woman. 1:04 a.m. A person who lay on the sidewalk in th...

Program to cut Colorado River water use shuffles forward

Plan is a key strategy in the Upper Basin’s plan to conserve water and help replenish reservoirs and rivers in the Colorado River Basin

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Durango Police Department Tuesday 2:32 a.m. An oral disturbance between a man and a woman in the 2900 block of Main Avenue resulted in at least one arrest on suspicion of harassment. Mon...

Disability rights activists have ambitious goals for Colorado, from outdoor recreation to the halls of government

Supporters say it’s the most ambitious slate of proposals in recent history

Meet the 15 appointees set to guide legalization of magic mushrooms in Colorado

Nominees for Natural Medicine Advisory Board await confirmation by full state Senate

Mountain lion claws man hot-tubbing in Colorado high country

The attack happened Saturday night near Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort

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Durango Police Department Sunday 3:04 a.m. A person at the Durango Transit Center, 250 W. Eighth St., was arrested on suspicion of illegal camping. 4:28 a.m. A person near City Marke...

Feds want Supreme Court to end Navajo fight for Colorado River water

Tribe says it doesn't receive enough water, and the federal government is at fault