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Tina Peters files federal lawsuit to block criminal investigations, prosecutions against her

Peters, a Republican who ran unsuccessfully for Colorado secretary of state last year, was indicted on 10 counts by a Mesa County grand jury. Her trial begins Feb. 7.

A small hydroelectric plant with big water rights is the center of a proposal to keep Colorado River water in the state

A coalition of anglers, growers and water districts in the region say preserving the water right would aid them long into the future, but a major state water agency has big questions

Support for Proposition HH began eroding the moment the Colorado property tax relief plan was introduced

That weak foundation was reflected in how voters rejected Proposition HH, a 10-year property tax relief and state spending overhaul, by an 18 percentage-point margin last week

The Blotter, Nov. 14-15

Durango Police Department Wednesday 2:22 a.m. A woman found near a side entrance to the Strater Hotel, 699 Main Ave., was arrested for trespassing. 12:22 a.m. A person at Schneider Park, 950...

Colorado has a housing crisis. Could 3D-printed homes be a solution?

A set of nozzles squirt wet cement, swinging back and forth in a long line, squeezing out layer after layer. The result, at first, might look like some sort of cake – like icing at a bakery....

Why a judge decided to keep Colorado’s three-day gun law in effect as lawsuit continues

People buying guns in Colorado will have to continue waiting three extra days to take possession of their firearms, a judge ruled on Monday. The three-day waiting period is required by a new...

Nation and region’s climate worsening, but can still be improved, says new federal assessment

Dangerously hot and dry conditions in Colorado and other Southwestern states fueled by rising global temperatures are endangering the health of residents, reducing snowpack and water supplie...

Headed into her last session, Barbara McLachlan has lots to do

The four-term state representative says she will retire from public life

The Blotter, Nov. 9-14

Tuesday 3:15 a.m. A person found behind the Strater Hotel, 699 Main Ave., was arrested for trespassing. Monday 7:46 p.m. A woman who allegedly refused the leave the Strater Hotel, 699 Main A...

Colorado is ready to help pay for geothermal heating and cooling systems

Colorado opened applications Tuesday for a new grant program to kick-start an industry that harvests renewable energy hiding below the Earth's surface. A state law signed in 2022 set aside $...

Judge denies effort to block enforcement of Colorado’s 3-day wait on gun purchases

The law was challenged by Rocky Mountain Gun Owners, a hard-line gun rights group in the state

What the failure of Proposition HH means for your property taxes and TABOR refunds

Coloradans’ property taxes will rise by an average of 40% without legislative or local government intervention. People who make less than $99,000 will get smaller taxpayer refunds than they would have had Proposition HH passed