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Want to test a theory on how to fix the Colorado River’s drought issues? There’s a model for that

A team of California researchers have developed a new way of estimating the economic impacts of water-saving efforts in the enormous basin. They’re turning it into an online site that everyone can use

Opioid settlement dollars to fund recovery housing in Southwest Colorado

The $1.5 million allocation will bring critical resource to the region

With the special session done, Colorado’s next tax debate is already starting

Colorado’s special legislative session took four days to finish and affected hundreds of millions of dollars of taxes – but only for next year. That means the next debate is already beginnin...

The Blotter, Nov. 22-27

Monday 2:01 a.m. A person at Speedway, 20453 U.S. Highway 160 in west Durango, was arrested on a warrant. 3:50 a.m. A person found sleeping in a sleeping bag at Gardenswartz Outdoors...

Colorado car sales are rising, despite strikes and interest rates

New car sales are up 5.5% this year, and some dealers are feeling optimistic, as union deals are ratified and supply shortages ease. The Colorado Automobile Dealers Association reported that...

Joe Biden is coming to Colorado this week

Biden will attend a fundraiser in Denver and visit the world’s largest wind turbine tower manufacturing plant in Pueblo

Colorado lawmakers support bill to protect Air National Guard fighter squadrons

Colorado lawmakers are part of a bipartisan effort to protect the nation’s Air National Guard fighter squadrons. This spring, six house members, including Democratic Rep. Jason Crow and Repu...

40,000 people work at Denver International Airport. Here are a few of the faces you may meet – and their advice for travelers

Tara Soto has seen Denver International Airport get a lot busier in the dozen years she’s worked at the shoeshine business near the middle of the B concourse. “I remember them talking about ...

Colorado’s recycling rates are atrocious. Here’s how one Denver-area restaurant is trying to change that.

The state remains stuck at 16% reuse, only half the national average, but new laws on plastic bags and Styrofoam containers may boost efforts

The Blotter, Nov. 21-22

Wednesday 3:24 a.m. A person at Schneider Park, 950 Roosa Ave., was arrested for trespassing. Tuesday 4:52 p.m. A man allegedly found sleeping in the lobby of the Durango post office...

Ski patrollers, struggling to afford Colorado resort towns, look to unions for help

Jake Miller always dreamed of becoming a ski patroller, wearing a red jacket, and racing down a mountainside on high-stakes rescue missions. When he graduated from college in 2022, he applie...

What state Legislature passed during special session and how it will affect your wallet

Democratic majority cut property taxes, expanded social welfare programs