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Undocumented immigrants to get Colorado driver’s licenses more quickly

New law removes a two-year waiting requirement

Record-breaking heat wave brings mid-90s weather to Durango

Thursday and Friday are forecast to be hottest on record

Lauren Boebert has massive lead in Republican primary, poll shows

40% of those polled said they would vote for the congresswoman on June 25

The Blotter, May 31-June 4

Durango Police Department day day La Plata County Sheriff’s Office Monday 9:30 a.m. Someone wanted to talk to a deputy about a threatening note found in their mailbox rega...

Colorado Supreme Court poked a hole in ski resorts’ liability protections. What’s next?

Companies hinted they may need to get rid of recreational options for children

One man dead, one missing after a rafting accident in Upper Colorado River

Searchers say neither the 56-year-old man who drowned nor the missing 61-year-old man were wearing PFDs in the second fatal whitewater accident of the 2024 season

Colorado voters could be blocked from implementing ranked choice voting

Colorado may decide in November whether to move the state’s elections to a ranked choice voting system. However, a recent move by the state legislature could block or delay that change, even...

2 years of college covered for Colorado students under new law

Colorado college students can get the first two years of their education covered by the state under a new law signed by Gov. Jared Polis on Thursday. House Bill 24-1340 creates a refundable ...

If voters adopt ranked choice voting, Colorado may prevent it from taking effect

Last-minute provisions added to an elections bill would create a major barrier

Western Slope leaders mull tribal ownership of former Indigenous boarding school

‘I don't think any of us feels that this shouldn't go back to the tribes’ Grand Junction council member says

Colorado politicians react to Trump guilty verdict

Reactions fall along predictable partisan lines

A pioneering study tells us how snow disappears into thin air

A better understanding of sublimation could help water managers make more accurate predictions