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Colorado short-term rental owners may protest plan to quadruple their taxes

A survey showed that a majority would reduce their rental nights if Senate Bill 33 passes

Unaffiliated voters can cast ballots in Colorado’s Republican primaries this year, federal judge rules

State GOP requested a preliminary injunction barring unaffiliated voters from participating in the state’s June 25 primary election

The Blotter, Feb. 1-2

Friday 2:12 a.m. A person in the 1500 block of Main Avenue was arrested for driving under the influence. Thursday 5:12 p.m. A person near the intersection of East 36th Street and Mai...

Police say man found dead at Glenwood Springs amusement park researched mass shootings, but investigators find few other answers

More than three months since a man armed with guns and explosives was found dead at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, police say they still don’t know his possible motives or if he was planni...

Lauren Boebert’s fundraising dropped off, but she still holds a big cash advantage in her new congressional district

None of Boebert’s opponents in the 4th Congressional District came close to matching her

The Blotter, Jan. 30-Feb. 1

Thursday 12:04 a.m. A person at J Bo’s Pizza & Ribs, 1301 Florida Road, was arrested for disturbing the peace. Wednesday 1:08 p.m. A man who allegedly tried to run someone over with ...

She blames social media for contributing to her daughter’s death. On Wednesday, this Colorado mom took her pain to Capitol Hill

Five Big Tech CEOs testified in front of the Senate about social media and child safety, but it was the room full of grieving parents, holding up photos of their children, who had their voic...

Should churches and others be held accountable for past sex abuse? Colorado voters may decide

More people who survived childhood sexual abuse could gain the ability to sue the perpetrators and their employers – if Colorado voters agree to a constitutional amendment proposed by state ...

Colorado could spend $18 million – and use a controversial legal power – to get ADUs built

Dozens of Colorado cities would have to allow the construction of auxiliary dwelling units (ADUs) under a bill proposed by state lawmakers. ADUs, also known as “granny flats,” are small, fre...

Colorado may drop its medical aid-in-dying residency requirement

Senate Bill 68 would also shorten the waiting period for people seeking to end their lives

Colorado could pay $3,000 to thousands of people leaving prison – if they stick to the program

Under a proposed new law, many people leaving jail and prison in Colorado would get some extra help from the state government. They could receive up to $3,000 each in state funds to help wit...

The Blotter, Jan. 29

Monday 8:57 a.m. A person allegedly involved in a car crash near the intersection of East 12th Street and East Third Avenue where one vehicle sideswiped another was issued a citation. ...