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A new tool designed to put environmental justice on the map in Colorado has faced a rocky rollout

State environmental agencies are consulting a new digital mapping tool designed to identify vulnerable communities when issuing permits, approving projects and awarding grant money. Colorado...

2024 forecasts show less water will flow into Lake Powell. Don’t panic, experts say

The estimated flow of Colorado River water into Lake Powell, where water for millions of people is stored, has dropped by nearly 19% since October

Colorado justices threatened after ruling removing Trump from the ballot

Federal and local law enforcement agencies in Colorado are investigating threats made against the state's Supreme Court justices after they narrowly disqualified former president Trump from ...

Copper Mountain volunteer boot packers stomp trails to reduce avalanche danger and conserve snow

Crews at several Colorado ski areas spend early season weeks burrowing through powder to stabilize snowpacks

As student debt declines in Colorado, a new report says a postsecondary credential is essential to earning more

A new report shows that a postsecondary degree or certificate in Colorado is well worth the time, energy and money. The more education workers ages 25 and older have, the more their earnings...

A 10 million milestone: Nonprofit Project Angel Heart helps Coloradans one meal at a time

Meals medically tailored to specific dietary needs of those with serious illnesses

How to deal with grief and loneliness during the holiday season

Coloradans aren’t exempt from winter doldrums, even with picturesque views and bustling slopes to explore. The holidays can feel particularly isolating and depressing at times for those deal...

Colorado settles with towing company for $1 million. Customers will get some of the money

Attorney General Phil Weiser has settled with Wyatts Towing for $1 million after a monthslong investigation that found “numerous violations of state law.” The state concluded the company tow...

The Blotter, Dec. 21

Thursday 10:25 a.m. A woman driving eastbound near the intersection of Holly Avenue and East 32nd Street was arrested for driving under the influence. 2:37 p.m. A person at the Uptow...

Colorado ranchers: Murky rules about killing wolves sets them up for big livestock losses

Ranchers want wildlife officials to define ‘chronic depredation’ and deal with two problem wolves in North Park

How a gas utility fought to keep two Colorado towns hooked on fossil fuels

Once a sleepy coal mining town, Crested Butte has transformed itself into a year-round tourism magnet. In the winter, the community of 1,500 people tucked into the Rocky Mountains is a pictu...

The Blotter, Dec. 19-20

Wednesday 1:06 p.m. A woman at Beads and Beyond, 840 Main Ave., was arrested for shoplifting. 1:11 p.m. A person at Twilight Toys, 600 Main Ave., was arrested for shoplifting. Tuesda...