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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...

A new area code is coming to northern and western Colorado in 2026

Goodbye 970. Hello 748. The Colorado Public Utilities Commission said Monday that, starting in 2026, residents requesting new phone line services in northern and western Colorado will be ass...

Stanley Hotel in Estes Park – inspiration for ‘The Shining’ – is being sold to an Arizona nonprofit

The iconic Stanley Hotel in Estes Park is about to get a new owner. John Cullen, whose Grand Heritage Hotel Group has owned the property since buying it out of bankruptcy in the 1990s, told ...

Nearly half of Colorado counties have 10 or fewer attorneys. A new grant aims to expand legal access for Coloradans

A statewide organization that helps rural Coloradans find legal solutions received a grant of over a half-million dollars this fall to figure out the legal needs of people living in legal de...

Donald Trump blocked from presidential primary ballot by Colorado Supreme Court

The decision, which may be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court, comes as state elections officials must set the primary ballot by Jan. 5

Why does your windshield ice up on some nights and not others?

Adam Sher of Boulder was leaving his house recently when the sight of his son’s car caught his attention. “It was covered with frost. But it hadn't rained that night, it hadn't snowed, and t...

What it looked like as Colorado wildlife officials released 5 Oregon wolves in Grand County

This is the first time a state – not the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service – introduced an endangered species into wildland in the U.S.

Since its launch in 2022, an average of three people a day have signed up to get Colorado’s invisible disabilities logo on their state IDs

An average of three people every business day have signed up for the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles’ invisible disability identifier logo program since it began last year. In July 2022,...

The Blotter, Dec. 14-18

Monday 6:47 a.m. A woman who allegedly stole wine from the south Durango City Market, 6 Town Plaza, was arrested for shoplifting. Sunday 5:52 a.m. A man at the north Durango Speedway...

The history behind the Colorado Christmas tree lit by JFK, and how it was almost lost

More than 30 years after the fact, a tenacious forest service worker scoured Poncha Pass to reclaim and honor the famous stump

Expect a messy compromise on the future of the Colorado River, negotiators say in Las Vegas

Representatives from each of the seven Colorado River Basin states said a long-term fix will likely be flawed and judged harshly by history