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The Blotter, Dec. 12-13

Wednesday 1:52 a.m. Two people who allegedly stole from Speedway, 1991 Main Ave., resulted in at least one arrest for shoplifting. Tuesday 7:19 a.m. A man allegedly being disruptive near...

Colorado ranchers launch last-ditch effort to block wolves. Here’s how.

Cattlemen and Stockgrowers associations file a lawsuit to try to force federal analysis

A look at what’s top of mind for Colorado voters heading into the election year

A new poll shows that cost of living, crime and public safety, and housing affordability are what worry Coloradans the most

Colorado is ‘well positioned’ for big dollars, says top federal rail official

Colorado’s pro-rail state leaders and its growing population could make it a prime target for big federal rail grants, a top government transportation official said Monday. Federal rail offi...

The Blotter, Dec. 11

Monday 9:51 a.m. A person at Wagon Wheel Liquors, 30 Town Plaza, was arrested for shoplifting. 3:44 p.m. Three people who were allegedly drunk and harassing people behind the Durango...

Gas prices are falling fast in Colorado as the cold winter months hit

Colorado’s gas prices are dropping fast. Gas prices have been falling across the U.S. for several months, but they’re falling especially fast in Colorado, according to AAA. The price in Colo...

Cannabis taxes have not solved Colorado’s budget woes

Cannabis taxes did not solve Colorado’s budget woes. That was never promised, or even implied by supporters of legalization. But some money is better than no money. From the earliest days of...

The Blotter, Dec. 8-10

Sunday 2:19 a.m. A person at an apartment in the 100 block of East Fifth Avenue, was arrested for domestic violence. 2:42 a.m. A person in the 300 block of Weston Drive was arrested ...

As time runs out for additional Ukraine aid, Sen. Michael Bennet is pushing the Senate and the president to do more

“We cannot fail to fund Ukraine,” said Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet walking back to his office in the U.S. Capitol last week. But when that funding might come – and even if it comes at all –...

A way to add 8,800 acres to Colorado State Parks without spending a dollar

As Wyoming plans to auction park land for at least $80 million, some call on the Colorado State Land Board to transfer 8,817 acres inside 13 state parks to Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

State leaders discuss the rise in hate crimes, many of which go unreported, in Colorado

One by one, leaders from various organizations and law enforcement agencies told stories about their first experience with a hate crime. For some, it happened when they were young and in sch...

The Blotter, Dec. 7-8

Friday 1:20 a.m. A woman found sleeping near the Strater Hotel, 699 Main Ave., was arrested for illegal camping. 1:52 a.m. A person at the Strater Hotel, 699 Main Ave., was arrested ...