Log In

Reset Password

The Blotter, April 2-3

Durango Police Department Wednesday 4:47 a.m. Someone reported that two men assaulted a woman, according to a report at Lumien Apartments II, 3180 East Animas Village Drive. Tuesday ...

Wildlife officers confirm Colorado’s first wolf attack since predators were reintroduced

Agents found tooth marks, tracks and other evidence consistent with wolf depredation

Lauren Boebert recovering from surgery to remove blood clot from leg

Colorado representative is expected to make full recovery

The Blotter, March 30-April 1

Durango Police Department Monday 12:48 a.m. Three or four people were threatening someone at Spanish Trails Inn & Suites, 3141 Main Ave. 7:57 a.m. Someone reportedly broke into a veh...

How a former state Republican became one of Colorado’s biggest climate hawks

Sen. Kevin Priola backed a drilling ban that many of his fellow Democrats couldn’t stomach

Want to recycle water at home? A new proposal could make that easier in Colorado

Only seven cities or counties allow at-home graywater reuse systems

The Blotter, March 29-31

Durango Police Department Sunday 1:50 p.m. Two men were attempting to sell a stolen drone near dumpsters at the River Roost Apartments, 801 Camino del Rio. 9:25 p.m. A man was pointi...

More solar power in the works for southern Colorado

There are plans for two different solar power farms in southern Colorado. Solar panels are being installed in Las Animas County for the Spanish Peaks Solar project. According to developer De...

The Blotter, March 25-28

March 28 3:11 a.m. A person allegedly involved in an assault near the Caboose Motel and Gift Shop, 3363 Main Ave., was arrested for criminal trespassing. 3:52 a.m. A person at the Ad...

Locals wary of plan to recycle Leadville’s mining waste

Residents concerned plan to process historic mine waste could threaten Arkansas River, unearth town’s long-buried history

Colorado keeps quiet about faulty job data as federal agency calls out the erratic numbers

The jobs data that Colorado rolled out earlier in March should be based on official information but is still just a guess, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Colorado’s labor ...

Want to recycle your own water at home? A new proposal could make that easier in Colorado

Legislation under consideration would ease the way for new homes in Colorado to adopt water-recycling systems. It would change state laws that have made the state one of the slowest in the r...