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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...

Six Glendale police officers disciplined for throwing away evidence connected to several cases

The Glendale Police Department took disciplinary action against six sworn officers for mishandling evidence, which resulted in one case being dropped last month. According to police document...

Colorado lawmakers set to debate $40.6 billion state budget

‘Clearly, the headline in this year’s long bill is the investment in education’

Colorado voters to decide whether first-degree murder suspects should be denied bail

Ballot measures requires support from 55% of voters to pass in November

Colorado launches a $450 e-bike rebate for everyone. So why aren’t many bike shops participating?

Program requires retailers to float costs of discounts for up to a year

Problems with universal pre-K registration persist into second year

Policymakers remain optimistic, despite challenges

‘Tired of broken promises’: Ute leaders call on state to follow through on tribal commitments

Chairmen want sports betting and more support for health care, education and water rights