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Gov. Polis calls special session to address looming spike in property taxes

Legislature is working under tight timeline if it hopes to curb rising cost of living in Colorado

The Blotter, Nov. 8

Durango Police Department Wednesday 7:27 a.m. A fawn was hit by a vehicle and lay in the road near College Drive and Camino del Rio. 12:52 p.m. A vehicle sideswiped another vehicle near Coll...

How is Colorado doing on cutting carbon emissions? Not great, state analysis says.

To meet ambitious 50% reduction by 2030 requires tougher limits on fossil fuels, more free transit and denser land planning.

Feds approve Colorado’s plan to reintroduce wolves – and kill them in some cases

The federal government granted Colorado the authority to manage and kill wolves in specific circumstances on Tuesday, clearing a path for the state to meet a voter-approved deadline to relea...

Colorado voters approve sending millions more to universal preschool program

Proposition II was approved by a wide margin Tuesday

The Blotter, Nov. 3-6

Monday 11:37 p.m. A person at Denny’s, 666 Camino del Rio, was arrested for violating a restraining order. 11:10 p.m. A person at Denny’s, 666 Camino del Rio, was arrested for assaul...

How $500M in federal infrastructure money is being spent in Colorado

The state’s share of the 10-year, $1.2 trillion federal infrastructure act has mostly gone to water resources and scientific innovation

Colorado Secretary of State says voter turnout could exceed 2019, 2021 numbers

Jena Griswold said variables such as particular ballot issues (i.e., Prop HH) may resonate with voters and can dictate turnout

‘Harder than algebra,’ Proposition HH causes confusion on Colorado voters’ ballots

Voters in Colorado had a lot of homework this fall. While there were only two items on the statewide ballot, one of them was Proposition HH – a sprawling tax reform package that has once aga...

Suicidal thoughts, bullying and drugs are plaguing Colorado students, according to latest Safe2Tell report

Colorado students are struggling with suicidal thoughts, bullying and drugs in increasing numbers, according to the Colorado Attorney General's Office annual report on Safe2Tell, an anonymou...

Could the 14,000-foot Kit Carson Mountain in southern Colorado get a new name?

A new proposal to rename Kit Carson Mountain, located in southern Colorado's Sangre de Cristo range, is based on the contested history of the famed Army officer. It references Carson’s viole...

‘Wild West primary’ could be ahead to fill Ken Buck’s seat

Rep. Ken Buck’s retirement news presents a rare opportunity for ambitious Republicans in Colorado: an open congressional seat that a Republican is nearly certain to win. Which all means, CO-...