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On a single day in ‘Gunshot America,’ Colorado was hit twice

When The Washington Post embarked on a major project to document every instance of gun violence on a single day in America, Colorado wound up the setting for two of...

As Donald Trump pushes disinformation, Colorado election officials reassure public on voting

More than 1.6 million Coloradans turned out for the June primary two months ago. Fewer than 11,000 voted in person at polling places, where coronavirus...

The hunger for news among Colorado’s immigrant and refugee communities

Dear reader, Before the pandemic and all that has spiraled from it — the quarantines, the distancing, the business closures, the lost work and childcare,...

Boulder Beat’s court fight spotlights local sites and newsletters run by those who left...

As legacy newspapers fade in cities across the country with many of them cutting their print days, shedding staff, and shrinking their circulation areas, some former...

Gardner and Hickenlooper have dual personalities when it comes to TV ads and campaign...

A television ad for Cory Gardner last month featured the former deputy director for Colorado State Parks saying the U.S. senator is “one of...
Colorado residents shared their visions for local news at an event Free Press and the Colorado Media Project hosted in 2019.

From Our Partners: Tapping Colorado communities to build better local news

If you pay attention to the news in Colorado, then you already know: There isn’t as much of it as there used to be. Like...

Stonewalled: Kiowa County sheriffs won’t explain why they killed Zach Gifford

Dear reader, Brandon, population 21, lies three hours southeast of Denver. It's a speck of a place amid Colorado's Southeastern Plains as they reach...

Colorado Springs Gazette owner launches ‘Denver Gazette’ newspaper in the Post’s backyard

What's half a newspaper war? A newspaper tussle? Whatever it is, Denver is poised for one. Six years after floating an idea that Clarity Media might relaunch The Rocky Mountain...

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GREENE: The hands that need holding

Rachel Hughes answered a phone call Wednesday from her husband’s intensive care doctors. The Rev. Terrance Hughes – co-pastor at New Covenant Christian Church/Alpha Omega...

Inside the small legal community defending Colorado death penalty clients, a...

It was late December 2019 and defense lawyer Mary Claire Mulligan spent the last week of the decade accompanying a client to his murder...

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