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Why these Colorado journalists wear masks, and other local media news

To mask or not to mask. For some Coloradans in the news business, that's not even a question. From a recent news-behind-the-news item produced by Denver...

Griego: No local news is bad news

“Tell me a bit about the broader consequences that we found happen to a community when they lose their sources of local news.” “Well, there’s...

Colorado makes a cameo in new book ‘Ghosting the News’ about the U.S. local...

It takes fewer than five pages for Colorado to make its first cameo in a new book called Ghosting the News: Local Journalism and the Crisis...
Lobbyists gather in the room immediately outside the doors to the state House chamber at the Colorado Capitol early in the 2020 legislative session. (Jesse Paul, The Colorado Sun)

Coronavirus bills push lobbying to record total in Colorado. Here’s a look at the...

The total spent on lobbying at the Colorado Capitol topped $40 million this session — a record driven in part because of contentious last-minute...

An open letter from an early career Colorado journalist

For the first item in this week's column, I'm turning the mic over to Lucy Haggard, a born-and-raised Coloradan and recent graduate of the...
Ben Rosenthal, second from left, with his sister Ariella, mother Inka, father Robert and brother Adam.

Greene: The hardest stories

Dear readers,  The story of Ben Rosenthal’s death last year is not mine to tell. For starters, I never met the 26-year-old from Marin County, California....
Empty classroom at Lakewood High School.

Guest Post: How many teacher deaths are we OK with?

I have a question for the school boards and administrators who have decided that we should go back to 100% in-person learning this fall:...
Kayla Frawley, a single mom, plays with her 2-year-old son, Josiah, in their Denver apartment in 2018.

Guest Post: Child care costs in Colorado — why some moms don’t take the...

I remember crunching numbers all the time when my child was one-year-old and in a Head Start program: How much of a raise would...

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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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