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Gov. Jaren Polis answers questions from reporters at the Colorado Convention Center as it is converted into a care site for COVID-19 patients on April 10, 2020. He is aiming to gradually reopen Colorado by April 26. (Photo by Forest Wilson)

April Updates: COVID-19 in Colorado Regular updates from the month Coloradans were ordered to...

These updates continue our coverage of a story that was originally published on March 5, when Colorado health officials announced the first two diagnosed...

The privilege and promise of Walker Stapleton: A Portrait in Four Parts

The life and times of Walker Stapleton, Colorado's 2018 Republican nominee for governor

2018 Healthcare

Our "On the Issues" pages draw from speeches, interviews, campaign websites, our candidate questionnaire and prior media coverage, including our own. These pages will...

Update: The latest on COVID-19 in Colorado Polis acknowledges cases of inaccurate reporting of...

We're wrapping up the daily Update as part of our transition away from a daily news site. For a good look at the latest...
Colorado Independent Editor Susan Greene (left) and Managing Editor Tina Griego will team up with the Colorado Press Association and Colorado Media Project to collaborate with newsrooms statewide. (Photo by Alison Cooper)

Emphasizing ‘the work’ over ‘the brand,’ Indy editor explains upcoming transformation Your weekly roundup...

"Write about the media long enough and eventually you type your way to your own doorstep," said the late New York Times media writer David Carr. Fair enough....
Gov. Jared Polis announced Colorado's first two cases of coronavirus in Colorado on March 5, 2020. As of Friday, March 27, tyhe state was up to more than 1,700 cases with 31 deaths. (Photo by John Herrick)

March Updates: COVID-19 in Colorado Regular updates for the month COVID-19 began to spread...

The story was originally published on March 5, when Colorado health officials announced the first two diagnosed cased of COVID-19 in Colorado. The story...
Mary Claire Mulligan has been defending clients facing the death penalty for a decade. "It can be very disheartening to not actually win anything in ten years." (Photo by Evan Semón)

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

It was late December 2019 and defense lawyer Mary Claire Mulligan spent the last week of the decade accompanying a client to his murder...
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) attends a rally with union at a canvass launch at the Culinary Workers Union Hall Local 226 on November 5, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Landmark labor bill clears U.S. House A companion labor bill in the Senate isn’t...

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House passed landmark pro-labor legislation Thursday that backers said could begin to reverse the country’s decades-long decline in union membership. The...
Denver Mayoral candidate Jamie Giellis meets with her campaign manager Meghan Dougherty at their campaign headquarters in Denver, Colo., Thursday, May 23, 2019. (Photo by Bear Gutierrez)

Denver mayoral challenger Jamie Giellis: “I’m a fierce (bleeping) fighter” The RiNo boss and...

Jamie Giellis arrived for an interview last week, chuckling with a campaign staffer about the song he played to boost her spirits on their...

His last two elections were GOP waves. This year Walker Stapleton could be wading...

This is the final installment of a four-part series about Colorado’s Republican nominee for governor. Read part one, part two and part three. Walker Stapleton is no happy...
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