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Denver Post’s hedge-fund owner lost a ‘hostile takeover bid’ of the largest US newspaper...

The hedge fund that controls Media News Group, née Digital First Media — also known as The Nothing, and for gutting newsrooms like The...
"Immigration Rally DC" by Holley St. Germain via Flickr: Creative Commons

New poll finds most Coloradans support citizenship for Dreamers

More than seven in 10 Coloradans say they support legislation offering citizenship to Dreamers and those with temporary protected status, according to a recent...
Inside the Colorado Capitol. (Photo by John Herrick, Colorado Independent)

Colorado changed its laws around sex ed. Here’s what you need to know.

Colorado law will soon require students who receive sexual education to learn about consent in school. But the road to passing that bill was bumpy....
Dozens of Stedman Elementary kindergarteners look on as Gov. Jared Polis signs the full-day kindergarten bill into law on May 21, 2019. (Photo by Kati Weis/Chalkbeat Colorado)

Polis signs full-day kindergarten bill into law

Fulfilling a key campaign promise, Gov. Jared Polis on Tuesday signed into law a bill funding full-day kindergarten to much pomp  — complete with...
WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 08: House Judiciary Committee member Rep. Joe Neguse (D-CO) speaks during a mark-up hearing before its members voted to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt of Congress for not providing an un-redacted copy of special prosecutor Robert Mueller's report in the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill May 08, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Colorado’s DeGette and Neguse: ‘It is time’ for impeachment inquiry The two representatives say...

WASHINGTON -- Colorado representatives are among U.S. House lawmakers pushing for an inquiry into impeaching President Donald Trump as congressional Democrats grow increasingly frustrated...
Oil and gas development in new housing subdivision on Collier's Hill. (Photo by Ted Wood/The Story Group.)

Guest Post: Colorado’s toughest-in-the-nation air quality regulations are working A response to The Story...

There is much to dispute within Daniel Glick’s story, but let’s begin here: Our air quality conditions in Colorado are not worsening. In fact,...

U.S. Rep. Crow wants you to know what he’s doing in Washington

WASHINGTON – Rep. Jason Crow doesn’t worry about oversharing when it comes to his daily schedule. The freshman Democrat in the U.S. House posts...
Mayoral hopeful Jamie Giellis, left, with former rivals Penfield Tate and Lisa Calderon at unity rally opposing Mayor Michael Hancock on May 14, 2019. (Colorado Independent photo by Alex Burness)

Littwin: Can Giellis swing story back to ‘vulnerable mayor’ from ‘string of unforced errors’?

It was never going to be easy, but Jamie Giellis — the little-known challenger pitted against the apparently too-well-known Denver mayor in a runoff...
U.S. Capitol by Anthony Quintano via Flickr: Creative Commons

U.S. House passes LGBTQ rights bill; Colorado votes along party lines The Equality Act...

WASHINGTON -- Colorado's U.S. House delegation voted along party lines Friday to approve sweeping legislation aimed at barring discrimination based on sexual orientation and...

MEDIA: Shotgun blasts shut down Colorado newspaper presses Your weekly roundup of Colorado local...

Readers of The Loveland Reporter-Herald and The Longmont Times-Call didn't get their papers delivered Saturday morning, but it wasn't a storm or power outage that stopped the presses. Instead, it was a...