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The hunger for news among Colorado’s immigrant and refugee communities In the age of...

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

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...

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...
public records

Lawsuit: Boulder council member’s private emails about proposed ballot initiative are public records

Boulder Beat has asked a judge to decide whether a Boulder City Council member’s personal email exchanges with two nonprofits are public records subject...
Laura Frank, left, helps a young journalist analyze data on immigration.

Meet our new boss: Introducing Laura Frank

Dear readers, We’re writing to introduce you to our new boss, the Colorado News Collaborative’s (COLab) Executive Director Laura Frank. Laura is a Denver native and...
Relatively small average donations are becoming commonplace as candidates expand beyond big donors to seek smaller, often monthly, donations from previously untapped individuals.

President Donald Trump is raising big money in Colorado, far outpacing Democrat Joe Biden...

President Donald Trump is collecting the bulk of campaign donations from Colorado, but former Vice President Joe Biden began to close the gap after...
Illustration by Desolina Fletcher

Greene: On longing What's moving you in this time of isolation and unrest?

Dear reader, Tina and I have spent much of the last month knee-deep in documents for a difficult investigative project we’re still piecing together. So...

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...
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...
One of 8 journalists to receive the 2020-2021 Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism Fellowship, Susan Greene is the inaugural recipient of the Benjamin von Sternenfels Rosenthal Grant for Mental Health Investigative Journalism — a partnership between The Carter Center’s Mental Health Program and Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR).

“Bright lights in dark times”

Dear reader, Our apologies for our recent radio silence. Our new project launch with COLab (the Colorado News Collaborative) has us gathering string and casting nets...
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