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Research: What Colorado needs to do to preserve the modern public record

When state Sen. John Cooke asked for email communications of the top official for the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission last fall, the agency’s...

In Colorado, the governor’s press office vs. a nonprofit news site Your weekly roundup...

As we know, ideologically oriented newsrooms with various and murky funding models have popped up over the years offering news with perspectives to help fill gaps...

From ‘PARKED’ to the climate crisis and fighting King Soopers, Colorado news outlets work together...

The theme of this week's column on the Colorado media scene is coverage collaboration, which seems entirely coincidental. But, hey, three's a trend they...

‘Objective’ but ‘also human’ West Slope journalists reflect on sex assault coverage Your weekly...

This summer, the Swift Communications-owned Steamboat Pilot newspaper wrapped up an eight-week series called "In Our Shoes" about sexual assault in Routt County. "The name for the series originated...

The Colorado Sun turns one — and more news from across the state’s media...

Last summer, when writing about a new kind of local journalism business model in Colorado, I wrote: "In 1833, The New York Sun revolutionized journalism as a pioneer of...

Reporter: Vail Daily’s series on water quality in a resort town trailer park ‘took...

Freelance reporter David O. Williams is on a tear. In an ongoing series of stories he published this month in Vail Daily, the reporter exposed some harsh realities...

Colorado Springs Gazette stamps another ‘statewide footprint’ with a new investigative team Your weekly...

Colorado's second-largest newspaper, The Gazette, based in Colorado's second-largest city, doesn't seem to want to play second fiddle. Within the past three years, the paper, run...

Denver Post journalists report on their personal financial realities Your weekly roundup of Colorado...

One reporter can't afford a 200-square-foot studio apartment in Denver. Another wants to fix the trunk of her car that's been broken for a year. Yet another would like to...
The Colorado Independent's editor, Susan Greene, was handcuffed and detained by Denver police officers on Colfax Avenue on July 5, 2018. (Screenshot via body-cam footage provided by city of Denver)

The Indy 500: Still trying to act like a lady

I have been trying to “act like a lady.”  That was my order from two Denver cops who handcuffed me a year ago today when...

Denver police vs. the press on making scanner traffic secret Your weekly roundup of...

Colorado has become a flashpoint in a national debate about the extent to which the public and press should be able to hear communication crackle across...