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In Colorado’s gun-law debate, one sheriff is willing to go to jail while another...

"We called all 64 Colorado counties for this story," said CNN national correspondent Scott McLean, who is based in Denver, about his national network piece on an issue beginning...

Media: A year after The Denver Rebellion, Colorado’s opinion journalists riff about their role Your...

Opinion journalism in Colorado is in the spotlight on multiple fronts. The Denver Post recently turned heads when its editorial board yanked back its 2014 endorsement of Republican...
Sen. Cory Gardner addressing a town hall at Colorado Christian University, August 2017. (Photo by Phil Cherner)

Denver Post yanks back its 2014 endorsement of Cory Gardner: ‘We see now that was...

In an eye-opening move, the Denver Post on Thursday reversed its 2014 endorsement of U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner after the Republican senator from Yuma stuck with...

Media: Colorado Public Radio buys Denverite. Everyone’s excited. Your weekly roundup of Colorado local...

For the second time in two years, the hyper-local for-profit news site Denverite is changing ownership, highlighting a few things: the bleak nature of trying to nail...

Media: The Rocky Mountain News remembered Your weekly roundup of Colorado local news &...

This Wednesday marked the 10-year anniversary of the death of The Rocky Mountain News, the beloved newspaper that folded its flag on Feb. 27, 2009, putting a...

Media: Denver police want to block radio chatter from the public— but not selected news outlets? Your weekly...

Last month, I highlighted a piece by my colleague Jonathan Peters, a lawyer and Columbia Journalism Review's press freedom correspondent, about dozens of police agencies in Colorado encrypting their radio...

MEDIA: Why news with a ‘political point of view’ could flood your Colorado feed...

Not long ago, I started noticing Colorado-specific news items in an unlikely place: my Instagram feed. These were short video clips with text about the...

MEDIA: A new nonprofit news outlet seeks to cover energy in Colorado

Go to the website of Empowering Colorado and you won't make it past a splash page announcing that it's now an official nonprofit and is reorganizing...

Local politicians rally around a new print paper in the Springs, how layoffs are...

Journalists are the "enemy of the people." The "failing New York Times." Fake news, Yadda, yadda. We've heard it all from President Donald Trump and his dedicated fans....

Gannett’s nationwide layoffs lash the Coloradoan newspaper in Fort Collins Your weekly roundup of...

Coast to coast, a wave of layoffs surged through newsrooms of America's largest newspaper chain — and I'm told three full-time staff positions at the Coloradoan in Fort Collins were...
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