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A Colorado journalist’s secret: While covering the state Capitol, he was ‘smoking crack daily’...

In June, I shared a story about a KUSA 9News TV reporter in Denver who went on camera to talk about his personal struggle with mental health...

Durango’s end run around its ‘orphan county’ problem gives residents access to Denver TV...

TV viewers in some parts of Colorado actually escaped the bombardment of ads during the recently wrapped-up election. Residents of Durango in La Plata...

Report: The Denver Post’s owner will lay waste to more than 100 service center...

They're baaaaaack. It looks like someone pushed that red flashing button and again unleashed a swarm of layoff Langoliers— that flying Digital First Media fleet of...

GREENE: What, in all its secrecy, is Colorado’s justice system hiding? The Colorado Independent...

Colorado’s judicial branch has spent a year stonewalling The Independent’s quest for court records, and I’m proud that we have stepped up our fight. As...

The Colorado Sun rises Your weekly roundup of Colorado local news & media

This week saw the much-anticipated launch of The Colorado Sun, the cryptocurrency/blockchain-backed online news startup formed by 10 journalists who voluntarily left The Denver Post. For...

Greene: In memory of High Country News’ Ed Marston

Colorado, the West, and western journalism have lost a treasure in Ed Marston. And I have lost a dear friend. The former longtime publisher...
Illustration credit: Mark Castillo with graphic elements from www.vecteezy.com

Media Lawyer Will Petition SCOTUS to Hear Records Case

Longtime Colorado media lawyer Steve Zansberg, who has represented national news organizations in cases connected to the Aurora theater shooting, the Oklahoma City bombing...

From the rubble, The Denver Post’s editorial board rebuilds. Differently.

Nearly four months passed since a rebellion on The Denver Post's editorial pages against the paper's cost-cutting hedgefund owner made the Mile High City ground zero in a new...

How Colorado newspapers heeded a call to decry Trump’s anti-press rhetoric

On Thursday, more than 350 newspapers nationwide heeded a call from The Boston Globe to join a coordinated pushback on their editorial pages to President Donald Trump's "enemy of the people" rhetoric....
Mike Littwin in 1973 when he was working for now-defunct Times-Herald in Newport News, Virginia. Littwin is leaving The Indy after seven years to join The Colorado Sun. (Photo courtesy of Mike)

Littwin: A column I never should have had to write

I’m always a little embarrassed when called on to defend my job as a journalist. It’s not because I’m ashamed of it — just...
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