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Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper kisses Roslyn Vaughan while making a presidential campaign stop at a house party in Des Moines, Iowa on Jan. 27, 2019 (Photo by Evan Semón)

In presidential run, Colorado’s Hickenlooper pushes compromise in an uncompromising time Will the former...

It is a late Friday afternoon in early February and passengers at Gate 12 of Washington’s Reagan National Airport are displeased. “Fucking United,” a lawyer-lobbyist...
Still shot from the dashboard camera on former Rangely Police Lt. Roy Kinney's patrol car as he chased Daniel Pierce through the desert. The December 10, 2018 pursuit ended when Kinney fatally shot Pierce.

Through the Cracks: A stranger, a police shooting, and a small town’s silence ...

RANGELY – No one seems to know why Daniel Pierce settled in this northwestern Colorado town last year after his wife in Missouri and...

Will Toor, head of the Colorado Energy Office, on climate change and the economic...

The Colorado Energy Office has become a key battlefield in the fight over the state’s energy future. In 2017, disagreement over whether the office...

‘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...
Former Sen. Mark Udall opens up about life after elected office, mediation and all the avocados he has been eating lately. (Photo by Susan Greene)

Mark Udall talks torture, life after political office, and dharma “I didn’t want to...

Mark Udall is not depressed.  Colorado’s former senior U.S. senator knows, five years after Cory Gardner ousted him from office, that “people have been saying...

Colorado, COVID-19, and the press: ‘Essential’ status requested from the governor— and more How...

Across the state, Coloradans are feeling what it's like with daily life on low-power mode. The governor shuttered dining at bars and restaurants for a month; theaters, gyms, and casinos are...
The playground at Carson Elementary School in Denver sits empty on Mar. 19. 2020. Colorado schools are closed through at least April 17 by order of Gov. Jared Polis.

A day without school: What life looks like across America when children stay home...

It was a Tuesday like no other. Crosswalks were empty. Children’s backpacks and lunch boxes sat unused. Yellow buses weren’t rumbling down many streets, and...
With hospitals struggling to get more ventilators, they must ensure every ventilator they have is ready for service. But manufacturers limit who can repair them.

As ventilators become crucial in saving lives, repair roadblocks remain

DENVER — For years, manufacturers of ventilators and other medical equipment have kept a tight grip on the ability of hospitals to service and...

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....
Striking Denver Public Schools teachers march toward the state Capitol on Monday, Feb. 11, 2019. (Photo by Evan Semón for The Colorado Independent)

Denver’s teacher strike, Day 3: Optimism at the bargaining table, and a new proposal...

Denver Public Schools administrators and Denver Classroom Teachers Association negotiators have made substantial progress Wednesday, and there’s now a distinct sense of optimism around...
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