Home Tags Colorado headlines

Tag: colorado headlines

The Home Front: Sugary drink tax in Boulder is ‘confusing customers...

"Boulder's tax on sugary drinks is confusing customers and stores alike, unsure of when the tax is really a tax, and when it's a...

The Home Front: A ‘constant drone of helicopters’ as crews fight...

"A seemingly constant drone of helicopters fighting wildfires hummed over the Yampa Valley this weekend," reports The Steamboat Pilot. "Crews are now fighting four...

The Home Front: Hazing charges at Air Force Academy ‘are without...

"The ritual was something out of a bad fraternity movie: blindfolded neophyte cadets, half-naked seniors and a threat of forced oral sex," reports The...

The Home Front: Longtime mystery spring water well near Cripple Creek...

"Rumors that have been circulating among Teller County residents were confirmed Tuesday night at a Florissant Water and Sanitation District board meeting: The free...

The Home Front: Meth ‘made a deadly comeback in El Paso...

"Methamphetamine use made a deadly comeback in El Paso County and across Colorado last year while festering in the shadow of the nation’s opioid...

The Home Front: In Colorado Springs, jaywalking is ‘one of the...

"As in most cities, jaywalking is a common sight in Colorado Springs. Even the most law-abiding citizens do it from time to time," reports...

The Home Front: After Trump rescinded DACA, Colorado’s young immigrants who...

"One year after the Trump administration rescinded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, many young Coloradans who relied on it to attend school,...

The Home Front: Several drilling companies are looking to drill ‘near...

"The oil and gas boom could soon make its first mark on northeast Denver — or, rather, beneath it," The Denver Post reports. "Several...

The Home Front: Energy company’s turn away from coal ‘put the...

"Xcel Energy's plan to turn away from coal-fired energy by decommissioning two units at its Comanche Station is being watched by energy-industry observers as...

The Home Front: Durango’s decision to close a homeless camp near...

"The city’s decision to close a homeless camp near Greenmount Cemetery last week has left some homeless residents feeling angry and exasperated with nowhere...