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The Home Front: Colorado Springs coal plant ‘poses an air-quality concern’...

"A controversial sports and events center that 1½ years ago was deemed all but dead now is set to go, split between two downtown...

The Home Front: A ‘wave’ of troops leave Colorado for America’s...

"Rifles in hand, troops from Fort Carson's 2nd Brigade Combat Team boarded a plane on Thursday bound for the United States' longest-running war," reports...

The Home Front: ‘No city official has called for the resignation...

"Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s brewing sexual harassment scandal drew expressions of disappointment from several City Council members Wednesday and raised questions about both his...

The Home Front: ‘White coffee’ spray painted on Denver’s Ink! Coffee...

"Someone spray painted 'white coffee' on the ink! Coffee location in Five Points and broke a window there in what appears to have been...

Who paid for ‘sponsored content’ and a ‘paid advertisement’ in Colorado’s...

This week, ColoradoPolitics.com, the state politics vertical of Clarity Media, which owns The Gazette newspaper in Colorado Springs, published on its homepage and in its print edition an item carrying this...

Candidate for governor backtracks on remarks about The Denver Post after...

A juicy item hit the web Monday when progressive consultant and media watcher Jason Salzman published a blog post and an audio clip of Republican candidate for governor Doug Robinson saying this to...

More on a ‘fake news’ fight between The Senator and The Sentinel...

Last week I wrote how The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel's publisher, Jay Seaton, decided not to sue a local state senator for calling the...

Media roundup: Researcher says CO’s legislature is the most polarized in...

So this seems worth noting going into a new legislative session today: "Colorado's lawmakers are the most polarized they've ever been, and are also the most polarized...

The Home Front: Would new federal Land Management rules limit free...

The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel today reports how critics of proposed Bureau of Land Management rules in Colorado "say they would limit free speech,...

Why The Denver Post’s pot editor has to ‘remain sober at...

  Awww, man, why? Dude. Duuuuude. Why? A recent profile of The Denver Post's marijuana editor Ricardo Baca by the Time Inc.-operated breakfast-themed website Extra Crispy came...