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The coronavirus crippled Colorado’s state budget. Here’s what you should know....

A new economic forecast by the nonpartisan Legislative Council estimates Colorado faces a $3.3 billion budget shortfall this coming fiscal year, a historic drop...

Federal judge orders Weld County sheriff to protect health of jail...

A federal judge Monday ruled the treatment of inmates in the Weld County jail during the COVID-19 pandemic violated constitutional protections against cruel and...

Reformers want Polis to commute the sentences of more inmates during...

Criminal justice reformers are calling on Gov. Jared Polis to commute the sentences of more inmates in Colorado's prisons in response to the COVID-19...

Target: Colorado. New statewide digital news outlet is launching to cover...

A new statewide nonprofit digital news outlet with robust but undisclosed funding will launch in the coming months to cover public affairs in Colorado. An editor and a...

ICE moves hundreds of detainees in and out of the Aurora...

Immigration and Customs Enforcement has moved 776 detainees into a privately-run detention center in Aurora in the approximate eight weeks since the first case...

Greene: Denver pastor and COVID victim to leave hospital after seven...

Big T is back.  I am over the moon to report that the Rev. Terrance Hughes, after about seven weeks on a ventilator with severe,...

Littwin: As country begins to reopen, Fauci asks how much death...

You can call the reopening of America’s businesses an experiment. I’ll call it a gamble, and we know what the stakes are. I’ll let Dr....

Coloradans still have questions about filing for COVID-19 unemployment. We have...

More than 358,000 Coloradans have filed for unemployment over the past six weeks, in an unprecedented wave that reflects the nationwide job-loss and economic...

Polis places moratorium on evictions through May Housing advocates say the...

Gov. Jared Polis issued an executive order suspending evictions late Thursday night, joining most states in the U.S. to temporarily outlaw removing renters from...

How COVID-era Colorado newspapers asking for money say they’ll spend it...

The family-owned Grand Junction Daily Sentinel on the Western Slope is the latest Colorado newspaper to ask its readers to give it money beyond paying for a...
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