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Denver Post journalists report on their personal financial realities Your weekly...

One reporter can't afford a 200-square-foot studio apartment in Denver. Another wants to fix the trunk of her car that's been broken for a year. Yet another would like to...

MEDIA: Shotgun blasts shut down Colorado newspaper presses Your weekly roundup...

Readers of The Loveland Reporter-Herald and The Longmont Times-Call didn't get their papers delivered Saturday morning, but it wasn't a storm or power outage that stopped the presses. Instead, it was a...

Thornton councilwoman agrees not to ban or block people on her...

A federal court has ordered Thornton City Council member Jan Kulmann to unblock two Coloradans from her Facebook page and "refrain from blocking/banning any...

UPDATED | Lawsuit: Can a city councilwoman in Colorado ban constituents...

UPDATE, Oct. 22: A federal court has ordered the councilwoman to unblock the plaintiffs from her Facebook page and "refrain from blocking/banning any individuals...

Christian cake maker in Lakewood is now suing Colorado in federal...

Following a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in June that sided with a Christian baker over a never-baked wedding cake for a gay couple in Colorado,...

An update on campus free speech in Colorado

During last year's legislative session, Democratic and Republican legislators came together in a unanimous kumbaya moment to pass a new law expanding free speech on public university campuses— although...

Federal Lawsuit: District Attorney Dan May’s office filed criminal charges to...

Prosecutors in Colorado Springs stand accused of retaliating against a man who sought to publicly criticize their decision to press charges against him. A civil...

Wiretap: As Puerto Rico reels after Hurricane Maria, Trump calls his...

The people in Puerto Rico may not agree, but Donald Trump believes he merits an A+ for his administration's relief work following Hurricane Maria....

How Trump’s budget could affect public radio in Southwest Colorado

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting makes up about .01 percent of the nation's nearly $4 trillion federal budget, which, The Durango Herald pointed out this...

Colorado just banned ‘free speech zones’ on campus. Here’s what that...

Maybe you went to a candidate rally on a Colorado university campus this campaign season and spotted a sign with an arrow directing you...