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Why these Colorado journalists wear masks, and other local media news...

To mask or not to mask. For some Coloradans in the news business, that's not even a question. From a recent news-behind-the-news item produced by Denver...

GOP lawmakers seek to roll back police transparency reforms A proposed...

Republican lawmakers have introduced a bill that would make it harder for the public to access completed police internal affairs investigations into officer misconduct...

Reporter let go: ‘I’ll be rooting for The Greeley Tribune’  Your weekly...

Recent downsizing is re-shaping another northern Colorado newspaper, this time the Swift Communications-owned broadsheet in Greeley. The newsroom is down a handful of people, from around 13...

Police officers who lie could be banned from serving in Colorado...

Here’s the good news: about 99.5% of the nearly 14,000 cops in Colorado are not fired for knowingly lying in police reports, when they’re...

Polis says he’ll sign police transparency bill — to watchdogs’ relief

Advocates for government accountability were alarmed to learn Gov. Jared Polis was undecided on whether to veto a bill to expand police transparency in...

When Colorado cops police themselves, the public can be left in...

Editor's note: This bill passed the state House and Senate and, as of March 28, just needs the governor's signature to become law. When...
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