A Colorado Parks and Wildlife employee power-washes invasive mussels off a boat that was attempting to come into Navajo Reservoir, in southwest Colorado, from Lake Powell in Arizona. CPW has seen a record number of mussel-infested boats attempting to launch into Colorado bodies of water this year. (Photo courtesy of Colorado Parks and Wildlife)

How the Southwest’s drought has led to a record-breaking increase in invasive mussels on boats coming into Colorado

Lake Powell’s low water levels have given invasive mussels an easier way to latch onto boats and hitchhike into Colorado

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Coronavirus made us all “preppers.” And people who’ve been doing it for years aren’t saying “we told you so.”

Fortitude Ranch, a chain of affordable prepper country clubs with two locations the Colorado mountains, sold out of space once the gravity of COVID-19 spread.

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Colorado is releasing incarcerated kids early because of coronavirus

The Division of Youth Services has already sent 22 young people to early parole and is evaluating about 300 others.