A crack that emerged in the deck of the eastbound lanes of U.S. 36 on July 12, 2019, was declared a full-blown sink hole as the supporting earthen structure slowly collapsed into Westminster's Lower Church Ranch open space on July 15, 2019. The damage is northwest of a bridge over an active rail line near West 104th Avenue in Westminster. People walked from the nearby shopping center to look at the damage. (Doug Conarroe, Special to The Colorado Sun)

Who will pay to rebuild damaged U.S. 36 is unclear, but taxpayers may be stuck with some costs

The contract with the road's toll operator, Plenary Roads Denver, says the state may be responsible for any lost revenue

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More than 46,000 doses of coronavirus vaccine will soon head to Colorado. Here’s what happens next.

The federal government is controlling distribution of the vaccines and is allocating them to states based on population size. That means Colorado, with 1.69% of the nation’s population, will get 1.69% of the available supply.

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What happened when the only ER doctor in a rural Colorado town caught coronavirus

With Kurt Papenfus sick, the hospital in Cheyenne Wells scrambled to find a replacement

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John Hickenlooper spent $41 million to win Colorado’s U.S. Senate race, far surpassing Cory Gardner

In the 3rd Congressional District, Lauren Boebert defeated her Democratic opponent despite being outspent 2 to 1, new records show