Students and faculty from the University of Colorado School of Medicine’s Anschutz Medical Campus on the west steps of the Capitol. The seventh day of protests in the Capitol Hill area of Denver, Colorado, on Wednesday, June 3, 2020. Photo Steve Peterson

Black Lives Matter protests may have slowed overall spread of coronavirus in Denver and other cities, new study finds

While the protests brought thousands of people together, they likely caused many more to stay home, a research team including a University of Colorado Denver professor concluded

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Colorado governor pardons 2,732 people with convictions for possessing up to one ounce of marijuana

House Bill 1424 gave Gov. Jared Polis the ability to pardon people with convictions for possessing up to two ounces of marijuana, but he opted to act only on cases where people were convicted of possessing one ounce or less of cannabis

Colorado releases its plan to slash greenhouse gases, leaving some environmental groups wanting more

The Colorado Greenhouse Pollution Reduction Roadmap, nine months in the making, quickly drew flak when it was released on Wednesday

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Bicycle retailers are seeing unprecedented sales. But the supply chain is tight and new bikes are hard to find.

As the coronavirus pandemic spurred stay-at-home measures across the United States this year, Coloradans increasingly turned to biking.