Aurora and Colorado Springs want more water. The proposed solution — a new reservoir — would have far-reaching impacts.
Two of Colorado's largest cities are working together because they have the same problem: Planners don’t think they have enough water where they are to support the cities’ expected growth.
Park County’s only primary care doctor retired 8 years ago. A replacement still hasn’t been found.
It’s a stark example of the persistent difficulty in recruiting young talent for the daunting workloads facing Colorado’s most isolated medical outposts.
Colorado’s Aerospace Alley prepares for Space Command move to Alabama
In February, the Defense Department — operating under new President Joe Biden — announced it would investigate the circumstances behind Trump’s Space Command decision
RTD wants more housing near stations. It may sacrifice parking spots to make that happen.
RTD is expected to vote Tuesday on a new transit-oriented development policy that would make 35% of housing units built on its properties affordable.
Only 41 Bureau of Land Management employees moved west. Nearly 300 left the agency instead of relocating.
Of the 328 positions slated to move out West when the move was announced, 287 headquarter employees chose to retire or found new employment
New RTD boss questions wisdom of still pursuing the long-promised Denver-Boulder train
RTD promised the line in 2004 as part of the voter-approved FasTracks program, but rising costs have delayed the project by decades
“Of course it feels unsafe”: Colorado prisons face staffing crisis as scores of guards, inmates catch coronavirus
Already, parole officers have been offered overtime pay to serve as prison guards and help with basic operations inside the locked facilities
It’ll be years before Colorado jobs bounce back from the coronavirus
Annual University of Colorado forecast projects the state will add 40,000 workers in 2021, not enough to offset the 148,800 lost this year
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
State lawmaker in wheelchair puts Colorado Capitol access in spotlight
Democrat David Ortiz, an Army veteran, survived a catastrophic helicopter crash eight years ago while serving in Afghanistan. The accident left him without sensation or muscle control below his waist.
Mask rules in jails vary from county to county as pandemic worsens in Colorado
In El Paso County, site of one of the largest coronavirus outbreaks in the state people who are jailed only recently started receiving cloth masks to protect themselves
Colorado hotels are struggling to survive coronavirus
Denver-area hotels were less than half full in October.
Mesa County goes from being a coronavirus success story to a cautionary tale
It took Mesa County the first four months of the pandemic to record its first 100 cases. It's had thousands more in the past few weeks.
Old stage scenery from Leadville’s Tabor Opera House sat moldering for years. Now, it’s considered a treasure.
That stage scenery, along with more pieces added in later years, has been in the Tabor attic under layers of coal and bat guano dust for more than a century.
Coronavirus “long haulers” in Colorado suffer symptoms weeks, months later
In Colorado, dozens of people report a wide range of lingering symptoms including shortness of breath, elevated heart rate, fatigue and malaise, headaches, gastrointestinal issues, body aches, brain fog and more.
Vaping waste is a whole new headache for schools and cities, including in Colorado
Vaping also has created a less discussed new environmental problem in discarded pens and the abundant pods that come with them