Drool for school: Colorado schools add saliva testing to slow spread of coronavirus in the classroom
Regular testing of elementary school kids aims to ID asymptomatic cases and keep disease from shutting down in-person learning this spring
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
Lauren Boebert is sued in federal court for blocking constituent on Twitter
Bri Buentello, a former Democratic state representative who lives in Pueblo, brought the legal action on Sunday
Lauren Boebert’s spokesman resigns after less than a month, citing U.S. Capitol riot
Ben Goldey confirmed his departure to The Colorado Sun after it was first reported on Saturday by Axios
Jeffco Public Schools will bring middle and high school students back to classrooms in late January
Around the state, districts that have been remote since November are bringing students back in phases
What’s Working: How ID.me will help get the jobless paid, a Denver program offering employers $6,000 to hire
Unemployment updates, fraud alerts, Paycheck loans and a list of what could come in the next federal relief plan.
“Soyala: Daughter of the Desert” brings to life the great migration of the Pueblo people
Through historical fiction, Cindy Burkart Maynard tells the tale of the 13th-century people in the Four Corners region and why they may have left
Cindy Burkart Maynard’s visits to the archeological sites of ancient Puebloans sparked a novel idea
The author of "Soyala: Daughter of the Desert" produced a work of historical fiction that adds to the speculation about abandonment of a Four Corners civilization
Colorado sues Bureau of Land Management over Western Slope management plan from William Perry Pendley
The state’s argument that Pendley, the BLM’s “acting director,” did not have the authority to approve anything mirrors a federal case in Montana that overturned three resource-management plans.
Climbing coronavirus cases in Colorado’s high country aren’t tracking back to ski resorts
Health officials in eight counties have not traced positive tests back to lift lines, chairlifts or ski slopes.
Colorado sending at least 200 National Guard troops to Washington for Joe Biden’s inauguration
Gov. Jared Polis said he is deploying the Colorado National Guard troops at the request of the Washington, D.C., National Guard
Colorado governor releases final plan to reduce emissions by 90%. It’s still too vague, environmentalists say.
The Air Quality Control Commission is responsible for reducing carbon dioxide emissions from millions of vehicles and industrial and office buildings
Colorado unemployment office plans to use biometric ID verification to battle fraud
Fraud prevention measures have held up new federal jobless benefits to those on pandemic unemployment. “We are walking a tightrope here,” said Joe Barela, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment’s executive director.
Lauren Boebert vowed to shake things up in Congress. She has delivered in her first week.
The high school dropout with a history of minor run-ins with the law used her first tumultuous week in office to cement her far-right and extremist credentials while also setting off a widespread roar of criticism
An environmental group claims 70% of Colorado’s greenhouse gas emissions come from oil and gas. But that’s in dispute.
350 Colorado’s worst-case scenario modeling suggests oil and gas should be gone from the state by 2030 to slow climate change.
How many Coloradans need to get vaccinated to reach coronavirus herd immunity? It’s complicated.
It's not just a matter of giving enough shots. A bunch of other factors — like the effectiveness of the vaccine, how people mix in society and how the virus itself might mutate — come into play.
Colorado marijuana sales exceeded $2 billion in 2020
The state collected about $32 million in taxes and fees from marijuana sales in November alone
Navajo Nation, New Mexico reach settlements over Gold King Mine spill
Under the settlement with the Navajo Nation, Sunnyside Gold Corp. — a subsidiary of Canada’s Kinross Gold — will pay the tribe $10 million
Colorado Olympian Klete Keller charged with taking part in U.S. Capitol riot
The 38-year-old competed in the 2000, 2004 and 2008 Summer Olympics