Clean electrification mandates for big trucks come at a big cost, and new grants can defray company expenses
After decades of closures, a new 40-bed psych unit in Aurora may represent a U-turn in mental health care
The state-of-the-art unit will open this summer at UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital, alleviating crowded emergency rooms filled with people in mental health crisis
How is Colorado doing in shutting down coal power plants?
New national EPA rules show we’re ahead of the game. Here’s how we got there.
What’s Working: Front Range rents were mostly flat in April. Here’s how they’ve changed over four years.
Fort Collins and Colorado Springs metro areas outpaced the Denver metro for rent hikes since 2019. Plus: Median home prices fell last month but not enough for many renters.
A newly approved boat-in campground hopes to make rafting the Colorado River more accessible
Kampa Lampa Campground is set to open in early August. Owner Kathy Haas says marketing will be “no problem.”
Why was your utility bill so high this past winter? Blame the drought — and California.
As the drought cut California’s hydropower production, the utilities in state scrambled to buy natural gas, driving up costs across the West
What are the health impacts of high-potency THC? Colorado researchers looked at 452 studies to find out.
The “scoping review” was ordered by the state legislature in 2021 over concerns about how high-potency cannabis could be impacting public health in Colorado
Colorado legislature asks voters to approve 10-year property tax relief plan, make $2B in taxpayer refund checks equal
The Colorado General Assembly ended its 120-day lawmaking term Monday night by putting a measure on the November ballot
A decade after marijuana legalization, Grand Junction finally has rules for recreational cannabis sales
Would-be sellers of weed say they lost millions in the 2 years it took the Mesa County city to create rules for issuing 10 retail licenses
Civitas pauses fight to tap oil and gas under Boulder County open space, as battle looms for land near Aurora Reservoir
The 5-year court battle over mineral leases under 552 acres south of Longmont ended with one of Colorado’s biggest producers putting the Blue Paintbrush project on hold indefinitely