A new law requires the promising renewable energy to be produced in a “green” way. What’s the difference?
Broomfield closing 16-year-old 1stBank Center, plans to knock it down by next spring
Built to jump-start development at the city’s edge, 1stBank Center is heavily in debt and siphoning cash from other urban renewal zones to pay its bills
Governor dedicates May 24, 2023, as Christian Glass Day in remembrance of 22-year-old killed by police
Glass’ family received a record $19 million settlement after he was killed by a Clear Creek sheriff’s deputy last year while suffering a mental health crisis
Douglas County School Board member resigns, cites lack of action against racism
Elected in 2019, Elizabeth Hanson says case where 8th grader was pulled from school after racist attacks on social media is not isolated.
Colorado GOP paid no staff in April while fundraising lags under chairman Dave Williams
The newly elected party chair is mum on whether the state GOP has employees or is just using volunteers. It’s the first time in at least 20 years the party hasn’t paid anyone.
Colorado repealed law limiting municipal internet, making it easier for towns to build their own
More than 160 cities, towns and counties opted out of Senate Bill 152, and some built their own gigabit service that was 4,000 times faster. But there were other reasons for the repeal.
Colorado fails to monitor water quality from factory farms, judge says
Ruling says the state health department has violated Colorado law and must add a new layer of controls
Family of Christian Glass gets $19 million settlement stemming from fatal police shooting
The 22-year-old Colorado man was suffering a mental health crisis when he was killed by a Clear Creek sheriff’s deputy.
Chevron’s $7.6B purchase of PDC Energy creates the biggest oil and gas company in Colorado
Denver-based PDC Energy’s share price sagged under concerns over increased regulation, but the company has received 1,000 drilling permits in the last 10 months
Snowmelt is swelling Colorado’s rivers, but much more snow is still waiting in the high country
High spring runoff is contributing to road closures, flooding and even gaping sinkholes.