Colorado school districts are hiring teachers to start work before they graduate amid educator shortage
Hurting for teachers, resort towns are hiring more educators who don’t yet have a degree. It’s a practice some worry could be “abused.”
This is the first net-zero affordable housing project in Colorado’s high country. It certainly won’t be the last.
Despite the extra building cost, a 27-unit affordable housing community near Basalt is embracing a “net-zero” technique
Colorado mountain communities vote “yes” on new short-term rental fees but reject heavier regulation
Voters in end-of-the-road Crested Butte and Telluride stopped short of restrictions intended to slow and limit short-term rentals in the tourist-dependent communities.
A flurry of policy experiments in Colorado serves as “regional laboratory” for regulating, limiting short-term rentals
Crackdown on short-term rental properties across Colorado mirrors national effort as communities grapple with escalating home prices and a shrinking workforce.
A new rule to slash oil and gas emissions appeals to the industry, but Colorado activists worry it won’t work
The proposed "intensity target" rule aims to slash carbon emissions from the oil and gas industry by 60%. But the targets are based on data that doesn’t exist.
You’ve seen the murals. Now meet the pro snowboarder behind them.
Pat Milbery channels lessons from carving snow into bright murals across Colorado. “He almost embodies his design,” said the Avon official who hired him.
Colorado mountain, resort communities are rebounding — and then some — from coronavirus-scarred 2020
Despite grim projections last spring, many of Colorado’s high-country resort communities saw waves of in-state visitors in the fall and early winter fill local coffers.
Cops on skis keep the peace at Vail and Beaver Creek. But they’re more likely to lend a friendly mitten.
One-of-a-kind patrols have been a fixture at Eagle County ski areas for 16 years, though loss of lift privileges may be the biggest incentive for safe behavior.
Colorado Classic women’s pro cycling race is called off because of coronavirus concerns
Organizers pull the plug on the fourth running of the four-stage, all-women cycling race across the state as the state tightens restrictions to control recent surge in the pandemic.
Trains could return to Colorado’s Tennessee Pass, rumble through Leadville under pair of proposals
A billionaire-backed agricultural outfit in southeast Colorado and a fledgling oil railroad project in Utah want to run trains on Union Pacific’s long dormant tracks between Cañon City and Dotsero.