Colorado Media Project
Hutchins’ year in review: Here’s what happened in Colorado’s media world in 2021
New startups and ownership changes could reshape our local news landscape, Colorado media critic Corey Hutchins writes
How a rural Colorado traffic stop left a man dead and a sheriff’s deputy facing criminal charges
In the 11 months since Zach Gifford, the unarmed passenger in a car pulled over for a traffic violation, was shot and killed by Kiowa County Sheriff's officers, charges have been filed against a deputy. But his family and friends still have unanswered questions.
Opinion: Some Colorado newspapers are rethinking criminal justice coverage
The national racial justice reckoning lately is involving publications that are atoning for past wrongs by rethinking the way race is considered in, among other things, criminal justice coverage.
Opinion: Voluntary, piecemeal actions by online companies to cut down on misinformation are not enough
We need to have a substantive conversation about accountability, transparency, and regulation of social media platforms.
Hutchins’ year in review: Here’s what happened in Colorado’s media world in 2020
Good riddance to a bad year of layoffs, furloughs and further cuts. But it also saw greater collaboration.
On Edge: A coronavirus survivor in Denver finds her footing amid her fears
Elizabeth Torres lost her grandfather to COVID-19. Soon after his death, she began to feel that she was losing herself.
On Edge: In a rural Eastern Plains community plagued by drought, stigma won’t be easy to overcome
Week after rainless week throughout the growing season has wounded not just local farmland, but also the emotional landscape
On Edge: First, COVID took this Colorado man’s friends, then it took his health
A backyard pool table provided a beachhead of normalcy, until 81-year-old Eddie Kemm came down with coronavirus