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
Colorado Democrats will pursue mandatory waiting period for gun buyers, safe-storage measure in 2021
The legislation is modeled after policies passed in other states, but it's sure to draw Republican objections
New Year, new minimum wage: Colorado’s hourly rate jumps to $12.32 an hour
The increase worries businesses already reeling from pandemic restrictions, including restaurants where tipped workers will get $9.30 an hour. Others say it’s long overdue.
Colorado Convention Center bidding misconduct leads to $9 million settlement
Trammel Crow Company and Mortenson Construction must pay $4.5 million each and issue a public apology to the city, according to the settlement.
A plaque near Denver’s historic Chinatown marks a race riot. Its critics see it as an opportunity.
An effort to replace the Lower Downtown marker has raised the possibility of reconciling a painful chapter in the city’s history -- and reimagining a new Asian district
Inmates in Colorado, across the U.S. facing big coronavirus risks are not atop vaccine lists
More than 249,000 inmates have tested positive and nearly 1,700 have died from COVID-19 nationwide. At a prison in Colorado last week, nearly three-quarters of inmates caught the virus.
Changing priorities shaped Susana Cordova’s relationship with the Denver school board
The relationship between Cordova and the board is more nuanced than the open hostility implied by her supporters.
In “To Walk Humbly,” a historical novel, the Ku Klux Klan’s influence is on display
Author Laurie Marr Wasmund invokes 1920s Denver landmarks in an excerpt where the Klan appeals to the business interests of prospective members
Laurie Marr Wasmund watched a single volume of her historical novel blossom into a trilogy
The author of "To Walk Humbly" mixed Colorado's real-life heroes and villains of the 1920s with fictional characters in this final installment of the White Winter Trilogy
With plywood, glue and a lot of love, an Arvada couple is giving Colorado kids a place to study — one desk at a time
What began as a one-man hobby to help kids studying at home during the pandemic has turned into a volunteer operation to build 150 desks and counting.
Fact check: Removal of Dominion Voting Systems document from Colorado website was temporary
Dominion Voting Systems, which is based in Denver, has faced a slew of false fraud claims in recent weeks, many of which the AP has debunked.
Colorado governor unveils new coronavirus restrictions aimed at preventing lockdowns
Coronavirus is running so rampant in many counties -- including Denver, Adams and Jefferson -- they should already be locked down under metrics defining the state’s old dial system.
Testing alone won’t be enough to stem Colorado’s surge of coronavirus cases
Health officials warn that the tried and true advice of tests -- plus “austere behavior” -- offers the best chance to control the virus
Denver-based VF Corp adds NYC’s Supreme to its slick brand roster
Supreme is expected to add modestly to VF’s revenue and adjusted earnings per share in 2021
Denver orders city residents to be home by 10 p.m. in attempt to slow coronavirus
The new restrictions in Denver come after Gov. Jared Polis on Thursday, along with Colorado's top epidemiologist, warned coronavirus is circulating in the state at its highest rate since the pandemic began