Climbing coronavirus cases in Colorado’s high country aren’t tracking back to ski resorts
Health officials in eight counties have not traced positive tests back to lift lines, chairlifts or ski slopes.
Lauren Boebert vowed to shake things up in Congress. She has delivered in her first week.
The high school dropout with a history of minor run-ins with the law used her first tumultuous week in office to cement her far-right and extremist credentials while also setting off a widespread roar of criticism
Small Colorado mountain counties aren’t sure how bad their COVID situation is. So they’re testing the masses.
Gunnison, Ouray and San Miguel counties have teamed up with the state to hold mass testing events for people -- with and without coronavirus symptoms -- to “know what we don’t know”
Colorado is expected to certify its election results soon — and without controversy
A recount in a district attorney race is the outstanding step before the book closes on the 2020 election and the Electoral College meets Dec. 14
E-bike rules for BLM, Forest Service trails both thrill and rile backcountry users
As federal land managers consider opening trails to electric bicycles, conversations about new opportunities for access to public lands mixes with concerns about impacts to wildlife and traditional non-motorized travelers.
Colorado opens statewide in-person voting with rules designed to prevent coronavirus outbreaks
Counties across the state have set up voting procedures to address health guidelines and voter fears about COVID-19, using money from the federal CARES Act to buy everything from gloves to disposable pens.
In Colorado’s hard-to-count communities, census outreach and coronavirus support are one and the same
Another shift in deadline -- the Census Bureau now must continue until Oct. 31 -- throws a wrench into the mix
COVID exodus fills vacation towns, including Colorado’s high-country destinations, with new medical pressures
From the shores of Long Island to the resorts of the Rocky Mountains, traditional vacation destinations have seen a major influx of affluent people relocating to wait out the pandemic
Convicted of illegal voting. Then not. Then convicted again: A small Colorado town’s 4-year-old election saga continues
After a district court judge tossed out Marie Rossmiller’s conviction for voting in the wrong precinct in a 2016 municipal election in Pitkin, a lower court reviewed the case and in July found her guilty again
Are you wearing your mask? Because public health officials in Colorado are watching you to find out.
Tri-County Health Department has been dispatching volunteers to conduct mask surveys since April. Now Boulder and Gunnison counties are starting their own coronavirus recon missions.
Audio: Second-home owners try to rally political power in Gunnison County after ban
Jason Blevins talks with KUNC's Colorado Edition about his latest story
Gunnison County second-home owners, sour from being temporarily banned during coronavirus, gear up for political fight
Outside money in local elections worries Commissioner Jonathan Houck. “This is a litmus test for all resort communities,” he said.
Threats, vandalism, job loss: Colorado’s public health officials are under attack as they respond to coronavirus
Across the state, public health departments are facing a barrage of vitriol as they respond to the pandemic. Some officials have up and quit under the pressure, while others who stay say they fear for their safety.
Great blue herons claim a dreamy stretch of river near Crested Butte for high-altitude love nests
18 nesting pairs of great blue herons got a little help from their human neighbors to keep floating parties off the Slate River until the chicks fledge.
Eagle County rolls out welcome mat, says “summer of the part-time resident” will aid coronavirus recovery
As Colorado resort counties wrangle with pandemic-ruined summer plans, some are focused on locals and a trickle of out-of-towners. The Vail Valley is asking second-home owners to come home again.
A small western Colorado town’s Memorial Day message: Please stay away
Marble — a 56-mile drive from Aspen by way of state highways 82 and 133 — will remain closed to people who live 10 miles or more outside of the town
Colorado sewage treatment plants are examining your poop for coronavirus clues. Seriously.
Humans begin to shed coronavirus in their feces within three days of infection, which could provide a heads up on outbreaks. At least three Colorado water treatment systems are studying poo for warning signs.
Warnings are working (for now) to keep visitors out of Colorado’s high country. But tickets, legal battles loom.
A complex map of coronavirus restrictions raises legal issues for district attorneys in Colorado's high country who may have to prosecute people who violate health orders.
United tried to cut flights to Gunnison using some questionable geographic reasoning. The feds said no.
United Airlines, staggering after coronavirus shutdowns required 80% reduction in flights, asked to end flights to Gunnison, but federal regulators said no. Flights will continue, even though they're only 10% full.
Skier killed in avalanche near Crested Butte
The Colorado Avalanche Information Center says the skier was among four people who were skiing Tuesday on Mount Emmons