The Colorado Sun spoke with local lawmakers about upcoming priorities during the 2023 legislative session.
Colorado newspapers turned into nonprofits, researchers mapped news in each county, and more
The Colorado Sun’s political reporter and editor Jesse Paul discussed with political reporters about the 2022 election season, their experiences, stories and perspectives.
Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) director Shoshana Lew, mountain community leaders and environmental advocates will pitch in on plans to solve the Floyd Hill pinch, what climate change means for fire evacuation in mountain communities, and whether we will ever get that mountain train on the way to cutting pollution, in a forum led by […]
Part two: Tumultuous Topics on the Classroom will focus on looking at current events in the classrooms and how teachers can strategically approach these issues in politically polarized times. The event series is open to anyone interested about learning about the topics, helping others learn about fact vs. fiction. Information shared during the three-part series […]
A wildfire that ignited Saturday afternoon near the National Center for Atmospheric Research prompted the evacuation of homes in a large area of south Boulder, including the Table Mesa neighborhood and Eldorado Springs and Sans Souci. At least 19,000 people were ordered to flee about 8,000 homes. By Sunday morning the fire had burned about […]
The Colorado Sun continues to grow. Olivia Sun has been named as the first staff photojournalist to join our growing team, thanks to a partnership with Report for America, a national service program that places journalists into local newsrooms to report on under-covered issues and communities. Sun (no, she wasn’t selected because of her last […]
BOULDER — Detectives have finished collecting evidence at a Colorado supermarket where a gunman killed 10 people two weeks ago, but the store is still closed, police said Monday. District Attorney Michael Dougherty had described the investigation at the store in Boulder as painstaking, with investigators going through every shelf and pulling out each item […]
Republican lawmakers, including Colorado’s Lauren Boebert, are objecting to new metal detectors outside the U.S. House chamber that were added as a security precaution following last week’s deadly attack on the Capitol. Louisiana Rep. Steve Scalise, the No. 2 House Republican, said Tuesday that the metal detectors were designed to impede lawmakers from voting and […]
Imagine, for a moment, that you live in a rural Colorado community of, say, 1,000 people. Then imagine a major news event happening in your town. You know, like a dangerous pandemic, invisible and deadly, that threatens your neighbors, your friends, your family. Where do you go for the latest information on health guidelines, on […]