Discussions to address homelessness are needed, but they don’t tell us what mayoral candidates envision for Denver in 20 or 30 years
Littwin: Late-breaking Denver mayoral race update — 17 candidates and not a single front runner
In the latest poll, the leading candidates are all at 5%, barely ahead of the margin of error, which is at a competitive 4.9%
Carman: It’s boring, I know, but the Denver mayoral race is too important to ignore
Denver is in a bad way, and it’s time to start focusing on the candidates for mayor who can address the problems
Littwin: Good news from the Dilbert front. It might be possible to be too obviously racist.
Columnist Mike Littwin found good news on the Dilbert front: He hasn’t seen too many Scott Adams defenders — besides Elon Musk, of course — among the usual cast of culture-war suspects.
Colorado grocery, convenience stores uncork wine sales starting March 1
Trader Joe’s, Safeway and King Soopers all plan to immediately sell wine in their stores.
Many kids in universal preschool will likely end up in school districts. Will that shutter community providers?
Colorado’s expanded preschool program will serve 3-year-olds who need more schooling before kindergarten. With districts managing state funding for those kids, community providers worry they will meet a financial cliff.
Littwin: The big news in Dominion’s defamation suit is why Fox kept up the Big Lie
Columnist Mike Littwin writes that the big news from the Dominion Voting Systems lawsuit against Fox News is why the network kept up the Big Lie.
Drew Litton: Will the crowded Denver mayoral campaign be a circus…or just Goofy?
Cartoonist Drew Litton sees wide open in the competition to run Colorado’s largest city. Will the campaign be a circus — or just Goofy?
“What’d I Miss?”: Trying to make sense of election law penalties
In “What’d I Miss?” Ossie and Myra wonder why the penalties for election law violations seem so random, depending on where — or who — you are.
Littwin: The mass shootings never seem to end, but one analysis says there may still be hope
A Washington Post story five years ago showed 187,000 kids had been affected by school shootings since Columbine. Now it’s 338,000.