In “What’d I Miss?” Ossie and Myra discuss a recent study on life expectancy — and the unfortunate inevitability that people will die over political differences.
It’s the ultimate Colorado dream: Pack up the house, rent it out and load up the RV for an extended road trip. Drive around in your self-contained world, stop when you want, listen to a river roll by while sipping your coffee. And go with the knowledge that you’re not stuck in any one place […]
Colorado pedestrians and cyclists are being injured or killed by motorists at alarming rates, and more needs to be done to solve it
Jeff Hammond spends day after day along the Arkansas River, in the cold and the heat and the wind, telling people to put on their life jackets, or making sure they have a permit to camp, or — sometimes — performing rescues like the one in which he pulled a mom, her daughter and their […]
Hundreds of employees leave as union of Rocky Mountain Prep and STRIVE Prep spawns tense, chaotic year
Chris Arnis was with his crew, carving spring snow on his home hill. It was a good Sunday for the lifelong skier. It was a little shy of 4 p.m., March 15, 2015, when it happened. Arnis, a ski coach in Steamboat Springs, hit some deep ruts where a speed-controlling fence had just been pulled […]
This story was produced by Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting, a nonprofit news organization. Get their investigations emailed to you directly by signing up at revealnews.org/newsletter. By Will Evans, Rachel de Leon, Katharine Mieszkowski, Soo Oh, Andrew Donohue, Esther Kaplan, Matt Thompson and Nikki Frick, Reveal On Cyber Monday 2014, Amazon operations chief Dave […]
Oh, they say wear a mask for safety’s sake. Are they kidding? Fear grips the heart and throat of merchants when they cannot fully see a black or brown face: male or female. Masks intimidate. Suspect just by being alive. Complicated. We wish for normal more than others because we are aware what the masks […]