Removing TikTok would harm Colorado small business and remove an inclusive avenue for underrepresented communities to amplify their voices.
Slang, emojis, disappearing messages help dealers move sales from shady, dark alleys to your phone while evading law enforcement
“We know young people are suffering. A part of that is social media,” Attorney General Phil Weiser said Monday in an update to the nationwide probe into the popular video platform.
The Aurora transplant is earning million of likes by showing that Colorado trails aren’t just for the wealthy, white, musclebound bros
When you go through his TikTok account, Michael Mitchell could be held up as an example of what happens when you spend too much time at high altitude. The videos show him carrying his slim, tan figure and wholesome, golden haircut up steep trails as fast as most of us walk a sidewalk in downtown […]
By Marcy Gordon, The Associated Press WASHINGTON — State attorneys general have launched a nationwide investigation into TikTok and its possible harmful effects on young users’ mental health, widening government scrutiny of the wildly popular video platform. The investigation was announced Wednesday by a number of states led by California, Florida, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New […]
Four Front Range millennials are tasting wines at Sauvage Spectrum winery in Palisade following a morning of river rafting and hiking. As they work their way through plastic cups of unfiltered and sparkling wines nestled in muffin tins, the conversation around their outdoor table goes like this: “This reminds me of kombucha, which I love.” […]
When schools switched to remote learning last spring as the pandemic took hold, Crystal Gonzales, a mother of five, wondered “How am I going to do this?” The Alamosa resident was juggling two part-time jobs and five children from a toddler to teenagers. With her kids at home and trying to help them focus on […]