Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg confirmed Washington’s withdrawal in a tweet Saturday night, calling him “an excellent nominee” and blaming undeserved and partisan attacks
Biden appointment of Denver airport CEO to run FAA delayed amid GOP opposition
On Wednesday, a Senate committee indefinitely postponed a vote on the nomination of Denver airport CEO Phillip Washington.
Aurora dentist killed his wife by lacing her protein shakes with poison, police say
James Craig allegedly Googled questions like, “Is Arsenic Detectable in Autopsy?”
Aurora man faces murder charges in wife’s poisoning death
James Toliver Craig was arrested and booked into jail early Sunday
Feds want U.S. Supreme Court justices to end Navajo fight for Colorado River water
The tribe doesn’t have enough water and says that the federal government is at fault
Ski resorts in Colorado and around the world are embracing a new role: climate activist
While many resorts are focused on reducing their emissions, others are going much further, leveraging their influence to shift public opinion and pass legislation.
Feds spend $2.4 million on cloud seeding for Colorado River
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation granted $2.4 million Thursday for cloud seeding in the Upper Colorado River Basin.
Great Plains tribes get Colorado bison as they seek to restore bond with animal
Dozens of bison from a mountain park outside Denver have been transferred to several tribes from across the Great Plains.
Son of victim in Boulder grocery store mass shooting sues gun-maker Ruger
Nathaniel Getz, whose mother, Suzanne Fountain, was killed at the Boulder King Soopers, filed the lawsuit. He is the first relative of the 10 victims to do so.
Denver to pay $1.6M to protesters injured by police in 2020
Andy McNulty, an attorney who represented the protesters, said the officers’ tactics were “brutal and intolerable in a society that believes in freedom of speech”