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Colorado man to remain jailed after attack on US Capitol

Colorado man to remain jailed after attack on US Capitol

A federal judge in Washington, D.C., has denied bail for a Colorado geophysicist
How expensive is it to call Colorado jails and prisons? Lawmakers want to find out.

How expensive is it to call Colorado jails and prisons? Lawmakers want to find out.

Lawmakers have a plan to force transparency into the costs to families and inmates.
Colorado bill would prohibit traveling animal show

Colorado bill would prohibit traveling animal show

The bill only applies to performances that fall under all three categories: travel, performance and exotic animals.
Thought that was it': Runner recalls Boulder store shooting

Thought that was it': Runner recalls Boulder store shooting

The 25-year-old distance runner was working in the pharmacy at the King Soopers supermarket in Boulder
Record unemployment, massive bailouts, new businesses: Colorado’s pandemic economy is a shifting landscape

Record unemployment, massive bailouts, new businesses: Colorado’s pandemic economy is a shifting landscape

The pandemic-induced recession has thrown businesses, workers, economists and health officials plenty of curveballs over the last 13 months
Write ill of the dead? Obits rarely cross that taboo as they look for the positive in people's lives

Write ill of the dead? Obits rarely cross that taboo as they look for the positive in people's lives

Obituary writers face a quandary: What should be highlighted, softened or even ignored?
Johnson & Johnson delays shot rollout in Europe

Johnson & Johnson delays shot rollout in Europe

Delay to probe into rare blood clots
Police: Officer wounded, 1 dead in Tennessee school shooting

Police: Officer wounded, 1 dead in Tennessee school shooting

No other persons were killed or wounded, police said
Expanded SNAP benefits helping students during COVID

Expanded SNAP benefits helping students during COVID

Thousands of low-income college students in Colorado now have an easier path to food assistance during the pandemic
After Clean Water Act setback, state to ask lawmakers for new authority

After Clean Water Act setback, state to ask lawmakers for new authority

The CDPHE is holding work group sessions and seeking public comment on a proposed bill that is likely to be introduced in the next two weeks