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More cows are getting avian flu in Colorado. Officials are trying to stop it from spreading to humans

Colorado is seeing a rising number of highly pathogenic avian flu cases in cows. State officials told CPR Friday they’re working with the dairy industry to curb the spread. The first case in...

Report details Indigenous treatment in Colorado and recommends how to restore rights

A report released Friday aims to quantify the historic loss of life, land and precious resources for 10 Native nations historically in Colorado, and asks the state to help “mend all that has...

Report finds Colorado was built on $1.7 trillion of land expropriated from tribal nations

Report details the ways the land was legally and illegally taken

Colorado guarantees free access to period products for middle and high school students

Colorado is the 20th state to provide free period products Gov. Jared Polis on June 5 signed House Bill 1164, which will require Colorado schools to provide free period products to female mi...

Lauren Boebert has massive lead in Republican primary, poll shows

40% of those polled said they would vote for the congresswoman on June 25

One man dead, one missing after a rafting accident in Upper Colorado River

Searchers say neither the 56-year-old man who drowned nor the missing 61-year-old man were wearing PFDs in the second fatal whitewater accident of the 2024 season

Colorado voters could be blocked from implementing ranked choice voting

Colorado may decide in November whether to move the state’s elections to a ranked choice voting system. However, a recent move by the state legislature could block or delay that change, even...

2 years of college covered for Colorado students under new law

Colorado college students can get the first two years of their education covered by the state under a new law signed by Gov. Jared Polis on Thursday. House Bill 24-1340 creates a refundable ...

‘People like to make an example’: Wolf advocate says lobbying accusations are part of political war

A complaint against an environmental advocate is moving forward after Colorado officials said they found evidence of a lobbying violation involving a bill about the reintroduction of gray wo...

Lawmakers address health care, tribal protections during end-of-session review in Durango

Rep. Barbara McLachlan and Sen. Cleave Simpson drop by library for Q&A with residents

A youth corps will deploy in Colorado this fall to help teens struggling with mental health

Colorado is joining 10 other states to launch the nation’s first corps of young people to help teenagers access critical mental health resources. Hundreds of Corps members will be deployed i...

Federal land managers are planning Colorado’s next wild horse roundup, ignoring pleas to stop using a helicopter

The BLM’s management plan for the Little Book Cliffs near Palisade calls for removing about 100 horses with a helicopter roundup