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Since its launch in 2022, an average of three people a day have signed up to get Colorado’s invisible disabilities logo on their state IDs

An average of three people every business day have signed up for the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles’ invisible disability identifier logo program since it began last year. In July 2022,...

The history behind the Colorado Christmas tree lit by JFK, and how it was almost lost

More than 30 years after the fact, a tenacious forest service worker scoured Poncha Pass to reclaim and honor the famous stump

Expect a messy compromise on the future of the Colorado River, negotiators say in Las Vegas

Representatives from each of the seven Colorado River Basin states said a long-term fix will likely be flawed and judged harshly by history

Shopping local for the holidays: This year’s season breaks records

National holiday spending predicted to hit more than $950 billion between November and December; Durango BID’s Holiday Rewards Program records $172,000 in local sales

A sip of McCardell’s Private Reserve

Durango Craft Spirits releases limited small-batch single malt whiskey

Congress passes annual defense bill in bipartisan vote that split Colorado delegation

Congress passed the annual defense policy bill Thursday morning with strong bipartisan votes in both chambers. The compromise measure left out many divisive culture war issues pushed by hard...

State government officials set to visit Mancos to learn more about the district

The board will have the opportunity to present the officials with priorities for the upcoming legislative session

Colorado pitches even more “intensity” caps on oil and gas to help fight ozone

Environmental groups hit air regulators’ plan for no enforcement, too much wiggle room

Colorado educators call for change of a system ‘on the brink of crisis’

Years of school underfunding, an accountability system that erodes trust in educators, rising mental health issues in youth, and school violence are all playing into critical staffing shorta...

Colorado ranchers launch last-ditch effort to block wolves. Here’s how.

Cattlemen and Stockgrowers associations file a lawsuit to try to force federal analysis

A look at what’s top of mind for Colorado voters heading into the election year

A new poll shows that cost of living, crime and public safety, and housing affordability are what worry Coloradans the most

Colorado is ‘well positioned’ for big dollars, says top federal rail official

Colorado’s pro-rail state leaders and its growing population could make it a prime target for big federal rail grants, a top government transportation official said Monday. Federal rail offi...