Colorado is on fire again. Last week, four major blazes scorched forests with flames leaping tree to tree during historic drought conditions as the planet warms. Main highways shut down for days. Blazes forced residents to abandon homes, and they threatened fragile natural attractions like Hanging Lake. Apocalyptic images of the state’s fourth largest recorded wildfire Continue Reading
Dear readers, We’re writing to introduce you to our new boss, the Colorado News Collaborative’s (COLab) Executive Director Laura Frank. Laura is a Denver native and award-winning journalist who spent 20 years reporting for newspapers, radio and public television around the country, specializing in investigative reporting and data analysis. We’ve Continue Reading
The coronavirus sickens people of color in Colorado at a higher rate than their representation in the population, according to data released on Aug. 20 by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, bolstering other data nationwide that shows similar findings. Here, Black and Hispanic people have been hospitalized at Continue Reading
Browns Creek Falls, in the San Isabel National Forest south of Buena Vista and across the Arkansas River from Browns Canyon National Monument, is a fun little hike.… Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames.
Back in December 2013, the city of Colorado Springs got word the state was willing to pump $120.5 million of state sales tax into four tourist attractions, collectively dubbed City for Champions.… Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames.