Even though taxes aren’t actually due until Monday, a couple hundred Tea Party activists descended on the state capitol Friday to mark the traditional tax filing day with a renewed call for limited government.
Despite the ongoing economic recession squeezing business in the U. S., the craft beer industry is thriving. And that’s turning out to be a good-news-bad news situation for several craft breweries in Colorado.
A five year saga over how to manage roadless National Forest lands in Colorado has taken its latest turn, now that state and federal forest officials have unveiled Colorado’s draft roadless rule. The proposal calls for “upper tier” protections for a half million acres of roadless forests in the state, and less-strong road-building bans on the remaining three and a half million acres. But KUNC’s Kirk Siegler reports the draft rule is not without controversy.
Today regents at the University of Colorado voted to revamp the journalism program on the Boulder campus.
Regents voted 5-4 to close CU's School of Journalism and Mass Communication. It’s a change administrators say is necessary to kick-start a new program for information and communication technology. CU Regent Kyle Hybl cast the tie breaking vote in favor of closing the school.