Gov. Jared Polis has activated Colorado's drought plan to track impacts, save water, coordinate local responses and help hard-hit farmers following a federal assessment that determined that the state is abnormally dry or in drought for the first time in eight years.
NewsThe president of Senegal offered his condolences on Thursday after five people who immigrated to Colorado from the West African country were killed in a suburban Denver house fire that authorities say they suspect was intentionally set.
NewsToday on Colorado Edition: we’ll hear the reaction of an Aurora community member to the appointment of the city’s new police chief. Plus, how Colorado State University’s football team is handling the coronavirus. We’ll also learn about preparations for ski season in the Roaring Fork Valley, and get a preview of the Avalanche’s upcoming season.
EducationWhile K-12 schools work on hybrid learning models for the fall, Colorado’s major universities are creating plans to keep students healthy in on-campus housing.
Mountain West News
Concerts and music festivals around the Mountain West have been canceled due to COVID-19, but not all of them.
NewsMillions of renters nationwide are at risk of eviction, and new data out of Nevada offers a sense of just how urgent the situation is as Congress debates another COVID-19 relief bill.
NewsGrand Teton National Park is asking for the public's help in addressing its non-native mountain goat problem. The park announced Thursday, August 6, it...
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