A new Larimer County mask mandate requiring masks in all public indoor spaces will go into effect Wednesday at noon. The mandate, announced last Friday, is an attempt to slow rapidly increasing case numbers of COVID-19 and the Delta variant.
This year marks the 44th Denver Film Festival and the big change from last year is that it will take place in person. Tickets for the festival, which runs from Nov. 3 through Nov. 14, are already on sale. And so far, KUNC film critic Howie Movshovitz can recommend two films.
Drought in the West took a national stage as water leaders from seven states and two tribes testified in the U.S. House. They pushed for collaboration as supplies dwindle.
Sitting in front of a large computer monitor in the back of a Pilatus PC-12 airplane parked at the Centennial Airport, firefighter Adam Hanson says his work feels more important this year than it ever has before.
The Times-Call reports the postal worker, whose name has not been released, was shot in front of a group of neighborhood mailboxes in southwest Longmont on Wednesday afternoon.
Wednesday is National Fossil Day. The National Park Service has recognized this annual fossil celebration since 2010. This year, parts of Northern Colorado are joining the party for the first time. They are inspired by Pops the triceratops, who has been the official fossil of Weld County since the mid-1980s.
KUNC and the Mountain West News Bureau take an in-depth look at how an untold history of exclusion and racism in Western sundown towns haunts the region and affects residents of color today.
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A Pew Research analysis of census data shows that growth in U.S. households during the last decade slowed to its lowest pace in history.
Indian Country Today collaborated with the Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health to provide comprehensive data and maps to the public.
Many institutions acknowledge that land they've built upon once belonged to Native peoples, but experts say some well-intentioned statements can actually do harm.
A coalition that includes the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe is calling on the federal government to declare an area in Nevada the Avi Kwa Ame National Monument.
Many American towns and metropolises have initiated unions with international locales – “sister cities,” where citizens travel to each others' hometowns and build cultural bridges. Rarely have local leaders considered such an arrangement with tribal nations, until now.
Our new podcast, The Colorado Dream: Career Education, examines how a small metro Denver school district is playing a greater role in training tomorrow's workforce.
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