The Foilies 2022

Recognizing the year’s worst in government transparency

Library district, fancy fire station, and more

What happened at Tuesday’s City Council meeting?

Brittle cities

As fire and inequality hammer the Front Range, affordable housing might be region’s best bet at resilience

ConocoPhillips vs. Redtail Ridge

The development of “Colorado’s best land site” is being put to Louisville voters, and it’s a contentious choice between plans

“Get out of Boulder”

How potentially unconstitutional anti-homeless policies and a weak social safety net perpetuate cycles of homelessness

Crime is (maybe, kinda, sorta) up, the new fire station is...

Crime is (maybe, kinda, sorta) up, the new fire station is a go, and affordable housing is on the way

The victim penalty

By her own account, Kristin Vietti is stubborn—for the last 13 years, she’s refused to pay the University of Colorado Boulder (CU) the thousands...

News briefs 2/17

New eviction report and first-in-the-nation electric compost truck

Digging for the Truth

Tensions between Nederland and a mysterious mining company have escalated since the state ordered the mine to cease and desist

Top of the thrift chain

Resellers and digitization are changing the local secondhand ecosystem—for better or for worse, and for whom?

News Briefs 2/3

City council approves Joint Terrorism Task Force, formalizing BPD's relationship with the FBI

Waiting for the clean up

The County has a plan for debris removal after the Marshall Fire, but some residents have concern