- The official launch of a massive solar array that will power the steel mill in Pueblo was held Wednesday on top of a hill with a view that framed the array, mill and power station connecting the two.
- In early 2018, Huerfano County was the first governmental body in Colorado to sue several “big pharma” companies for their role in fueling an opioid crisis which continues to leave the nation reeling.
- Colorado was starting to get a handle on helping the most mentally ill people in jail — then the pandemic hit.
- The fifth wave of the coronavirus pandemic is climbing to levels not seen since the beginning of 2021, just as colder weather, which will drive more people indoors, is around the corner.
- The state's Independent Legislative Redistricting Commission agreed to final House and Senate maps ahead of a Tuesday midnight deadline. Now they go to the state Supreme Court to ensure they meet constitutional criteria.
- Statewide, it was the third-warmest September in Colorado’s history, tying with September 1998.
- The Colorado Springs Philharmonic and the Pikes Peak Musicians Association struck a new three-year contract that will bring professional orchestral music back to the region.
- 2021 is an off-year election, which means no marque political races and only a limited number of statewide ballot measures. But there are still several important issues Colorado voters are being asked to weigh in on together, in addition to numerous local issues depending on where you live in the state.
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