Inside the News: Judge & Attorney General Try To Stop Denver Gazette From Publishing a Story. Paper Fights Back.
‘Went about it the way I did’ Update, 5:15 p.m. Friday: The attorney general’s office says it will not appeal a judge’s late-Friday ruling that allows the newspaper to (eventually)
‘Strong news’ The snowpack is melting, rivers are rising, green shoots poke through mulch, and “Springtime in the Rockies” means annual honors for the state’s journalists. Last week, Colorado news
‘Bad precedent’ In the months leading up to a recent local election, The Estes Park Trail-Gazette newspaper urged its readers to vote against two town ballot measures that could affect
A show ‘like they have never seen before’ The Fox affiliate in Denver will debut a new statewide politics TV morning show this weekend called Colorado Point of View. With a bold
‘Completely unprovoked’ A yet-to-be-named TV photojournalist came “face to face” with a crime story he was covering this week, Denver’s CBS affiliate reported. Around noon on March 21, anchor Kelly
‘A community effort’ In recent years, Colorado has become a clear leader in a movement toward more robust local news collaboration. Perhaps nowhere does there exist a more cohesive network of local
‘Media outlets are not the direct beneficiary’ A panel of Colorado lawmakers this week gave preliminary approval to a bill that would offer tax breaks to small businesses that advertise