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Checking in with Southwest after it promised a return to near-normal operations

Friday, December 30, 2022

Southwest promised a return to near-normal operations on Friday. NPR checks in at Denver International Airport – a major failure point for the airline.


Clinics that provide abortion services are increasingly worried about security

Tuesday, July 26, 2022

Colorado abortion clinics are seeing a surge in demand as neighboring states ban the procedure. They're also upgrading security amid ongoing threats.


In some places, swarms of drones have replaced Fourth of July fireworks

Monday, July 04, 2022

Traditional Fourth of July fireworks displays are being replaced by large swarms of small drones with colored lights. It reduces wildfire risk, pollution and loud noises.


High gas prices have people in Colorado changing their travel habits

Wednesday, June 15, 2022

Skyrocketing gas prices in Colorado have people changing their spending and commuting habits. The record prices are forcing some to reevaluate summer travel plans.


Supply chain hiccup leaves craft breweries scrambling for aluminum can alternatives

Wednesday, February 23, 2022

The nation's largest aluminum can manufacturer is raising its minimum order size due to soaring demand and supply chain issues. That's leaving small brewers in a lurch.


This Denver Christmas caroling quartet has been singing together for nearly 4 decades

Tuesday, December 21, 2021

The Colorado Caroling Company shares the joy of performing holiday favorites for appreciative audiences.


Colorado HelloFresh workers to vote on unionizing after claims of unsafe conditions

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Workers at HelloFresh in Colorado will vote on unionizing on Oct. 28. They could form the first union in the growing meal kit industry. Workers claim mistreatment during the pandemic.


The Push To Provide Free Attorneys For People Facing Eviction

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Advocates say the number of places that offer free attorneys for people in court for evictions need to be expanded. Bills are pending in eight states, but there are real costs that someone has to pay.


Colorado's Record-Setting Wildfire Season Isn't Slowing Down

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

New wildfires in October are rare in Colorado, but two popped up last weekend near Boulder, causing evacuations and destroying houses. Nearby, the state's largest-ever wildfire continues to grow.


Early Season Snowfall Helps Firefighters Stall Colorado Wildfire

Thursday, September 10, 2020

Temperatures in Colorado on Monday reached above 100 degrees — causing a wildfire to nearly double in size. On Tuesday, it snowed. The fire is not yet out, and safety challenges remain.


New Belgium, A Beloved Brewery, Is Sold To International Conglomerate

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Employee-owned craft brewer New Belgium, maker of Fat Tire, has voted to sell the company to an international beer conglomerate that has a controversial background.


Cleaning Up Abandoned Wells Proves Costly To Gas And Oil Producing States

Friday, September 06, 2019

Abandoned gas and oil wells dot many states. These orphaned sites need to be capped and cleaned up, but doing so is difficult when the responsible companies have gone bankrupt.


Some Answers To Your Questions About California Water Use

Thursday, June 11, 2015

As California endures its fourth year of drought, water restrictions are taking effect across the state. On April 1, Governor Jerry Brown signed an executive order implementing a mandatory 25 percent water cutback in cities and towns across the state from 2013 usage levels. It took effect June 1.

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