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Women in politics: Shattering glass ceiling more about numbers than voter sexism

Women in politics: Shattering glass ceiling more about numbers than voter sexism

Experts who study women in politics say the lack of female representation in the White House and Congress is not necessarily a function of voter sexism, but instead can be…

Slow start to 2016-17 ski season as warm, dry weather persists through next week

Slow start to 2016-17 ski season as warm, dry weather persists through next week

A second Colorado ski area opens today as Loveland finally joins Arapahoe Basin despite the ongoing dry, warm weather and lack of natural snow in Colorado’s high country. Loveland Ski…

Bitter and divisive election ends today amid allegations of GOP voter obstruction

Bitter and divisive election ends today amid allegations of GOP voter obstruction

One of the most bitter and divisive elections in modern American history comes to a head today, with fears of nationwide polling-place violence looming and allegations of voter obstruction being…

Public lands debate reaches fever pitch in hotly contested 3rd Congressional District race

Public lands debate reaches fever pitch in hotly contested 3rd Congressional District race

The race for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District seat encompassing most of the state’s Western Slope has become somewhat of a one-issue campaign for both incumbent Republican Scott Tipton of Cortez…

Schwartz decries Tipton immigration stance, linking ‘extreme’ views to Trump

Schwartz decries Tipton immigration stance, linking ‘extreme’ views to Trump

During his six years in Congress, Republican Rep. Scott Tipton has steadfastly opposed a path to citizenship for immigrants illegally living and working in the United States, and now Democratic…

Arapahoe Basin set to open for the season on Friday; Loveland still waiting

Arapahoe Basin set to open for the season on Friday; Loveland still waiting

After another small dose of winter weather on Tuesday night, Arapahoe Basin ski area on Colorado’s Continental Divide announced on Wednesday that it will open for the 2016-17 ski season…

Warm temps, wind make for slow start to ski season, tough firefighting conditions

Warm temps, wind make for slow start to ski season, tough firefighting conditions

Warm, windy weather was hampering firefighting efforts between Aspen and Vail on Monday and limiting snowmaking at ski resorts like Loveland and Arapahoe Basin that are trying to crank up…

Sanders to stump for ColoradoCare in Boulder as Trump targets voters in GOP-leaning cities

Sanders to stump for ColoradoCare in Boulder as Trump targets voters in GOP-leaning cities

Colorado is clearly still in the cross hairs of the presidential race, with former Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders rallying for Hillary Clinton in Denver today and ColoradoCare Amendment 69 in…

Schwartz turns up heat on Tipton for his continued support of Trump

Schwartz turns up heat on Tipton for his continued support of Trump

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is coming back to Colorado on Tuesday – including a stop in 3rd Congressional District GOP stronghold Grand Junction – and Democrats like CD3 challenger…

Menconi disrupts Senate debate; Cacioppo hit with campaign-finance complaint

Menconi disrupts Senate debate; Cacioppo hit with campaign-finance complaint

Eagle County, Colorado, home to Vail and Beaver Creek ski areas, is getting a reputation as a high-country incubator of somewhat unconventional politicians seeking higher state and federal offices. The…