Mike McKibbinMike McKibbinApril 24, 20176min322

Remember those so-called "Hamilton Electors?" Of course you do. They were four of the nine Colorado Democratic electors who joined a national movement to try to thwart Donald Trump's election through the Electoral College process. The plan was to get enough electors nationwide to band together and vote for an alternate candidate, keeping Trump from the White House.

Joey BunchJoey BunchFebruary 10, 20173min264
Colorado cows might soon be into edibles. Sort of. State Sen. Kerry Donovan, D-Vail, has momentum behind her proposal for the state to explore industrial-grade hemp for livestock and animal feed. “Currently, it is illegal to sell animal feed that is deemed adulterated,” Senate Bill 109 states. “The bill clarifies that the use of industrial […]

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Associated PressAssociated PressJanuary 11, 20176min462

An avalanche swept across a Colorado highway that is a key route to the popular Vail ski resort, blocking access for some skiers heading to the mountain and trapping three commercial trucks, authorities said Tuesday. No one was injured when the avalanche dumped up to 15 feet of snow onto Interstate 70 at Vail Pass overnight, said Mike Lewis, deputy director of the Colorado Department of Transportation. It also swept down a tangle of trees and rocks in its path, but the highway has since reopened.


David O. WilliamsDavid O. WilliamsAugust 29, 201611min412

Colorado Democrats say Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump can soften his anti-Mexico stance all he wants but the economic damage has already been done in key tourism markets like Vail that rely heavily on year-round Latin American visitors. Representatives of Trump for Colorado counter that Democrats are engaged in fear-mongering in order to get Hillary Clinton elected president and that Trump will continue to pivot away from his primary-season rhetoric about Mexica


Kara MasonKara MasonFebruary 17, 20168min349
Sen. Kerry Donovan, D-Vail, represents SD-5, one of the state’s most competitive districts. It’s a rural mountain part of the state, home to sometimes hard-pressed mining and drilling towns, but also to global vacation destinations such as Aspen and Vail. It’s a narrowly divided Republican-Democratic district in terms of voter registration, and she won her […]

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