New Year Marks Shuttering Of Free Community NewspaperThe Columbine Courier published its final print edition on Thursday after covering the southern part of the county for nearly three decades because its parent company did not think it could remain viable without making a profit.
'Fake News' Smear Takes Hold Among Politicians At All LevelsOfficials at all levels of government are using the term "fake news" as a weapon against unflattering stories.
Gianforte Apologizes To Reporter For Assault Before ElectionNewly elected U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte of Montana issued an apology letter Wednesday and said he plans to donate money to a journalism advocacy organization as part of a settlement agreement with a reporter he is accused of assaulting.
Restructured Journalism School At CU Granted Full ReaccreditationThe journalism program at the University of Colorado has now come full circle.
Durango Herald Moves To 4-Per-Week Printed EditionsThe Durango Herald announced this week that they will be seriously scaling back the number of printed editions of their newspaper they publish.
Journalists Call JonBenet Murder Story Difficult, HauntingColorado journalists have been covering JonBenet’s murder and the investigation that followed for nearly 20 years now. From the shock of the initial crime through the years of twists and turns that followed, it’s been a trying case for police, the public, and journalists alike.
Dozens Rally Outside The Denver Post In Stand Against Job CutsDozens of people rallied outside The Denver Post building on Friday to take a stand against job cuts at the newspaper.
Denver Post Employees To Protest Job Eliminations PlanSome members of the Denver Post newsroom staff are staging a rally on Friday to protest a new round of planned job eliminations at the newspaper.
Lynn Bartels: Colorado Politics Will Never Be the SameLynn Bartels finishes her legendary political journalism career at The Denver Post this week and Colorado politics will never be the same.
A Statement From CBS4 About Covering The Aurora Theater Shooting TrialThe trial of James Holmes – and how it should be covered – is prompting very strong feelings on all sides.
University Of Colorado Selects Dean For New Media CollegeThe University of Colorado has announced the founding dean for its new College of Media, Communication and Information on the Boulder campus.