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Gardner claims enough of Mueller Report has been released, but Dems want more

Gardner claims enough of Mueller Report has been released, but Dems want more

Colorado Republican Sen. Cory Gardner, in a series of tweets on Thursday, asked Congress to “move forward” in the wake of the publicly released but heavily redacted report by special…

Woman ‘infatuated’ with Columbine prompts Eagle County Schools lockout

Woman ‘infatuated’ with Columbine prompts Eagle County Schools lockout

Editor’s note: At 11 a.m., the FBI says “there is no longer a threat to the community” after Sol Pais was reportedly found dead near Mount Evans. Eagle County Schools…

Roberts drops his final bill of session, looking to ease affordable housing crunch

Roberts drops his final bill of session, looking to ease affordable housing crunch

State Rep. Dylan Roberts late Friday introduced his final bill of the current session that ends on Friday, May 3 – legislation aimed at expanding the supply of desperately needed…

Eagle County Sheriff Van Beek opposes red flag law signed by Gov. Polis

Eagle County Sheriff Van Beek opposes red flag law signed by Gov. Polis

Eagle County Sheriff James Van Beek on Friday issued a lengthy statement opposing the Extreme Risk Protection Order law — also known as the Red Flag bill — that was…

As snow pounds Vail, local state senator touts passage of passenger vehicle traction law

As snow pounds Vail, local state senator touts passage of passenger vehicle traction law

With 3 inches of new snow on Vail Mountain overnight, a closure already atop Vail Pass on I-70, and steady snow coming down Wednesday morning, Colorado Senate Democrats chose a…

Colorado Legislature moves ahead on prescription drug transparency, reinsurance

Colorado Legislature moves ahead on prescription drug transparency, reinsurance

The Colorado Legislature continues to make moves to chip away at the ridiculously high cost of health care and health insurance on Colorado’s Western Slope, advancing a bill to create…

Roberts’ law looks to make mining companies pay for future toxic disasters

Roberts’ law looks to make mining companies pay for future toxic disasters

RealVail.com over the years has delved deeply into the lasting impacts of hard-rock mining in and around Colorado’s mountain-resort communities, including the EPA Superfund site near the headwaters of the…

Growing Ski Town Caucus comes out swinging on climate change issues

Growing Ski Town Caucus comes out swinging on climate change issues

Whether it’s Vail native Mike Johnston running for U.S. Senate with combating climate change as a key campaign plank or former Summit County commissioner and now head of the Colorado…

At CORE Act hearing, Tipton, Neguse clearly at odds over how best to manage Colorado’s public lands

At CORE Act hearing, Tipton, Neguse clearly at odds over how best to manage Colorado’s public lands

Eagle County is split over two congressional districts with two representatives – Democrat Joe Neguse (CD2) and Republican Scott Tipton (CD3) — who have dramatically different ideas about how public…

Johnston sets fundraising record for a single quarter with $1.8 million

Johnston sets fundraising record for a single quarter with $1.8 million

Vail native and now Denver resident Mike Johnston, who says he’s not accepting any donations from political action committees, set a new record for of $1.8 million for the first…