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Can sports gambling solve Colorado’s water woes?

Can sports gambling solve Colorado’s water woes?

Editor’s note: A version of this story first appeared in the Vail Daily on June 2. Colorado voters in November will go to the polls with a chance to quite…

In wake of Mueller statement, Neguse calls for Trump impeachment inquiry

In wake of Mueller statement, Neguse calls for Trump impeachment inquiry

The Democratic congressmen representing Vail in Colorado’s 2nd Congressional District have a history of calling for the impeachment of President Donald Trump, and that pattern continued Wednesday with Rep. Joe…

Bennet, Gardner battle to bring down drugs prices but differ on rebate rule

Bennet, Gardner battle to bring down drugs prices but differ on rebate rule

Editor’s note: A version of this story first ran in the Vail Daily on May 20, 2019. Colorado Sens. Cory Gardner and Michael Bennet are setting partisanship aside and battling…

Mitsch Bush, exploring taking on Tipton again, weighs in on abortion tweet

Mitsch Bush, exploring taking on Tipton again, weighs in on abortion tweet

Former Eagle County state Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush, a Steamboat Springs Democrat, is exploring running again for Colorado’s 3rd U.S. Congressional District seat held by Republican Scott Tipton since 2011.…

Tipton tweets then deletes meme mocking women over abortion ban

Tipton tweets then deletes meme mocking women over abortion ban

Editor’s note: This post was updated at 3:10 p.m. MT, Monday to include a comment from a Tipton spokesman: Republican U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, the congressman who represents the western…

Automakers urge voluntary plan as Colorado pushes forward on electric vehicles

Automakers urge voluntary plan as Colorado pushes forward on electric vehicles

As Colorado moves forward with its plans to adopt a Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) standard to reduce smog and combat climate change, a coalition of automakers, petroleum interests and business…

Walgreens reaches out to cancer patients with Feel More Like You program

Walgreens reaches out to cancer patients with Feel More Like You program

Walgreens recently launched its groundbreaking new Feel More Like You program for cancer patients in 100 of its Colorado stores, including the location at 15 Sun Road in Avon. The…

Douglas County, site of latest school shooting, at epicenter of Colorado’s red flag recall debate

Douglas County, site of latest school shooting, at epicenter of Colorado’s red flag recall debate

On the same day as yet another deadly Colorado school shooting Tuesday, RealVail.com’s front-page story in the Vail Daily reported on efforts by Republicans and gun-rights groups to recall Democrats…

Affordable housing bills make it across finish line as legislature ends frenetic session

Affordable housing bills make it across finish line as legislature ends frenetic session

Two bills aimed at funding affordable housing in Colorado made it to the finish line as the Colorado Legislature wrapped up its session on Friday, May 3. “I think it’s…

Colorado Senate narrowly passes Climate Action Plan

Colorado Senate narrowly passes Climate Action Plan

The Colorado Senate on Wednesday passed the Climate Action Plan to Reduce Pollution, or HB 1261, that codifies into law a 2017 executive order by former Gov. John Hickenlooper seeking…