The KBUT Newscast is daily roundup of local, regional and statewide news. We post the newscast to our website every week day.
Colorado voters have decided to bring back a wild animal that was eradicated from the state in the 1940s because of the threats it posed to livestock and ranchers’ livelihoods.
We talk with Havlick about how CBAC is preparing for the anticipated new wave of backcountry users headed to Crested Butte.
Republican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner and former Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper spent more than three hours together in recent weeks trading attacks and making their pitches to voters. If you didn’t watch all three of their debates, here are some of the main takeaways to catch up on.
Democrats at the state Capitol have tried for several years to create a paid family and medical leave program, but concerns from small businesses and Gov. Jared Polis have kept it from becoming law.
Now the political battle is moving from the state Capitol to the ballot box, where voters will have the final say.
State Rep. Jeni Arndt joined a very exclusive club in the world of Colorado politics last year when one of her bills became so controversial, it triggered the first statewide referendum since 1932.