A federal court judge’s ruling finding that Colorado’s sex-offender registry violated the Constitutional rights of three sex offenders who sued could change the way the public gets access to the list.
The Craig Press filed an open records request for more information regarding the forced retirement of former Craig Chief of Police Walt Vanatta earlier this month. Vanatta served as chief for 19 years.
The Platte Canyon school board voted Aug. 14 to increase the school district’s processing fees for Colorado Open Records Act requests to the state-allowed maximum of $30 an hour for research and retrieval after the first hour. The move stems from what district officials and board members called abuse of the state open records law.
The Larimer County District Attorney’s Office has declined a request for more information about the case of a Greeley municipal judge accused of official misconduct.
At a time when the president refuses to correct his own obvious falsehoods, Colorado State Rep. Susan Lontine (D-Denver) should be considered a hero for deleting a fake news item that she shared on Facebook earlier this month―and taking public responsibility for the mistake.
Less than a week after The Tribune published a story documenting a number of phone calls between Sean Conway and a couple members of the county’s oversight board under questionable circumstances, Conway responded with his best Hillary Clinton impersonation. Without much explanation, he began using a private email account and phone number to conduct public business, instead of the taxpayer-funded communications lines his colleagues use.
We disagree with Hickenlooper’s assessment that it would be too risky to make public detailed maps of oil and gas transmission, flowline and gathering pipelines. We think this is useful public data that should be available on a statewide basis not only for homeowners and homebuyers to access, but also for researchers and journalists and local jurisdictions to study and analyze.
Just days after The Tribune detailed hundreds of phone calls between Weld County Commissioner Sean Conway and members of a county oversight board, Conway is asking residents to contact him via a private phone and email address.
The state of Colorado is starting to name companies that steal wages from their employees, ending decades of businesses being able to shield their identities under claims of trade secret protections.
Weld County Commissioner Sean Conway has again referenced his intention to sue the county amid an internal dispute over his decision to use a private email address for official business.