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OPINION: Gas stoves are gateway appliances to increased natural gas usage

OPINION: Gas stoves are gateway appliances to increased natural gas usage

A professor from Rice University says that getting close to net-zero greenhouse emissions in the U.S. would require everyone switching to electricity, although the majority of Americans currently use natural gas at home
EPA begins process to regulate plane leaded gas, Boulder County shows support

EPA begins process to regulate plane leaded gas, Boulder County shows support

Leaded gas is primarily used by piston-engine aircraft that carry 2-10 passengers
Man sues Denver archdiocese over abuse by convicted priest

Man sues Denver archdiocese over abuse by convicted priest

Verti's lawsuit alleges the archdiocese is at fault because it knew of the risk posed by Evans even before he was ordained a priest in 1993
Colorado’s state-run retirement savings pilot program begins

Colorado’s state-run retirement savings pilot program begins

The SecureSavings Program aims to help residents who don’t have access to a retirement savings plan through their employer.
Natural gas commodity prices drop; residential customer February and March bills lower than originally anticipated

Natural gas commodity prices drop; residential customer February and March bills lower than originally anticipated

The change means residential natural gas customers will pay an average of $17.79 less in February than they would under the company’s currently effective natural gas costs
CSU’s teacher preparation program wins state approval, gets kudos for science of reading shift

CSU’s teacher preparation program wins state approval, gets kudos for science of reading shift

The “science of reading” refers to a large body of research on how children learn to read.  
Gov. Jared Polis promises to fully fund Colorado schools within four years

Gov. Jared Polis promises to fully fund Colorado schools within four years

Something Colorado hasn’t done since the Great Recession
Feds send $930 million to curb 'crisis' of US West wildfires

Feds send $930 million to curb 'crisis' of US West wildfires

The U.S. Forest Service is trying to prevent out-of-control fires that start on public lands
Two Colorado State Patrol vehicles struck within 24 hours

Two Colorado State Patrol vehicles struck within 24 hours

The two separate incidents took place in Douglas County and Adams County
As Seattle schools sue social media companies, legal experts split on potential impact

As Seattle schools sue social media companies, legal experts split on potential impact

Seattle Public Schools alleges that social media companies "exploit the psychology and neurophysiology of their users"