Saja Hindi, The Denver Post

Saja Hindi

The Denver Post

Fort Collins, CO, United States

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Recent articles by Saja:

Judge dismisses lawsuit seeking to invalidate Amendment 78 on Colorado ballot

A Denver District Court judge dismissed a lawsuit Thursday that sought to revoke the conservative-backed Amendment 78 from the Nov. 2 ballot or invalidate the votes cast on that question. → Read More

Fire in northeast El Paso County 90% contained Saturday, with smoke still visible

The Birdseye fire in northeast El Paso County outside of Colorado Springs remained at 21.6 acres as of Saturday morning, according to the El Paso County Sheriff's Office. → Read More

Salmonella outbreak tied to seafood from Denver-based company leaves 82 Coloradans in 14 counties ill

A salmonella outbreak connected to seafood that Denver-based Northeast Seafood Products, Inc., processed or manufactured has made at least 82 Coloradans in 14 counties ill. → Read More

Denver American Indian Festival attracts thousands with goal of keeping culture, tradition alive

People who attended in the 8th annual Denver American Indian Festival connected with other American Indian people and educated those who were willing to listen. → Read More

Denver weather: Sunny skies and high temps with elevated fire danger expected

Another day of high temperatures and elevated fire danger is forecast for the Denver area on Sunday and into Monday. → Read More

“9/11 changed everything forever”: Colorado Muslims reflect on 20 years of bias

Sept. 11 thrust a spotlight on Muslims in the U.S., but it also spurred Muslim communities in Colorado to take back their own narratives and combat hostility. They're still doing that outreach today. → Read More

Denver weather: Hot, dry and smoky conditions lead to bad air quality

Another hot, dry and smoky day is forecast on Wednesday for the Denver metro and surrounding areas, creating unhealthy weather conditions for sensitive groups. → Read More

169 Colorado laws went into effect Tuesday. A state parks pass with your vehicle registration is one of them.

One of the 169 new Colorado laws as of Tuesday automatically tacks on a discounted state parks pass to vehicle registrations unless a resident opts out. → Read More

For Colorado's Afghan community, Taliban control brings evokes new fears and painful memories

Those who have made it to the U.S. and Colorado are worried about family members who remain in Afghanistan, where the Taliban has regained control. → Read More

Colorado governor repeals state proclamation to kill Native Americans

Dozens of Native American and Indigenous people from Colorado and Oklahoma, some dressed in traditional clothing, gathered to celebrate the repeal of two 157-year-old proclamations by former Territ… → Read More

Colorado governor repeals state proclamation to kill Native Americans

Dozens of Native American and Indigenous people from Colorado and Oklahoma, some dressed in traditional clothing, gathered to celebrate the repeal of two 157-year-old proclamations by former Territ… → Read More

Former Colorado Gov. Dick Lamm dies at 85

Former Colorado Gov. Dick Lamm served three terms from 1975 to 1987. He also campaigned against bringing the Olympics to Colorado twice, and held hardline views on immigration. → Read More

Former three-term Colorado Gov. Dick Lamm dies at 85

Former Colorado Gov. Dick Lamm held office from 1975 to 1987. He also campaigned against bringing the Olympics to Colorado twice, and later took a hardline stance on immigration. → Read More

I-70 in Glenwood Canyon closed overnight due to debris flows from wildfire burn areas

Wildfire burn zones leading to flooding or the potential for it have caused road closures along Interstate 70 on Thursday, including through Glenwood Canyon. → Read More

Sloan’s Lake closed because of increase in potentially deadly algae

Sloan's Lake is closed to visitors because of an increase in blue-green algae bloom, city officials said Thursday. → Read More

Colorado’s new laws look to reduce maternal deaths, improve racial disparities

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis signed three laws to address inequities in the treatment of pregnant people and reduce preventable maternal deaths. → Read More

Colorado’s pandemic state of emergency is over, governor says

Gov. Jared Polis lifted the state’s emergency declaration on Thursday, as well as all pandemic-related executive orders. → Read More

The Spot: Free tampons, menstrual products coming to Colorado K-12 school bathrooms

Talking about periods and menstrual products is still often taboo. To battle that stigma and address inadequate access to menstrual hygiene products (aka period poverty), Colorado will give students access to free products in K-12 public school bathrooms. → Read More

New data privacy law lets Coloradans choose whether companies can collect information

Colorado internet users will be able to opt out of having companies collect their data when visiting websites. → Read More

Colorado will provide birth control, reproductive care for immigrants without documentation

A new state program will help immigrants who are in the U.S. without legal permission to get access to more affordable -- or even free -- birth control and other reproductive care. → Read More