William Oster

William Oster

William Oster is a reporting intern for Colorado Newsline. He's currently a senior at the University of Colorado Boulder majoring in journalism with a minor in political science. He's also the Managing Editor for the CU Independent, the university's student-led newspaper.

Bill would bar trans women athletes from women’s school teams in Colorado

By: - February 7, 2023

A bill that would ban transgender student athletes from participating in women’s sports is scheduled for a Monday hearing at the Colorado Legislature. House Bill 23-1098, the Women’s Rights in Athletics bill, sponsored by Republican Sen. Byron Pelton of Sterling and Republican Reps. Lisa Frizell of Castle Rock and Brandi Bradley of Littleton, would require […]

New Colorado water reuse rule said to be first of its kind in the country

By: - February 1, 2023

Drinking water standards have been updated by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to improve water reuse regulation for consumption, the first regulation of its kind across the nation, the agency announced last week.

Senators get meeting with defense secretary, push to keep Space Command in Colorado

By: - January 29, 2023

U.S. Sens. Michael Bennet and John Hickenlooper of Colorado have spent the past week looking to rekindle discussions about keeping U.S. Space Command headquarters in the state, as the decision to move it to Alabama has been on hold for the past two years. The senators met with Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Thursday, after […]

Here is who’s running for the open Colorado Springs mayor seat

By: - January 20, 2023

With incumbent Mayor John Suthers term-limited after eight years in office, the city of Colorado Springs is set to hold a general election to elect a new mayor in just three months, on April 4. Five people are officially running to lead the state’s second most-populous city, with two declared, according to the Colorado Springs […]

Superior trustee Kaaoush joins growing list of Democratic candidates for House district in Boulder County

By: - January 19, 2023

Jenn Kaaoush, a member of the town of Superior’s Board of Trustees and a survivor of the Marshall Fire that destroyed over a thousand homes in 2021, announced that she is running for state House District 12. “For the past year, I have been a serious community advocate and lead for the Marshall Fire recovery,” […]