Coloradans face choice: tax refund or pay for services,...12/18/14
CPR's regular interview with Gov. John Hickenlooper covered TABOR refunds, how to make housing more affordable and "disappointing" news...
Rocky Mountain Institute merging with Richard Bransons climate nonprofit
The 30-year-old RMI, based in Pitkin County, and Branson's group, Carbon War Room, both focus on combating climate change through market...
Colorado Matters at The Tattered: Straight talk from former ambassador...
Ambassador Christopher Hill's new book, "Outpost," tells the story of American diplomacy on the front lines.
A year after Arapahoe shooting, former student calls for more...
Brett Stewart was in school the day his classmate opened fire. Now he wants to start a dialogue about whether the shooting could have been...
Colorado poised to fund study of marijuana for veterans with PTSD
The state is preparing to give away millions of dollars in grants for medical marijuana research, including to study whether marijuana...
Colorado water plans big hurdle: uniting Western Slope, Front Range
Amid fiercer competition for scarce water supplies, Colorado attempts to create a plan for the future.
Colorado poised to face future water shortages
Expert: Colorado is "taking so much water out of aquifers, rivers and streams that it puts us at risk of running out."
Loud & Clear: Listeners react to coverage of 'death with dignity'...
"Colorado Matters" listeners chimed in to share their thoughts about whether those with terminal illnesses have a right to get help ending...
Report: Colorado job growth to continue, but below 2014 levels
The 2015 Business Economic Outlook shows signs of promise for areas of the state still recovering from the recession and explains why DIA...
Denver booksellers offer suggestions for holiday gifts
Two booksellers offer their recommendations for the best books to give as gifts this holiday season — or to keep for yourself.
Colorado physician-assisted death bill supporters, opponents sound off
Some Colorado lawmakers want to give people like Charles Selsberg more options, but opponents say legalizing suicide is dangerous.
Rape kits scarce on college campuses
At a time when colleges face allegations that they're not doing enough to respond to sexual assaults, one investigation finds many don't...
Rocks icons, through the lens of a Denver photographer
From Mick Jagger to Keith Moon, Denver's Dan Fong captured rock icons in their prime — even when he wasn't supposed to be shooting. A...
Photos: Refugees who land in Colo. share their stories through pictures
Images from photographic storytelling program's latest project are currently on display at the Colorado Photographic Arts Center.
Parents, kids need to talk about race, Colorado expert says
Research shows parents are more likely to pretend they are "colorblind," which can hurt them and their kids.
On new album, Denver jazz cornetist Ron Miles draws inspiration from...
"Circuit Rider," the new album from the Denver-based jazz musician features guitarist Bill Frisell and drummer Brian Blade.
Colorado teen struggles to navigate her black and white identities
April Edwards says her parents didn't talk about race at home. Now she's taking it on at home and at school.
Colorado center helps Native American war veterans heal wounded hearts
Native American troops who faced combat get help from a CU public health center via teleconferences, and from their traditional ceremonies.
Colorado Matters at The Tattered: The best of Colorado cuisine in your...
Chef Kelly Whitaker from Boulder's Basta, chef Dana Rodriguez of Denver's Work & Class, and 5280's food editor talk about the magazine'...
Skipping the turkey: A Thanksgiving feast for vegans
No Turkey, no butter, not even whipped cream. A vegan Thanksgiving dinner that still tastes like a dream.
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