Trial delayed for anti-gang activist accused of...01/27/15
Terrance Roberts, the former gang leader turned anti-violence activist, is accused of shooting Hassan Jones five times at a peace rally in...
Mountain bike champ Rebecca Rusch takes no pain, no gain to extremes
In her memoir "Rusch to Glory," the endurance racer and four-time Leadville 100 winner recounts her most memorable adventures.
In The Unquiet Dead, human rights lawyer Ausma Zehanat Khan pens a...
As part of our Colorado Matters at the Tattered series, she speaks about blending elements of a traditional whodunit with her expertise on...
Weekend Arts Roundup: Month of Photography, a food and theater pairing...
This weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include a biennial celebration of fine art photography in Denver and a food, cocktail and...
Colorado poverty legislation follows party lines, for the most part
As lawmakers get ready to debate Democratic bills aimed at aiding the poor, Republicans argue that growing the economy is the key to...
If found not guilty, Aurora shooters new home will be state mental...
Jury selection for the trial of James Holmes starts today. If found guilty, he could either get the death penalty, a long prison sentence,...
Can medical marijuana reduce epilepsy in kids?
Researchers will use state funds to try to settle a long-running debate about whether pot helps reduces epileptic seizures in children.
Home to poets and musicians, Paris on the Platte closes
"Au revoir," coffeehouse tells customers after 28 years in surprise closure.
Bull riding increasingly dangerous, says world champ bull rider Kody...
Why today's bulls buck harder, jump higher, and twist and turn more than ever before.
CDOT's new I-70 czar takes on weekend congestion
As skiers head to the slopes for the Martin Luther King holiday, the state hopes a new management strategy will keep traffic moving.
For transgender teens, the question of what to wear can be a tough one
When fashion is so divided into male and female trends, deciding what to wear can put a lot of pressure on transgender teenagers.
Weekend Arts Roundup: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day events
This weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include MLK Day events and more.
Captivating new short stories from Ouray author Kent Nelson
"The Spirit Bird" is filled with colorful characters of the human — and avian — variety.
Worlds best alpine skiers ready to compete in the Vail Valley
The Vail Valley could a $120-million boost when the FIS World Alpine Ski Championships begin next month.
Women say laughing gas takes edge off labor
Women giving birth at the University of Colorado Hospital can now opt for nitrous oxide instead of epidurals or medication to reduce labor...
Head of NAACP in Colorado Springs reluctant to speculate about bombing
Henry Allen, Jr., says he wants to let the FBI investigation run its course but would "hate to think we were targeted."
Broncos look like Peyton Mannings last Super Bowl-winning team
The Denver Broncos start the playoffs Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts at home.
Boulder band Blackbird and The Storm uses nature sounds for new album
The melodies and rhythms of birdsong are both inspiration and instrumentation for Blackbird and The Storm's latest project.
Bill to assess Indian-themed school mascots to hit Colorado Legislature
A Colorado lawmaker is proposing the state set up a commission of American Indians to judge whether school nicknames are offensive.
Author tells bittersweet tale of spreading wife's ashes in the Rockies
When Gary Ferguson's wife, Jane, died in a canoeing accident, he was compelled to spread her ashes in her five favorite wild places.
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