Why hot yoga might not burn as many calories as you...07/23/14
As the Bikram yoga craze sweeps the globe, one Colorado researcher finds that practitioners are getting about the same burn as they would...
Top Denver bartender has never worked a day in his life
Sean Kenyon, owner of the Denver speakeasy Williams & Graham, has been named American Bartender of the Year. He says bartending has...
Rancher links rising beef prices to the drought
The drought has ended for much of Colorado, but the U.S. Drought Monitor map shows big red splotches over southeastern parts Colorado,...
Boulder poet draws on harrowing family stories in new collection
Michele Battiste writes about the Hungarian Uprising of 1956 through her family's eyes.
Gay marriage decisions in Colorado stir range of reactions
Colorado's ban on same-sex marriage appears headed for defeat, according to even its legal defender. That means different things to many...
Amid abuse of power allegations, Denver sheriff vows crackdown at jail
Denver Sheriff Gary Wilson's jail is facing 114 internal affairs investigations — quite a few for a department with about 750 officers.
Author of The Descendants releases new book based in Breckenridge
Kaui Hart Hemmings, who wrote "The Descendants" and consulted on the Oscar-winning movie, has a new book called "The Possibilities," and it...
Years after daughter disappeared in Nepal, parents search for answers
Four years after Greeley resident Aubrey Sacco's disappearance while trekking in Nepal, her parents are still searching for her.
How should we interpret bump in Colo. crime rate? We don't know
The latest numbers show Colorado's crime rate is slightly up. But criminologists say it's tough to interpret the crime data.
Teeny-tiny hedgehog roamed Earth 52 million years ago
A Colorado researcher says the fragment of a tiny jawbone found in British Columbia may belong to a hedgehog that was the size of your...
Pueblos Old Bojon Town could become a national historic district
The stories and traditions of the eastern European immigrant steelworkers and their families who lived just north of the mill in Pueblo are...
Why employees are a bad idea
In his new book "Why Employees Are Always a Bad Idea," Chuck Blakeman says businesses need to wake up to the "Participation Age," one where...
Hickenloopers push for fracking compromise runs into roadblocks
The governor is trying to broker a deal to avoid ballot measures restricting drilling. A key interest group signed on amid controversy, but...
CU Denver offering 'gunshot trauma training' classes
About 400 faculty and staff at the University of Colorado Denver's campuses are on a wait list to receive a form of modified combat...
Ten months later, Colorado flood victims still recovering
Two families from Weld County lost everything in last September's floods. We've been following their stories over the past 10 months,...
Denver composer sets Maurice Sendaks Fresh Air interview to music
Composer Nathan Hall used a radio interview as the basis for his new choral piece.
70 years later, mystery of Glenn Millers disappearance may be solved
Big band leader Glenn Miller, one of the University of Colorado's most famous dropouts, was neither a spy nor killed by friendly fire, as...
Doctor advises screening children earlier for celiac disease
A study authored by a Colorado physician finds certain gene combinations put people at risk for the disease and early detection can head...
One sheriff on what its like to enforce Colorados gun magazine limit
Even those not advocating to repeal gun laws say ammunition magazine limits are difficult to enforce.
Top firefighter recalls South Canyon Fire, talks about road ahead
On the 20th anniversary of the South Canyon Fire, Shane Greer, a hotshot then and a leader in the U.S. Forest Service now, speaks about the...
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