Denver author and journalist Ed Sealover says a bond exists between history, hiking and drinking in Colorado. If you want to find the "soul of Colorado," it'll be outside the "cookie-cutter restaurants and strip malls."
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Grandin, a famed professor of animal science at CSU, reflects on her work to improve the treatment of animals at slaughterhouses.
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Centennial, Colorado, author Neil Hanson pedaled 3,400 miles across the country, taking the pulse of America -- and of himself.
With the possibility of cuts to federal housing programs looming, a new approach to address homelessness and affordable housing in metro Denver starts to take shape.
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Rep. Mike Coffman, a Republican, and Sen. Michael Bennet, a Democrat have introduced separate measures to help troops pushed out of the military without health benefits.