The author's hit mystery series inspired a hit TV show about a flawed, big-hearted sheriff.
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CU researchers found that the "Ferguson Effect" isn't the cause of the uptick in crime last year.
A collection of amorous correspondence from the past on are on display this month.
Colorado scientists would lead the national network, but budget overruns and delays have stymied plans.
Debbie Harrell of Aurora and her husband Miller met when they were just 16. Now they are 49 and 50, and say they are still deeply in love.
A unique photography exhibit on display at the State Capitol this week is trying to raise awareness around hunger.
The summit, which includes four readings of new plays, also features one about finding romance in Antarctica.
The four sites chosen for the 2016 most endangered places list collectively span over 100 years of Colorado's history.
Harris is artist-in-residence at CU Boulder's Department of Theatre and Dance. He presents new work this weekend.