This could be the year of the electric car. At least that's what people are saying in the Economist, Wired, and on CNN. Are we there yet?
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There's no cure for Lupus, an auto-immune disease. After Rhonda Jackson got her diagnosis in 1994, she had to learn to live it.
John Hickenlooper says his mind is open to public feedback, but thinks Coloradans will agree that a winter Olympic bid would be good for the state.
Here are the 31 members of Team USA from Colorado, their sport and specialty, and the towns and cities they call home.
In Colorado, 67 people under the age of 24 died of opioid overdoses in 2016, the most recent year for which data is available.
For some perspective on all this, we talked to Yuma County Sheriff Chad Day. He's the president of the sheriff's association in the state.
Skating gold medalist Peggy Fleming has been on a Wheaties box. Colorado Springs threw a parade for her. And she now calls Denver home.
Three decades after founding his own theater company, Coleman made the move to Colorado and a multi-million-dollar a year operation.
“One of the important functions enslaved Africans wanted this music to serve was to help them with their quest for freedom,” says DU’s Arthur Jones.